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so get the one you listed the Rosewill RCNC-11021 15 ft. Cat 6A Yellow Shielded Twist Pair (STP) Enhanced 550MHz Networking Cable will be fine right? im going to be building a very high end rig for gaming so is that good enough?
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so get the one you listed the Rosewill RCNC-11021 15 ft. Cat 6A Yellow Shielded Twist Pair (STP) Enhanced 550MHz Networking Cable will be fine right? im going to be building a very high end rig for gaming so is that good enough?

It will be fine. They have different lengths and colors available, so search for it on Newegg.
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kk thank you biggrin.gif also what do you guys think on the new ivy bridge i5 3570k over sandy bridge i5 2500k , does anyone know if ivy bridge runs cooler than sandy does it overclock better?
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kk thank you also what do you guys think on the new ivy bridge i5 3570k over sandy bridge i5 2500k , does anyone know if ivy bridge runs cooler than sandy does it overclock better?

Early reviews say SB is easier to OC then IB and it runs cooler. Overall, SB will OC higher on Air and I believe IB will OC higher on Water. These are early reviews though, so keep that in mind.
post #15 of 26
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well idk if a ivy bridge cpu would be better with a gtx 680 with a asus sabertooth z77 mobo, because its meant for all this new tec and these people are mostly reviewing it with p67 chipsets and stuff.
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Z77 was really built for IB and not for SB. Some people have had problems with SB on the new Z77 boards, but it will all work out. The P67 boards work fine, but they don't have PCI-e 3.0. You can still put an IB chip on a Z77 board as long as you have the BIOS updated to allow for their integration.

IB will go on a P67, Z68, or Z77 board. As long as the BIOS is updated. The GTX 680 was built for PCI-e 3.0, but unless you have a board capable of PCI-e 3.0 AND a chip (IB) capable of PCI-e 3.0 you will still get PCI-e 2.0. The GTX 680 will still work wonders on a P67 board at PCI-e 2.0.

This is my understanding of it all.
Edited by Humafold - 4/24/12 at 7:17am
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Z77 was really built for IB and not for SB. Some people have had problems with SB on the new Z77 boards, but it will all work out. The P67 boards work fine, but they don't have PCI-e 3.0. You can still put an IB chip on a Z77 board as long as you have the BIOS updated to allow for their integration.
IB will go on a P67, Z68, or Z77 board. As long as the BIOS is updated. The GTX 680 was built for PCI-e 3.0, but unless you have a board capable of PCI-e 3.0 AND a chip (IB) capable of PCI-e 3.0 you will still get PCI-e 2.0. The GTX 680 will still work wonders on a P67 board at PCI-e 2.0.
This is my understanding of it all.

WRONG! PCIe 3.0 has nothing to do with the chipset. Read my guide below.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1242211/faq-does-my-p67-z68-motherboard-s-support-pci-express-3-0
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post #18 of 26
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WRONG! PCIe 3.0 has nothing to do with the chipset. Read my guide below.

I just looked over your summary.
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* When Sandy Bridge is used with any LGA1155 motherboard, it will always run at PCI Express 2.0. Always.

* When Ivy Bridge is used with motherboard that does not support SLI, it will run at PCI Express 3.0.

* When Ivy Bridge is used with P67/Z68 motherboard that does support SLI, it must says that it supports PCI Express 3.0 and/or Gen3 for it to support PCI Express 3.0. Otherwise it will run at 2.0

I thought this is almost exactly what my above post stated. It definitely doesn't go against this information; or does it? thumb.gif
Edited by Humafold - 4/24/12 at 7:13am
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The P67 boards work fine, but they don't have PCI-e 3.0.

That is what ticked me off. lol smile.gif
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That is what ticked me off. lol

Hmm. I'll edit that part out. I didn't realize that some models do. I was so close! biggrin.gif
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