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MSI's board works just fine, and ASRock A85X is a very nice piece of tech, smile.gif
   
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post #712 of 774
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Originally Posted by Artikbot View Post

MSI's board works just fine, and ASRock A85X is a very nice piece of tech, smile.gif

From what I understand...

No voltage adjustments on the MSI board. This means no Microcenter combo deal for me, as they only sell the 5800k and I don't want a 100W part in my little ITX htpc. I want A-10 5700 voltages and clock speeds.

The Asrock boards still have the bug that applies insane voltages to the chips while in the bios and POST, which will fry my little 150W power board. It's not worth the risk of ruining my build or burning down my brand new house with an Asrock board.

Looks like another Intel+dedicated build for me. That or I wait for Kaveri.
post #713 of 774
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From what I understand...

No voltage adjustments on the MSI board.

Doesn't really mean a lot. Unless you plan on doing substantial undervolting as I have (due to power constraints, I can't go over 80W constant and I'm feeding a monitor), or substantial overclocking.

The ASRock boards don't apply insane voltages, they apply Turbo voltages in high performance state (as the chip boots with Turbo boosted all the way). But so does my Gigabyte, and it runs fine.
   
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Looks like newegg.ca finally lowered the INSANE prices of the Asrock A85X-ITX Board.

It also looks like asrock has released a revision of their old D3 ITX board, maybe this one doesn't blow up, but for 10 more dollars why not get the superior motherboard?
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So has anyone used the MSI-A85X-G65
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Originally Posted by Artikbot View Post

Doesn't really mean a lot. Unless you plan on doing substantial undervolting as I have (due to power constraints, I can't go over 80W constant and I'm feeding a monitor), or substantial overclocking.

The ASRock boards don't apply insane voltages, they apply Turbo voltages in high performance state (as the chip boots with Turbo boosted all the way). But so does my Gigabyte, and it runs fine.

Ya, I was going to undervolt.

Well, bought 5800k and Asus m-atx board today instead for a file server/htpc. Looks like I'm sticking with i-3 and 6570 low pro in my itx build. If Asus ever gets around to an itx board I'll swap parts.
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Gigabyte GA-F2A85X-UP4 vs Asrock FM2A85X Extreme6

DELETED, sorry decided better to ask in the main forum.
Edited by Nil Einne - 3/25/13 at 4:08pm
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If anyone is still interested, first small photos of Gigabyte GA-F2A85XN-WIFI:




http://www.gigabyte.us/microsite/-199/images/model.html

CPU Support
AMD socket FM2 APU

CPU Socket
Socket FM2

Chipset
AMD A85X chipset

Graphics Interface
Integrated

Memory Type
Dual-Channel DDR3
1866/1600/1333/800 MHz

Memory DIMM
2*DDR3 (Max 64 GB)

Expansion Slots
1*PCIE 2.0x16

SATA connector
4*SATA 6Gb/s

SATA RAID
RAID 0,1,5,10

USB
4* USB3.0+6*USB2.0

Video Output
2*HDMI / Dual-link DVI

Audio
8-channel HD

1394
Realtek GbE LAN

Features & Software
Ultra Durable 4 Classic,
PowlRstage for APU VRM,
3D BIOS(Dual UEFI),
AMD Dual Graphics,
AMD Eyefinity,
Dual Band WiFi+Bluetooth 4.0,
All Solid capacitors,
Windows 8 ready

Form Factor (mm)
Mini-ITX (170x170)
post #719 of 774
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Originally Posted by Foolsmasher View Post

From what I understand...

No voltage adjustments on the MSI board. This means no Microcenter combo deal for me, as they only sell the 5800k and I don't want a 100W part in my little ITX htpc. I want A-10 5700 voltages and clock speeds.

The Asrock boards still have the bug that applies insane voltages to the chips while in the bios and POST, which will fry my little 150W power board. It's not worth the risk of ruining my build or burning down my brand new house with an Asrock board.

Looks like another Intel+dedicated build for me. That or I wait for Kaveri.

Not sure what the itx board is set to but my msi microatx board is at 1.2875v by default and I cant adjust it from that. My 5800k is clocked at 4158 at that voltage runs cool and prime stable.
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Hello guys, I have a few questions about the temperature.
My comp.
A10 5700+NH D14 (stock)
Asrock FM285X extreme4
2x4 g skill 1600
Corsair AX 750
SS Raven 03
Samsung 830 128gb
idle 41-42c (web browsing etc) cpu usage 5-8% idle...
Prime 95, small test 67-70c (turn depends)

Are these the right temperature on Idle?

I have on RV 03 only 1 fan on the top, Noctua 12FLX, and on NH D14, and that's it, as far as the fan..
Somehow we seem to high temperatures in idle... In the room temp now is, 19c..



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