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I'd still get the MVE...cheaper, and proven bioses for oc. UP7 is still in its infancy.

And FtW, sometimes I feel like you're some kind of canuck brother of mine lol
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

Yea I'm starting to lean more towards the Maximus V Extreme. Hopefully they come out with a fix for that BIOS bug soon. I think I am going to eventually go with three 7950's. What do you guys think of the extreme? I can always just pay off some of my credit card and then buy the case in a week.

...that Bios bug is a bit of a myth... I actually did have that happen, but learned how to get around it (am posting that over at ROG Asus first as I already posted there before on it)...It is a Win 7 issue as much as a Bios issue, given that there are Asus programs (even hidden ones) that run in Windows but have direct Bios access. Since I used one simple precaution, it never happened again no matter how crazy my settings were before a crash thumb.gif

EDIT - ...and the MVE comes with two full onboard bios' anyways, via a small switch smile.gif
Edited by Joa3d43 - 3/21/13 at 8:19pm
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It seems that Google server cinebench score is shopped man...That chip is 1155 socket, limited to 32gb max ram size. Desktop 1155 xeon.
Look at my team mate's cinebench score here
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It seems that Google server cinebench score is shopped man...That chip is 1155 socket, limited to 32gb max ram size. Desktop 1155 xeon.
Look at my team mate's cinebench score here

...even if it isn't shopped, per PM with someone else just now, it couldn't be used anyhow for any record stuff because the machines ;'have to be legally in your possession'

..congrats on the HWBot Cinebench !! thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

I'd still get the MVE...cheaper, and proven bioses for oc. UP7 is still in its infancy.

And FtW, sometimes I feel like you're some kind of canuck brother of mine lol

Great minds think alike!
Or just a benching guy thing. What bencher doesn't like good boards, nice memory, & when away from the rig, short shorts...

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It seems that Google server cinebench score is shopped man...That chip is 1155 socket, limited to 32gb max ram size. Desktop 1155 xeon.
Look at my team mate's cinebench score here

The google server system would have some serious power, I don't doubt there are machines out there that can do that. But do that for a legit hwbot score isn't too likely.
    
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So I'm thinking of going with the Maximus V Extreme just to really future proof myself because I definetly am going to eventually run three 7950's and water cool and all of that. Also, going to buy another 3770k at some point. Plus the thing is just bad to the bone. I was thinking about the up7, but it really is just in its infancy right now I think that is what I will buy.

So................

What do you guys think?
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Originally Posted by RavageTheEarth View Post

So I'm thinking of going with the Maximus V Extreme just to really future proof myself because I definetly am going to eventually run three 7950's and water cool and all of that. Also, going to buy another 3770k at some point. Plus the thing is just bad to the bone. I was thinking about the up7, but it really is just in its infancy right now I think that is what I will buy.

So................

What do you guys think?

....per previous post ^^^ above ... great minds think alike smile.gif
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Great minds think alike!
Or just a benching guy thing. What bencher doesn't like good boards, nice memory, & when away from the rig, short shorts...
The google server system would have some serious power, I don't doubt there are machines out there that can do that. But do that for a legit hwbot score isn't too likely.

Yeah, you could submit and agree to not receive points for that submission. thumb.gif

I think it's a bencher thing, not many of us around...although we got a few more guys interested lately. I like those open comps for that, got me hooked up a while ago and you learn about efficiency and stuff.
I also hate when a record gets published as front page news, and people start saying "what's the point? is that thing 24/7 stable?" and what not. mad.gif
"Benching is boring, pressing a key and watching a bench play doesn't involve skill"
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If you are going to go 3 way CFX/SLI you should seriously consider going 2011 for the PCIE lanes. Adding a PLX chip just gives you more latency. IMO. and I would go for the MVE as well. I have 2 Gene's a IV and a V I love them both. But if it were me and I knew I was going to go 3 way CFX/SLI I would go 2011.
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Yeah, you could submit and agree to not receive points for that submission. thumb.gif

I think it's a bencher thing, not many of us around...although we got a few more guys interested lately. I like those open comps for that, got me hooked up a while ago and you learn about efficiency and stuff.
I also hate when a record gets published as front page news, and people start saying "what's the point? is that thing 24/7 stable?" and what not. mad.gif
"Benching is boring, pressing a key and watching a bench play doesn't involve skill"

^^^ thumb.gif ...I get goosebumps when I try a bench with settings right on the edge which has a 70% chance of failing, but then works anyways...just better be stable long enough to get the HWBot required screenshots, CPU-Z et al. Besides, every single work related machine I touch has gone through some crazy benching first...if it behaved perfectly at 53% above stock settings, I know it will do just fine for many years at stock, or even slightly beyond... smile.gif
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