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I have noticed that since the 1707 bios update that the red republic of gamers light does not "beat like a heartbeat" its either on or off, the setting in the bios, but it doesn't "beat" anymore. Has anyone else noticed that?

Mine is still pulsing when I power off the system
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Anyone know if there are differences between maximus v formula and maximus v/ assassin other than game being included? Doesn't make sense that the assassin is cheaper and includes game. Is there a difference in component quality? Different caps? Factory 2nds?Just doesn't seem to make sense
    
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Mine is still pulsing when I power off the system
Mine too.
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Anyone know if there are differences between maximus v formula and maximus v/ assassin other than game being included? Doesn't make sense that the assassin is cheaper and includes game. Is there a difference in component quality? Different caps? Factory 2nds?Just doesn't seem to make sense
No difference. I got the AC3 one since I didn’t have the game, but there is no other difference. If the AC3 one is on sale they probably just want to move stock with Haswell on the way. This socket is now dead, so they need to sell what they can.

I have seen strange stuff like that before too, with the FTW 670 cheaper than the standard 670 because one was on sale.
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Oh it only pulses when the system is off? for some reason I thought it always did it.
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Mine too.
No difference. I got the AC3 one since I didn’t have the game, but there is no other difference. If the AC3 one is on sale they probably just want to move stock with Haswell on the way. This socket is now dead, so they need to sell what they can.

I have seen strange stuff like that before too, with the FTW 670 cheaper than the standard 670 because one was on sale.
I'm doing an intel build and am hung up on 3770k vs. 2700k or 2600k. I have a completely custom loop( actually 2 loops, 1 for cpu and 1 for gpu),it would have a RX360 to itself, but am still apprehensive about the heat issues with ivy. I don't want to delid. Seeing you have 2 3770k rigs, what would you recommend?
    
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I'm doing an intel build and am hung up on 3770k vs. 2700k or 2600k. I have a completely custom loop( actually 2 loops, 1 for cpu and 1 for gpu),it would have a RX360 to itself, but am still apprehensive about the heat issues with ivy. I don't want to delid. Seeing you have 2 3770k rigs, what would you recommend?
You don’t want to wait a few weeks for Haswell? That is what I would do. When it is out and we see what it can (or can’t do) then you can decide to get that or stick with Ivy or Sandy.

Ivy gets real hot, and it likes cold, so if you want a higher oc as in over 4.5 then delidding is pretty much the only choice. With the hammer and vise method, delidding is safer now, but I understand if people don’t want to do it.

A 360 rad will do fine for Ivy, and obviously for Sandy, but your Ivy temps will keep you to a 4.4 to 4.6 oc on it depending on your luck in the silicon lottery.

If you don’t mind buying used then that is another reason to wait for Haswell since I figure people will be selling Ivy and Sandy to get it.
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Did your MVE wake from sleep mode? My MVF does the same thing--I just woke it from sleep mode and A0 is showing on the Q_Code LED display. I think "has" in your sentence is the operative word here (the manual says "is" but I think that's a translation error into English). My guess is that your IDE (HDD controllers) are the last thing set to power up from sleep mode after your CPU, RAM, video, etc. I think it's just normal behavior. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong.

Nope I never put my computer to sleep. I always have it either on or off. It came out of the box with the A0 code. I also don't use HDDs. I have my SSD'S in ACHI mode
Edited by RavageTheEarth - 5/16/13 at 3:37pm
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Ivy gets real hot, and it likes cold, so if you want a higher oc as in over 4.5 then delidding is pretty much the only choice. With the hammer and vise method, delidding is safer now, but I understand if people don’t want to do it.
It seems haswell is the same, if not worse.
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The front grill is painted red too, but that was a horrible shot so it looks black.
Here are a couple pics of my ROG inspired Phantom 820 build. Enjoy! You can find my build log here:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1387344/yet-another-rog-build-log-phantom-820-mve-3770k-crossfire-7950s-custom-paint/100#post_19981559
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You don’t want to wait a few weeks for Haswell? That is what I would do. When it is out and we see what it can (or can’t do) then you can decide to get that or stick with Ivy or Sandy.

Ivy gets real hot, and it likes cold, so if you want a higher oc as in over 4.5 then delidding is pretty much the only choice. With the hammer and vise method, delidding is safer now, but I understand if people don’t want to do it.

A 360 rad will do fine for Ivy, and obviously for Sandy, but your Ivy temps will keep you to a 4.4 to 4.6 oc on it depending on your luck in the silicon lottery.

If you don’t mind buying used then that is another reason to wait for Haswell since I figure people will be selling Ivy and Sandy to get it.
I definitely want to push the envelope and exactly why I'm concerned about heat. Don't think I'd be happy with 4.4-4.6. As the person below stated, Haswell doesn't look much better where heat is concerned. Read a few pre-release reviews and saw benches from Asia. Intel is still using tim instead of solder. Only real increase in performance was video. Also $229 for a new 3770k from microcenter is mighty tempting. I'd rather pay a little more and get a new sandy if I can get a higher overall clock and better performance. It's a toss up at this point. I've been through my fare share of cpu's and upgrades. Just want to settle on something I can live with for a while.

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It seems haswell is the same, if not worse.
This.
    
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