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Just get the 8GBs. The new Asus boards works just as well even when all four dimms are occupied. The second dual channel set doesn't piggy back off the first set anymore.
G.skill ram's have been reputable and reliable.
AX850 is a good choice. Any seasonic variants are good choices. I also like the Antec line.

Thanks for the quick response! I'm looking at G.Skill's ram selection ... is 1600 the standard to get or has people been able to get 1866 or higher to detect. I'm also planning on OCing. I see a lot of G.skill snipers. Is that the best Gskill has to offer?
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Either is fine:

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I have it at 9-9-9-24 now smile.gif

The Sabertooth can handle high frequency sticks with ease.
    
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post #193 of 6915
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I agree about Sujeto. Why complain about nothing he owns, and tell others crap about it.
He's been block.
What SSD do you have?
Stick with the Intel ports.
Intel Z77
2 x SATA 6Gb/s port(s), brown
4 x SATA 3Gb/s port(s), black

Crucial M4 128Gb - Which is really cheap in the UK atm because the new Crucials should be out soon.

Thanks for that info, is it okay to plug the ssd into the brown 6Gb/s and the HD into one of the grey 6Gb/s ports?
Or should I just place the SSD and HD into the Brown port? (I think that you're saying that the Brown ports are the Intel ones)

I did try and watch Linus Tech Tips's YouTube video and for some reason he cut that part of the video.
post #194 of 6915
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Thanks for the quick response! I'm looking at G.Skill's ram selection ... is 1600 the standard to get or has people been able to get 1866 or higher to detect. I'm also planning on OCing. I see a lot of G.skill snipers. Is that the best Gskill has to offer?

Newset offering from G.Skill is Trident X and 2400 MHz is fairly inexpensive compared to the 2600 MHz. Though the new Ivy chips don't detect the 2400 MHz or the 2600 MHz you can force it through the BIOS.
     
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Crucial M4 128Gb - Which is really cheap in the UK atm because the new Crucials should be out soon.
Thanks for that info, is it okay to plug the ssd into the brown 6Gb/s and the HD into one of the grey 6Gb/s ports?
Or should I just place the SSD and HD into the Brown port? (I think that you're saying that the Brown ports are the Intel ones)
I did try and watch Linus Tech Tips's YouTube video and for some reason he cut that part of the video.

All those ports there are Intel Chipset. The 2 brown is sata3, while the black is sata2. Use the Sata3 first with SSD/HDD
No need to SSD cache on the 128GB. Install OS on SSD and Take your most played game and install on the SSD.
    
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may i say that is one hell of a sexy case. Good choice
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All those ports there are Intel Chipset. The 2 brown is sata3, while the black is sata2. Use the Sata3 first with SSD/HDD
No need to SSD cache on the 128GB. Install OS on SSD and Take your most played game and install on the SSD.

Thanks.

Out of curiosity I do understand that ambient temps can cause motherboard temps to rise, but on idle this is mine, is it fine? considering the cpu is cooler.

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Thanks.
Out of curiosity I do understand that ambient temps can cause motherboard temps to rise, but on idle this is mine, is it fine? considering the cpu is cooler.
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Must be cold there
Edited by Abovethelaw - 5/5/12 at 4:49pm
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post #199 of 6915
Hi

I also own a Z77 Sabertooth. Beside my crappy 3770K Ivy-CPU (1.32V for 4.6Ghz) I'm having a weird issue with this board.
I am missing 45MB-Ram. No matter if I try with 1,2,3 or 4 sticks. Its always those 45MB-Ram not showing in Task-Manager.
All onboard-devices are disabled except the LAN.

I've enabled Memory Remap in Bios. With disabled Windows recognizes only about 15000MB Memory.

I'm using Win7 64Bit installed in UEFI-Mode.

My IGPU is not activated altough I couldnt find a "disable" option. I only disabled Standby-Render and Mutimonitor-Support in Bios.
Changing the IGPUs available Memory doesnt help either, besides its 45MB-Ram and not 32,64+ etc.
AIDA64 listens IGPU as deactivated.

Is this happening to anyone else?

My sys:

Intel Core i7 3770K @ 4.6Ghz (to be optimized..)
Asus Z77 Sabertooth
4x4GB Corsair Vengeance 1600CL7 @ 2000Mhz 9-10-9-27 1T
2x Nvidia Geforce GTX680 SLI
Creative X-Fi Titanium HD
Dell U2711 2560x1440
Enermax Platimax 1200W
2x Intel SSD 520 Series 240GB
Silverstone FT02
Noctua NH-D14
post #200 of 6915
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Must be cold there

It's always cold in the UK even in the summer lol
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