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^^^ at the xfx units, arent they seasonic rebrands?!

ive read johnny guru on the 1k watt series and he said it looks the same as seasonic inside, i have the xfx and my power output connectors are exactly the same as seasonic.

ive got the schematics of seasonic 1000w platinum edition and its exactly the same.

and for the ripple thing, that changes in heat for mine.

when not overclocked my fluctutation is a few mv. when overclocked it becomes 40mv. *software read outs.

i guess it may be smaller or bigger on a physical test
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That is a good question. it sounded like the 1090/1050 chipset was a dead issue for SR, but the way some of the 990FX boards are being closed out, and the big changes in power scheming with SR, I am not so sure. I think It will be compatible with AMb3, but not full featured (thats my guess mind you)
Right now the best OC board is a toss up between the UD7 (rev 1.1) and the CVF-Z. I have pushed them both hard and get almost identical results.



I recall UD7 disappeared for a while and it looks like Giga is going to bring it back for FX 9000 or something? Perhaps a rev with UEFI? The only 990FXA-UD7 on amazon right now is $400 new.

http://www.amazon.com/Gigabyte-GA-990FXA-UD7-AM3-990FX-ATX/dp/B0053P9ZXK/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1370765143&sr=8-3&keywords=gigabyte+990fxa-ud7

Is it just the light or do the VRMs look different? Actually, I'm blind. The amazon version says 1.0 in the picture, the gigabyte website only lists 990FXA-UD7 1.x, and the sweclockers picture has a rev 3.0 in the corner.

This should kind of confirm that 990FX isn't going anywhere, and neither is the socket. I think these older boards are getting pulled for updates, like UEFI or better VRMs.
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Anyone using there 8350 with a Antec Kulher 620? Just curious as to what temps it gets stock and also overclocked.

I currently have a AMD Athlon II X4 620 with the 620 on it overclocked 1ghz running pretty decent temperatures. 31c idle. I am looking to buy the 8350 just keep delaying it wondering if I should wait till I get my new cpu cooler (swiftech H20 or the Corsair H100i) so I was curious what temps you guys get if anyone has the Kulher 620.

Also if anyone has cinebench scores for it id love to see some more, my cpu currently gets 3.71 which I feel should be a little bit higher with my cpu at 3.6ghz and nb at 2.6ghz.
and if anyone happens to be running a 8350 with a HD 6850 gpu id love to see a benchmark score on that too, see the difference in fps with a 8350 cpu compared to mine.
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^^^ at the xfx units, arent they seasonic rebrands?!

ive read johnny guru on the 1k watt series and he said it looks the same as seasonic inside, i have the xfx and my power output connectors are exactly the same as seasonic.

ive got the schematics of seasonic 1000w platinum edition and its exactly the same.

and for the ripple thing, that changes in heat for mine.

when not overclocked my fluctutation is a few mv. when overclocked it becomes 40mv. *software read outs.

i guess it may be smaller or bigger on a physical test

Yes this unit is a Seasonic build. The ripple figure can change a bit depending on the review but I think 35mv was the highest on the lower load test but hung around 20-+25mv most of the time according to the JG review. at any rate a pretty good unit.

I was just re-reading the review for my unit (one of them) the Corsair AX-1200. It doesn't get much better smile.gif
http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story3&reid=189
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That is a good question. it sounded like the 1090/1050 chipset was a dead issue for SR, but the way some of the 990FX boards are being closed out, and the big changes in power scheming with SR, I am not so sure. I think It will be compatible with AMb3, but not full featured (thats my guess mind you)
Right now the best OC board is a toss up between the UD7 (rev 1.1) and the CVF-Z. I have pushed them both hard and get almost identical results.



I recall UD7 disappeared for a while and it looks like Giga is going to bring it back for FX 9000 or something? Perhaps a rev with UEFI? The only 990FXA-UD7 on amazon right now is $400 new.

http://www.amazon.com/Gigabyte-GA-990FXA-UD7-AM3-990FX-ATX/dp/B0053P9ZXK/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1370765143&sr=8-3&keywords=gigabyte+990fxa-ud7

Is it just the light or do the VRMs look different? Actually, I'm blind. The amazon version says 1.0 in the picture, the gigabyte website only lists 990FXA-UD7 1.x, and the sweclockers picture has a rev 3.0 in the corner.

This should kind of confirm that 990FX isn't going anywhere, and neither is the socket. I think these older boards are getting pulled for updates, like UEFI or better VRMs.

I saw that. Gigabyte has been sitting on a BIOS BETA revision for a long time now (11e). I think they will be compatible with AM3+, but thats just speculation on my part. The sign says gigabyte 'DualBIOS' right now all that is available is the 'Touch BIOS', and looks like rev 3.0 in the corner...but ...this could just be for an extension for Vishera SE while work continues on SR.
I think I'm going to flip a coin sd smile.gif

(yes there was a rev1.0 (no LLC) and rev 1.1 I own one of each. I wonder where rev 2.0 is lurking?
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LOL

ya got ya self a good one there! whooperin and hollerin!

''The Bad:

somehow, they're going to have to top this one... eventually''


wish i picked up on that psu! overkill is my kind of thing lol



how long do you think the ripple suppression lasts in a psu? i know those figures are from brandnew, so given time and degradation
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LOL

ya got ya self a good one there! whooperin and hollerin!

''The Bad:

somehow, they're going to have to top this one... eventually''


wish i picked up on that psu! overkill is my kind of thing lol



how long do you think the ripple suppression lasts in a psu? i know those figures are from brandnew, so given time and degradation

There used to be a factor called 'capacitor aging' that would be a percentage calculated and deducted from the PSU's potency when considering replacment and ongoing output ability. Capacitors and virtually all of the materials and components are so superior these days i really don't know how it works other than 'longer' LOL
i have a couple of Corsair PSU's here that read the same( within 3%) as the day I bought them, so I really don't know what the answer is to that.
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I recall UD7 disappeared for a while and it looks like Giga is going to bring it back for FX 9000 or something? Perhaps a rev with UEFI? The only 990FXA-UD7 on amazon right now is $400 new.

http://www.amazon.com/Gigabyte-GA-990FXA-UD7-AM3-990FX-ATX/dp/B0053P9ZXK/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1370765143&sr=8-3&keywords=gigabyte+990fxa-ud7

Is it just the light or do the VRMs look different? Actually, I'm blind. The amazon version says 1.0 in the picture, the gigabyte website only lists 990FXA-UD7 1.x, and the sweclockers picture has a rev 3.0 in the corner.

This should kind of confirm that 990FX isn't going anywhere, and neither is the socket. I think these older boards are getting pulled for updates, like UEFI or better VRMs.
I think VRMs, Seems the FX was slated at 125TDP but really turned out to be 140TDP. Probably why they released FX9000 as 220TDP to ensure proper power and heat preparedness.
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I am also thankful for all of the knowledge of those who post here. I mostly read this thread, but do ask a few questions or comment on others. Having said that I have a couple of questions.

1) Red 1776 - I love the review of the CHVFZ and agree that the components such as the caps are high end but I did notice the CHVFZ has 5K caps and that most other boards might have 2K caps. This I believe is in reference to longevity. Does this make a big difference and would that help with power delivery also or just how long the board might last?

2) I am using the optical output to a sound bar with a blue tooth wireless sub woofer. How do you think the sound I am getting compares to using high end PC speakers and the analog outputs or a high end sound card? How does the Extreme FX III stack up against various sound cards?

3) I have read a lot in here about the UD7and CHVFZ comparison, One other thing I like about the CHVFZ is the ROG connect. I like being able to have monitoring software running while I am clocking from my laptop. Does any other manufacturer have that feature on there boards?
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I recall UD7 disappeared for a while and it looks like Giga is going to bring it back for FX 9000 or something? Perhaps a rev with UEFI? The only 990FXA-UD7 on amazon right now is $400 new.

http://www.amazon.com/Gigabyte-GA-990FXA-UD7-AM3-990FX-ATX/dp/B0053P9ZXK/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1370765143&sr=8-3&keywords=gigabyte+990fxa-ud7

Is it just the light or do the VRMs look different? Actually, I'm blind. The amazon version says 1.0 in the picture, the gigabyte website only lists 990FXA-UD7 1.x, and the sweclockers picture has a rev 3.0 in the corner.

This should kind of confirm that 990FX isn't going anywhere, and neither is the socket. I think these older boards are getting pulled for updates, like UEFI or better VRMs.
I think VRMs, Seems the FX was slated at 125TDP but really turned out to be 140TDP. Probably why they released FX9000 as 220TDP to ensure proper power and heat preparedness.


... No.

Just no.

If you can't understand why that literally can not happen, I've got three letters for you: FCC
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yea i know one of the reasons i am going windows for it.

debating if i want a ssd or a hdd. prolly going ssd and keep my hdds in my main tower... ill keep a few 4tb drives there and fill them with my blurays... only thing i hate about buying blue rays is i have to keep them accessible. and that usually means i never watch them again XD as they go with my gaming collection while not in boxes is just not easy to acess. so i figure now i can just buy them. rip them. and box them and not worry about it anymore. and with the software kya suggested ( albeit i actually got the creme of the crop package at least that i could find. ) i can also move it to my phones which will be amazing when i goto china. just watch it on my phone and use my recharge battery to keep my phone alive. on that note i am designing an awesome battery to recharge usb devices with... gonna be epic and you can replace the battery easy, and very very small. but that will be a story for another time.

Nice. Sounds like story I'd like to here. And China sounds like an adventure, I haven't traveled for awhile. I miss it.
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Well, it works. Plug and play, as with anything else in linux.

You lose most of your shiny things Creative gives you; control panel, media server, stuff like that, but it doesn't cripple the hardware any.

Honestly... Don't buy a $200-250 card unless you're certain you can use it all. Look at something cheaper that you know will work. tongue.gif

Still, having "crossfire sound cards" is fun. (Yes, it's just a daughter card)

That is great and kind of sexy as far as sound cards go wink.gif I didn't think it worked yet. I don't think it is in the ALSA matrix. Maybe you could report that it works? I was really considering getting an old Live or Audigy, if I couldn't find a modern card that I liked. Only because they've worked with ALSA forever. I always have preferred creative cards. I bought my first SB Live to keep from using esd, in order to run multiple programs with audio. When I get a card, I might attempt to get rid of pulseaudio. I know most of my programs can use ALSA only instead, but I'm not sure about all of them.

It works in linux. It also works in Win8 with the generic drivers.

That doesn't mean it works to the best of it's ability, just that it works and outputs sound. Tested in OpenSUSE 12.3.
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