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Get a black case...black and gold is cool.
And it reports a bit more than the actual dmm voltage.
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Hmmm maybe I'll get that then. It's only $205 at newegg right now. As long as the voltage won't be off more than .02 I'll be happy. Then I can buy the Phantom 820 with it! Nice! Now to decide if I want the case in white or black thumb.gif Any opinions on that?
A decent mobo should be less than .01 off on vCore. I can't comment on the other brands because I haven't tested them, but both my MVF have worked perfectly. I am not aware of anyone on Swag's guide that has had any real trouble with ocing their chips, so while the current bios bug is a little annoying the bios is very easy to use and oc. Just my 2, wait, I mean 47 cents (hint: the intentional deflation of the dollar is far worse than you think it is).
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Ok so I'm going to be placing my order tomorrow. I have a 500 dollar credit limit and I am torn between the ASUS Maximus V Formula ( http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813131934 ) or the GIGABYTE GA-Z77X-UP7 ( http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128569 ). If I buy the ASUS I will also buy the Phantom 630 with it, but if I buy the GIGABYTE I will have to wait to buy a case, but that won't really matter since I am sending my PSU out for an RMA so I'm not going to be able to use the computer for a couple weeks anyways. If I buy the GIGABYTE I will probably just end up buying the Phantom 820 case.

What to do? Can you guys give me some input on this?

I've heard good things myself of the MSI Mpower - regarding customer service.
Asus (especially) and Gigabyte on the other hand...rolleyes.gif
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More Cinebench fun - Fast, Faster and REAL Fast
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Yeah, that is a hell of a lot of stress for the imc...I run superpi 32m, if it passes with any give settings I choose I'm happy. xD
Makes sense...

...I remember the first time I ran Cinebench at 5 giggles and got 'oh so close' (10.17) to that Xeon with 8 cores / 16 threads (10.33). Then I delidded and started to beat that Xeon...emphasis on that, not all, Xeons biggrin.gif

Here is a YouTube vid of that crazy EVGA SR-X Classified board (a monster that could have gone a lot further if Intel had played ball with LG2011 / 3960x) with two Xeons for a total of 16 cores and 32 threads running Cinebench. biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

BTW, you'll notice Intel's Extreme Tuning and OC'ing utility (XTU) on the desktop, because that's what you need to set up serious stuff like that.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TGRzajL_m0

and if that isn't fast enough, here is a Google Server node doing Cinebench...biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B7r-Wd3sREc
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Get a black case...black and gold is cool.
And it reports a bit more than the actual dmm voltage.

What is a bit?

Should I go with the AsRock or the MSI? I don't know if the Maximus V Formula is going to be worth the extra $100 bucks. What would make it worth that extra money?
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Givent the UP7's price, I personally wouldnt get it unless I knew I was going to drop $1200 on a golden IB chip, and put it under an LN2 pot.

Maybe one of these:

ASRock OC Formula ( This is my board, the only way I could be happier is if you bought me a UP7 )

Gigabyte z77x-UP5 ( Was the board I planned on but got a better deal on the OC Formula )

MSI z77 mPower ( supposedly hand tested to 4.6ghz )

The MVF is still a great board. From my reading through other peoples experience, it seems to excel extremely well in memory overclocking capabilities.

Beyond that, 95% of what you are going to get out of your chip, is going to be because of your chip specifically.

But I must say, the OC Formula has held the Ivy bridge clock speed record, and has a great bios.

Have you tested the OC Formula with a DMM to see how much the voltage is off? With the Extreme4 that I'm selling the voltage was off up to .1v depending on what LLC I was using. The lowest it was off was .03v

The last I checked I was about 0.02~ off running rather high voltages ( 1.55+ ).

I haven't really checked since as I am pretty confident in its accuracy.

Having gotten a 5.3GHz validation on close to 1.7v was awesome. I think that run was close to 0.03 higher as my readings were a little closer to 1.7v.

I could also only small FFT's on that for like 8 minutes, Chip just wouldn't dstabilize.

I also want to mention I was attempting 5.3 with offset voltage. :|
Edited by Xinoxide - 3/21/13 at 7:33pm
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Hmmm maybe I'll get that then. It's only $205 at newegg right now. As long as the voltage won't be off more than .02 I'll be happy. Then I can buy the Phantom 820 with it! Nice! Now to decide if I want the case in white or black thumb.gif Any opinions on that?
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What is a bit?

Should I go with the AsRock or the MSI? I don't know if the Maximus V Formula is going to be worth the extra $100 bucks. What would make it worth that extra money?
get the MVF if you ever go 3way sli it will be woth it thumb.gif i dont think the oc formula can do 3 way sli? if it can i think its only 4x pci-e and that wont be as good as the MVF. please correct me if im wrong.
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The last I checked I was about 0.02~ off running rather high voltages ( 1.55+ ).

I haven't really checked since as I am pretty confident in its accuracy.

Having gotten a 5.3GHz validation on close to 1.7v was awesome. I think that run was close to 0.03 higher as my readings were a little closer to 1.7v.

I could also only small FFT's on that for like 8 minutes, Chip just wouldn't dstabilize.

I also want to mention I was attempting 5.3 with offset voltage. :|

Well thats not bad at all. As long as I can get an idea of where the voltage is going to be and not have to take my DMM out every single time I change the voltage I will be happy. So should I go with the OC Formula? Also, I'm trying to see if my huge Noctua NH-D14 will fit. I have low profile RAM so that isn't a problem. I'm not seeing it on the Noctua website.

http://www.noctua.at/main.php?show=compatibility_gen&products_id=34&lng=en#LGA1155_ASRock

EDIT: NVM I found a picture

http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?p=1039512059&postcount=5
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get the MVF if you ever go 3way sli it will be woth it thumb.gif i dont think the oc formula can do 3 way sli? if it can i think its only 4x pci-e and that wont be as good as the MVF. please correct me if im wrong.

ASUS MVF - PCI Express 3.0 x163 (x16 or dual x8 or x8/x4/x4)
AsRock Z77 OC Formula - PCI Express 3.0 x162 (x16/x8 or x8/x8)PCI Express 2.0 x161 (x4)

BTW I am crossfire tongue.gif

That is a decent point, but I'm not sure if I will do that. Hmmm more decisions......
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