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post #2021 of 6919
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Originally Posted by CSE HTML Validator View Post

I wrote about my new build in my forum here:
http://www.htmlvalidator.com/CSEForum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=1560
I thought I'd share.biggrin.gif
One thing I do wish I had done is removed the thermal armor... but it doesn't look like it can easily be done without removing the CPU heat sink and video cards and I just don't want to mess with it at this point.
Yes it would be a pain for you at this point .. the screws are on the back of the board.. Nice build:thumb: great pic quality
post #2022 of 6919
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Originally Posted by Saurk66 View Post

Should mention, I got to 4.3GHz just using the Auto-Tune in Ai Suite. First time/noob OCers should start there.

 

Hi, where did you get the Auto-Tune program?  I, too, have a Saber 77 (altho with a 3770k) and I can't find Auto-Tune in my AI Suite?

 

nevermind  whistle.gif.  I read a few posts later and saw your answer.  sorry...


Edited by radar54 - 8/7/12 at 8:00pm
post #2023 of 6919
Hanoverfist,
Your avatar leads me to believe you might be into DAW apps.
Are U...?
post #2024 of 6919
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Originally Posted by chimuelo View Post

Hanoverfist,
Your avatar leads me to believe you might be into DAW apps.
Are U...?
Yep , its another hobby thumb.gif
post #2025 of 6919
So are you maxxed out at 32GB or is 16GBs enough for you..?
I am debating on making the jump but I am so happy with the 23nm Samsung stuff, as I have a 1U, that I'm a little nervous about max RAM.
I'm maxxed on on my i7 4U and I use only 14GBs but noticed in x64 W7 Pro I had to lower the DRAM voltage to a much slower speed.
With the Samsung I am getting better performance for realtime latencies ( 1.3msec Duplexed ) and I only raised the voltage from 1.35v to 1.5v.

But on the other hand I am nervous about 14GBs being so close to the capacity, but so far zero problems, night after night.
What's your thoughts on using Maxxed out DIMMs on non Xeon parts...?

Thanks For Your Advice in advance....
post #2026 of 6919
Would you guys say you are satisfied with Asus customer service? I heard it was horrible, and it makes me wonder if the sabertooth's five year warranty is worth it
post #2027 of 6919
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Originally Posted by UpsideDownAce View Post

Would you guys say you are satisfied with Asus customer service? I heard it was horrible, and it makes me wonder if the sabertooth's five year warranty is worth it

I would use this guy for any support related issues

http://www.overclock.net/t/1281274/new-member-customer-loyalty-team-for-asus#post_17692799
post #2028 of 6919
Thanks for the link!
post #2029 of 6919
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Originally Posted by UpsideDownAce View Post

Thanks for the link!
NP:thumb:
post #2030 of 6919
Not finished yet as still waiting for the Corsair H100 to arrive but its working at least and I cant believe the speed of an SSD compared to my old Sata2 boot drive. Also havent installed all my older drivers yet, placed the HAF psu cover back on or gpu cooler cover back on. Getting there though.


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