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when i know you will know, okay?"
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i have a video review of it up on my youtube channel for a while now, maybe 2 weks or more.


I was patiently waiting for some word of this board and it seems to have been silently released. Do you know why it happened like that, if so, would you mind sharing?

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I would not buy this MB. Once IVY-E comes out new MB will come out.

You must not know that IVY-E will be LGA 2011 and X79 compliant. smile.gif
Edited by MacG32 - 8/26/12 at 12:26pm
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who? i know that Ivy-E will be X79 compliant, but there still will be very little X79 support, as Haswell will be out by then it seems.

As far as I know it isn't launched, but it will show up on newegg sometime. The thing is they don't do big launches for second or third revision boards, like the UP boards are all second series. It should be out soon, I will ask.
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who? i know that Ivy-E will be X79 compliant, but there still will be very little X79 support, as Haswell will be out by then it seems.
As far as I know it isn't launched, but it will show up on newegg sometime. The thing is they don't do big launches for second or third revision boards, like the UP boards are all second series. It should be out soon, I will ask.

I fixed the last post...lol Sorry for the confusion.

It's launched already and mine will be here on Monday from Newegg.

I thought you were a little bit more in the know with the Gigabyte company. It's no problem though.
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Why is there so little interest in this board?

Let me get this straight;


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2 x PCI Express x16 slots, running at x16 (PCIEX16_1, PCIEX16_2)
* For optimum performance, if only one PCI Express graphics card is to be installed,
be sure to install it in the PCIEX16 slot.
2 x PCI Express x16 slots, running at x8 (PCIEX8_1, PCIEX8_2)
* The PCIEX8_2 slot shares bandwidth with the PCIEX16_2 slot. When the
PCIEX8_2 slot is populated, the PCIEX16_2 slot will operate at up to x8 mode.
(All PCI Express x16 slots conform to PCI Express 3.0 standard.)
2 x PCI Express x1 slots
(All PCI Express x1 slots conform to PCI Express 2.0 standard.)

It can run one card at PCI-E x16 plus three cards at PCI-E x8 all off the CPU at the same time? And then another two PCI-E x1 cards off the chipset? All at once without any slots being 'downgraded' to x4 or anything?
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Why is there so little interest in this board?
Let me get this straight;

It can run one card at PCI-E x16 plus three cards at PCI-E x8 all off the CPU at the same time? And then another two PCI-E x1 cards off the chipset? All at once without any slots being 'downgraded' to x4 or anything?
yes you can run all those at the same time, and you can run the 1x slots.

no the CPU has a total of 40x lanes, the PCh has 8x, but only a few of those goto the black 1x slots.
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So can we assume rock solid stability just a bit above 4Ghz out of an i7-3820 on air? (As long as you have a good air system?)

I think I got just the thing for a simple conservative OC. Old school but really meant to be for this board. I could use the old Tuniq Tower on the old system in my sig, which has a decently large (though tight and dust-catching) rad. The first to be that big way back when it was popular. But what's cool is that the rad is by design not long enough to cover the entire 120mm fan, leaving the bottom ~20mm or so of the blades exposed --and aimed squarely at the power stage rad. With something as simple as this 110CMF Silverstone I have in it I guess I wouldn't even need to stop work if for some reason it got a little too warm in the house, turning it up to forcing a ****-ton of air through both rads with one knob.

I am really not loving the look of that PCH cover though... My setup would get quite a bit of airflow over it, but I'd love a way to get something nicer going even with the mobo stacked up with cards. Any ideas?
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Does anyone have this board?
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o.O ugly-ass review on the egg

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I have had this board for several days now. I had a budget and I've always used an ROG board. I decided to dump more money into the cpu and I picked up this board for $200.00. I can confirm that this board with a 3930k is much better than 3820 with Rampage IV Extreme. So overall price wise you're better off dumping money into the CPU.

As for the BIOS, I'm a huge ROG fan and this BIOS kind of sucks. Some reason I can get my RAM over 1866MHz? The RAM is in 4 groups so you have to adjust the settings for each group. ROG takes the cake hands down when it comes to BIOS. Even though the Gigabyte BIOS is "funny" I wouldnt count it as a reason for not buying the board. I've got great performance and my 3930K at a rock stable 4.7GHz with great temps. I just wish I could figure out about this RAM freq thing.
 
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Does anyone have this board?
I do. Run an engineering sample SB Xeon in it. It's a four core with HT at 3.3 GHz. Impossible to overclock, even the ES Xeons are completely locked. Running four 4GB modules of RAM at 2133 MHz, XMP profile locked in seamlessly. Using the latest beta bios from Gigabyte, F3p. I ran windows 7 on it with F2 bios, not really stable. Would BSOD och just freeze now and then. And the infuriating boot loops. Shutdown the machine, and it just comes on again. By itself, I had no wakeup settings in bios. Seems a little better in F3p bios and now it runs linux and is stable. I have some strange networking issues, not sure it is a hardware problem though. The UEFI-bios is the worst I ever seen. Painfully slow and full of glitches. Heatsinks on the board stays cool, but I don't overclock at all either. That's about it for my experience. I got mine on sale for cheap late last year. Don't know if I would recommend it though.
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