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post #891 of 3634
I don't think I have a bad board. It really does run great at all stock settings. Once the A0 code is tracked down to the issue it'll be smooth sailing. Only other issue I have is the weird one when I adjust my CPU multi from anything besides AUTO I lose 16x scaling. It just sticks at whatever I set the ratio to.
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Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post

PCI-E on Z77 with Ivy bridge = 16x PCI-E lanes total ... that is it

3x way = 8x8x4x in PCI-E 3.0...  so keep in mind this is still as much if not more bandwidth than 16x16x8x in PCI-E 2.0 thumb.gif

The PCI-e slots run in an 8/4/4 configuration when all three are in use.

I'm also fairly certain that this board doesn't support 3-way SLi because it lacks the necessary chip, the name of which escapes me.
Edited by TheDoctor46 - 11/21/12 at 12:40am
post #893 of 3634
Hi guys, Does anybody know what UB91 device is? Im missing a driver and Can't find which one is it?

    
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Intel Management Engine Componenets
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Hi guys, Does anybody know what UB91 device is? Im missing a driver and Can't find which one is it?


Intel Management Engine Components its a package

Should be correct one you can check a bit back Post 857 for a list provided by Nelly

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=22092&lang=eng&wapkw=intel+management+engine+components
Edited by Tyreman - 11/21/12 at 3:47am
post #896 of 3634
I know this is off topic but I'm thinking of getting a sparkle 1250 watt psu ? Any body have anything bad to say?
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I know this is off topic but I'm thinking of getting a sparkle 1250 watt psu ? Any body have anything bad to say?

If you're referring to the Sparkle Gold Class PSU... it's a great choice. Jonnyguru did a review on the unit here and had quite a few good things to say about it.

Feels a bit like overkill for your current system but regardless, it's a good unit smile.gif

Edit: On a slight tangent... Newegg approved my RMA and they just sent out a replacement MPower wheee.gif
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post #898 of 3634
Yes its that one.. my 850 will not power my system while benching my cards at max oc. So I figure il go 1250 so I'm leaving myself with lots of head room. Plus for 150on sale..great buy in my book.
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PCI-E on Z77 with Ivy bridge = 16x PCI-E lanes total ... that is it

3x way = 8x8x4x in PCI-E 3.0...  so keep in mind this is still as much if not more bandwidth than 16x16x8x in PCI-E 2.0 thumb.gif

The PCI-e slots run in an 8/4/4 configuration when all three are in use.

I'm also fairly certain that this board doesn't support 3-way SLi because it lacks the necessary chip, the name of which escapes me.

 

 Did some more digging..  As i already stated.. 16x lanes is max for Ivy +Z77 chipset.

 

 The chip you are referring to a 'PLX' chip which adds another 16x lanes of PCI-E. For Nvidia 3x way SLI to function you need at least 8x..   So you are correct in saying its an SLI board. I do not believe ATI/AMD has the same limitations.. so 3x way Xfire is possible without a PLX [which this board does not have].

 

**Only more premium boards offer a PLX, which bumps your native PCI-E lane support to match X79 @ 16x8x8x

post #900 of 3634
That is exactly what I thought. But I will find out tonight as I'm picking up a new psu.may grab some ram ..should I buy the mpower ram or some denominator platnums?
Edited by snitchkilla11 - 11/21/12 at 8:24am
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