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So you like how u change voltage and the Multi with the colors in there screen vs the colors of other company's?

Well if were thinken like that i perfer the classic bios look.

Go look at the hwbot results if you don't believe me...Asus bios is superior compared to GB, most benchers use those. Some use the ud5h and up7 nowadays, but still, I prefer the MVG for tweaking stuff. my ud5h had tons of problems with Samsung ic rams, hyk0, which most high end kits these days have.
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Go look at the hwbot results if you don't believe me...Asus bios is superior compared to GB, most benchers use those. Some use the ud5h and up7 nowadays, but still, I prefer the MVG for tweaking stuff. my ud5h had tons of problems with Samsung ic rams, hyk0, which most high end kits these days have.

LoL

Dude....

LoL....

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There the samething with different colors LOL

You can change Voltage in one.. so does the other.. you can change the multi u can aswell with the other.

People use Asus ROG boards because the UP7 was late to the show.. and 9 out of 10 people perfer black and red vs black and neon green.

I had a RE3 so umm yah....

get real here cause im to smart to be fooled by the non sense.

Ive also been running just about the highest 3770k OC for a VERY long time in our little thread wink.gif

In the Gigabyte bios u gotta rub 2 sticks together to change the Core voltage and the Multi. rolleyes.gif
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....as already stated, the MVE (with Plex and 5 PCIe) is a 'specialty board', but it (and for that matter its very similar Rampage 4 X79) come with some unique features that I find highly useful.

First, the PCIe slots

...both the MVE and the Gigabyte Z77 counterpart, the UP7, are geared towards two sub markets (and we happen to fit both here). The first is the 'speed' market, what with LN2 profiles on the MVE / Rampage IV X79, voltage read-out points, OC key for overlay and OF COURSE over-volting features for multiple VGA cards (hard-wired PLUS BIOS)...what is also great is the ability to switch off lanes on the board, without taking extra cards out...when you run tri-SLI and quad-SLI, and water-cool, you'll have a serious jungle of power cables and cooling tubes that can get in the way of moving things around...never mind the Bios profiles of those boards which can be a bit overwhelming but nonetheless, if you are into speed - that's what you want.

...the second sub market is actually a small but growing niche of 'semi-commercial'...given the price of these boards, they end up in the 'WS Work Station' market as well. When 'I am done with the fun' re both the MVE Z77 and Rampage IV X79, they'll be moved to a Virtual Machine (VM) complex that already includes 6x 3770 (non-K) machines...the extra PCIe lanes become very handy there as hub machines that will get PCIe cards with 4x Intel 10 Gigabit NICs each and Hard drive clusters (LSI cards)...still too early in the game to figure out if our type of proprietary software can also be easily ($ cost) enough re-written to benefit from 'Tesla' / Intel Phi type co-processing - but for either, we again would need extra PCIe slots.

There is no doubt that boards like the ROGs M-V-E and R-IV-E are not meant for the main stream - ditto for the Gigabyte UP7...but they do have market(s) nonetheless, and are very much appreciated
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Yeah, Good- Since im trying to find a good home, a permanent home for my Delidded IVY BRIDGE chip, I am certainly looking way down the road and trying to anticipate what i will want then. It's really pretty simple: I want a benching, gaming, rendering, oced, wc, ivy platform. and in a year or more, after i get haswell, this will be just a Cinema 4d render client. and that will be my benching, gaming, rendering, oced, wc, platform.
   
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Nevermind man...I'll stick to my board once I get an RMA. If I had gotten a GB board I would be up and running in less time though...food for thought (Asus support kinda sucks)
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Nevermind man...I'll stick to my board once I get an RMA. If I had gotten a GB board I would be up and running in less time though...food for thought (Asus support kinda sucks)

Gigabyte fixed my board for Damages i caused in 1 week. for free.

Get Asus to do that lol.
    
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I still prefer Asus overclockabilty over the UD series. tongue.gif I like my MVG, I game and I bench and the price/performance (like you said) is unbeatable!

By the way: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

And my server again: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I'm not trying to save money on the MOBO. down the road a $200 or $300 board is all the same. I just dont want to wish i bought something else or feel the need to replace/upgrade from here.
Ive had good micro atx boards before a two slots has been all i've needed so far. lets face it this stuff is changing and new stuff is comeing down the pipe so fast by the time i finish this build, it will be time to move on to the next tech! and thats ok the I enjoy the hardware side of developement as much as the latest 3d plug-ins for Cinema 4D or after Effects for example. Actually it is imperative that i get multi-threaded processors that get hot and need Water, and and air flow design consideration . ect. Because I need a Powerful render machine and want a fast gaming rig. I have enjoyed building PC computer since 1995 and dont recone i'll get board with it soon.
   
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Originally Posted by Hokies83 View Post

Gigabyte fixed my board for Damages i caused in 1 week. for free.

Get Asus to do that lol.

No way! lmao
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Originally Posted by TonicX View Post

I'm not trying to save money on the MOBO. down the road a $200 or $300 board is all the same. I just dont want to wish i bought something else or feel the need to replace/upgrade from here.
Ive had good micro atx boards before a two slots has been all i've needed so far. lets face it this stuff is changing and new stuff is comeing down the pipe so fast by the time i finish this build, it will be time to move on to the next tech! and thats ok the I enjoy the hardware side of developement as much as the latest 3d plug-ins for Cinema 4D or after Effects for example. Actually it is imperative that i get multi-threaded processors that get hot and need Water, and and air flow design consideration . ect. Because I need a Powerful render machine and want a fast gaming rig. I have enjoyed building PC computer since 1995 and dont recone i'll get board with it soon.

Multi threaded is x79 ground, although a 3770k does fine for most stuff for less.
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I still prefer Asus overclockabilty over the UD series. tongue.gif I like my MVG, I game and I bench and the price/performance (like you said) is unbeatable!

By the way: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

And my server again: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
So you like how u change voltage and the Multi with the colors in there screen vs the colors of other company's?

Well if were thinken like that i perfer the classic bios look.



When i seen my Bios with black and orange colors i was lost and confused @_@

Not that I like the look of the Asus UEFI, I prefer the original BIOS look. Although, I've had better results with Asus board vs my Gigabyte board during the 1366 era.

Also, Asus replaced my MVG when my PSU blew up in 2 weeks free of charge without the need to pay for shipping. tongue.gif Well I paid at first and then they reimbursed me.
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Wish me luck mate...
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LoL

Dude....

LoL....

rolleyes.gif

There the samething with different colors LOL

You can change Voltage in one.. so does the other.. you can change the multi u can aswell with the other.

People use Asus ROG boards because the UP7 was late to the show.. and 9 out of 10 people perfer black and red vs black and neon green.

I had a RE3 so umm yah....

get real here cause im to smart to be fooled by the non sense.

Ive also been running just about the highest 3770k OC for a VERY long time in our little thread wink.gif

In the Gigabyte bios u gotta rub 2 sticks together to change the Core voltage and the Multi. rolleyes.gif

yeah Hokies83 your prolly right about that. I didn't know when up7 came out. but, I as much as we value function over form on this thread, looks still matter - it is a consideration. to some all red may be boring design wise but if i hade Hokies83 's rig i might try bring some more neon green into it or go primary with some blue. just spitballing here.
   
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