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*Looks at his ASRock A85X*

...I'm doomed.
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post #252 of 774
As soon as the price drops on Asus's F2A85-V Pro mobo, I will buy it. I understand why other people bought ASrock's board but damn, that **** sucks.
post #253 of 774
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Originally Posted by S.M. View Post

*Looks at his ASRock A85X*
...I'm doomed.
LOL, i thought of getting this also but some guy saved me with this post that hes board fried biggrin.gif
post #254 of 774
Popped off the case to check the system to see if there any signs of soon to be failures but the system is okay ATM.

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In order to get more memory bandwidth (for better graphics performance) do we need a motherboard that has BIOS options for FSB overclock? That is 2 questions:

Is the FSB clock the one which will also raise memory clocks?
Isn't there any OS-level application that can change these clocks?

One more thing: If I get DDR3-2400 memory which I can find somewhat cheaply here, will I be able to run it at 2400 with any motherboard?
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No, the memory has its own overclocking settings, and no not all motherboards will be able to run 2400mhz. Using 1866mhz I couldnt get it running at 2400mhz but I could achieve 2133mhz though.

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My system is safe!!

Plugged everything on the new board and thanfully everything is operational.

I'm currently tweaking the crap out of the memory to get the maximum performance possible. So far it runs fast!
   
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Do you mean you successfully completed an RMA, and are now working with a replacement? thumb.gif

And actually... does that mean your other components were fine? biggrin.gif
Edited by audiorealis - 12/14/12 at 10:15am
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Originally Posted by Wall View Post

In order to get more memory bandwidth (for better graphics performance) do we need a motherboard that has BIOS options for FSB overclock? That is 2 questions:
Is the FSB clock the one which will also raise memory clocks?
Isn't there any OS-level application that can change these clocks?
One more thing: If I get DDR3-2400 memory which I can find somewhat cheaply here, will I be able to run it at 2400 with any motherboard?

FSB will raise memory clocks, but it is better to set the memory clock directly. There's an option in the BIOS.

Trinity is, I believe, officially rated for up to 1866MHz, but the current JEDEC standards only go to 1600MHz. So, you can do 1600MHz for sure. As demonstrated by the ASRock board, you may or may not be able to hit 1866MHz. I would think it likely you could make it to 2133MHz particularly if you play with timings. Much more than that though, is a much less certain prospect. Additionally, reviews and benchmarks have shown that FPS gains start to fall off at 1866MHz and 2133MHz is about as far as you should bother to go. So, shoot for 1600-2133MHz, depending on what your budget allows.

There are OS level applications to increase clocks, but don't waste your time with them.
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Do you mean you successfully completed an RMA, and are now working with a replacement? thumb.gif
And actually... does that mean your other components were fine? biggrin.gif

Nope, the board is sitting next to me, next week I'll catch the train to the nearest city with a DHL station.

And it means that despite the board failing miserably, nothing went with it.

Also, this Gigabyte is the bomb. The only thing it lacks is downvolting though, which anecdotically works fine under AMD Overdrive.

Already mailed Giga if they could please support said feature in the BIOS, as the board is clearly capable of it.
   
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