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I see you're running 2400 ram on that, have you upped the VCCIO and VCCSA. I think it's digital IO offset on that board. There'll be three voltages there that have to do with the memory and controller. For the 2400 ram try setting them both to a .20v offset, .15v minimum. The highspeed ram needs a bit of a push especially when you get into the higher clock speeds.

where did you find these (the VCCIO and VCCSA) voltages on the chvf-z
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where did you find these (the VCCIO and VCCSA) voltages on the chvf-z

I was responding to someone whao had switched to a 4770k/ Max Hero. Those options aren't on the CHV-z
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I was responding to someone whao had switched to a 4770k/ Max Hero. Those options aren't on the CHV-z

So i've been away for a little while but how did you end up going with the Catzilla results?

I pushed my cards a bit and took out the top CF 290 and second in the Single 290 1440p results smile.gif

http://hwbot.org/submission/2519198_sgt_bilko_catzilla___1440p_radeon_r9_290_7384_marks

http://hwbot.org/submission/2518655_sgt_bilko_catzilla___1440p_2x_radeon_r9_290_14220_marks
 
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a cool didnt notice that thought you were giving stabilty help to 2400mhz ram and the fx 8 cores
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It's nice, but there's little things that annoy me about it.

Along the bottom, most of the things don't have pin guards around them.
The PCI-e Molex is in just the dumbest position for cable management.
The RAM/PCI-e snaps are white.
The CPU-Aux is in an insanely bad place with the CPU fan and cap on either side like that.

It's miles and miles ahead of the Saber, but I feel like the best motherboard ever would be one where the parts are picked by ASUS and the board is built by Gigabyte.

I think it's sexy, a small percentage of users will employ quad-fire or LN2. With quad-fire you are better off with a UD7, for LN2, which is the only time you really need the extra 4 pin power, who cares where the connector is located because most who do use a test bench anyhow and are not worried. I like the Red, Black and White theme but the rest of my build is those colors so I am bias. You may ask why spend the money if you aren't going to use the features that cause the price to be higher and I say because it looks Sexy and it works awesome too by the way. The only real draw-back IMO is the position of the molex for extra PCI-E power. It does suck for cable management but is most likely in the best place to deliver the extra power needed for 3 and 4 card set-ups.

And yet, here's Gigabyte showing how an LN2 board can adress every problem I have with the Crosshair except for the PCI-e power;


... And then they screw up the color scheme and make it ugly.

But ya, I own one since I won it at the OCN LAN last year, wanna know what it looks like in a case?



You can have an LN2 board that works well in a normal case. It is possible. Which is why it annoys me that the single most expensive motherboard for 990FXA can't seem to do it.
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I'm so lonely in this thread being the only person who owns the ASRock 990FX Extreme9 tongue.gif


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ASRock likes to put on every feature they possibly can, but still try to make it cheap. Their power delivery suffers, and they don't overclock as well. A "Gamer" brand. (See: Fatal1ty)

Also I'm pretty sure this board has 12+2 Power Phase. rolleyes.gif (which is actually what 2 6+1 power phases? IDK it works well enough for me with max LLC the vdroop is... manageable.)

This motherboard makes me so sad. The gold caps are weird, but it matches. Solid black, good looking sinks... and then they took a page from ASUS and the PCB is brown. doh.gif

If you don't have any lights in the case no one would even know, but I just do not understand what is so hard about making a PCB that you want to be black, black.
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We could all go sexy looking but lets face it whos gonna see it in the dark redface.gif

Haven't none of u woke up in the morning and go damn.....i did that?

Everyone with a window on their case? Like mine, which comes stock with a full one?
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I'm so lonely in this thread being the only person who owns the ASRock 990FX Extreme9 tongue.gif


Also I'm pretty sure this board has 12+2 Power Phase. rolleyes.gif (which is actually what 2 6+1 power phases? IDK it works well enough for me with max LLC the vdroop is... manageable.)
I have the same board up and running for about one year now, it's super stable. thumb.gif
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I need another 8GB
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Yeah I agree Ive only been running it a week so occasionally when i boot up my heart stops when it doesn't show the bios screen the first time.

Quick tip; It's a Gigabyte. Always give it 30 seconds before panicking because;

The HPC restart means nothing.
The "bad OC" timeout is 20 seconds before it clears CMOS itself and reboots.
If for some reason your BIOS is actually corrupt, it takes a little bit for it to get the 2nd BIOS inline and fix it for you.

It takes a LOT to kill a Giga board, and you're not near the line. It took me a 1200w PSU and a loop spill to kill mine, and even then it was the only thing to die. Plus giga fixed it and got it back to me in under 2 weeks.

So stop worrying.
Wow that's one of the best things about Giga I ever heard! AHHHHH I see what you did there you sly sales rep! (just kidding biggrin.gif)You almost had me converted to Giga in just one post! tongue.gif

Well I do buy only Gigabyte when it comes to motherboards, but that was just me telling a new owner to not worry so much.

Asus is good too... when you pay the premium (Saber, Crosshair), and I have a grudging respect for MSI due to a particular GD80 owner in the thread, but Giga is my prefered. My reasoning is pretty simple...

ASUS makes boards that are feature packed, and very strong power phases, but come at a hefty premium. Usual opinion is "It won't break. But if it does, prepare for RMA hell or just buy a new one".

ASRock likes to put on every feature they possibly can, but still try to make it cheap. Their power delivery suffers, and they don't overclock as well. A "Gamer" brand. (See: Fatal1ty)

MSI doesn't have enough foothold in AMD's motherboards to even make an opinion. Same for Biostar and Sapphire.

Lastly, Gigabyte is the no nonsense "I will never die" brand. "Good enough" power delivery for high-tier overclocks, very thick PCB, they even support some ECC ram. When I pick up a motherboard I can tell it's a Giga by the weight and strength. But they don't have the features of Fatal1ty, or the power delivery of the Crosshair.

I don't care about the shiny sound card the Fatal1ty has, I have a ZxR. I don't need 12 CPU phases, I only use water. What I do care about is it needs to look reasonable (I'm looking at you ASUS... why must the Saber always look like someone vomit forest camo on it?), it needs to not bend when holding it by a side, or plugging in a SATA cable (ASRock...), it needs to not die on me, and I like a good/easy RMA process when available.

So... I buy Gigabyte. They have yet to disappoint me, after my; 990FXA-UD3 Rev 1.1 (2 of them), 970A-UD3 Rev 1.1 (2 of them) 990FXA-UD5 Rev 3.0, 890GPA-UD3H, Z87X-OC, GA-A75M-UD2H , and four 7870 Windforces. The only one to die was my fault for spilling water on it, and after RMA it works again.

I am a Gigabyte fanboy. teaching.gif

Bonus: Look at how beautiful this thing is and try to say you wouldn't use it. tongue.gif
Yes I also hate the ASUS Sabertooth colour scheme. Why cant they just keep the colours neutral like the UD3? Or better yet. And this might make things a BIT more expensive, but I have always thought mobo manufacturers SHOULD do this to their gaming and enthusiast lines. Why not put interchangeable plastic shrouds or trims over the heatsinks and other plastic accessories with multiple colour options so that you can buy any which board and have it match your colour scheme cause a lot of us build our rigs to match a colour scheme. I mean Saberkitty is ugly camo. Crosshair is red, I prefer blue and green in my rigs. I mean really!?! Asus and MSI their "gaming" ranges are ALWAYS red! Like WTH? Any way. END RANT

Now that is a SEXY board! I would slap that in my machine ANYDAY. What is that? UD7. If I kill this Asus board I will definitely check out one of the newer revision UD5 or 7's when I need to. Giga boards have nice colour schemes these days!

I also think MSI has come a long way. Before the 790FX-GD70 came on the scene I never considered their boards any good. Then that board came along and started to cause a fuss. I had the GD-65. I know I ditched it for this ASUS board. But thinking back on it I am sure if I was just willing to work with it a bit more the GD-65 would have delivered. And the GD-80 is definately a board I would buy. DAT BLUE! wubsmiley.gif
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So i've been away for a little while but how did you end up going with the Catzilla results?

I pushed my cards a bit and took out the top CF 290 and second in the Single 290 1440p results smile.gif

http://hwbot.org/submission/2519198_sgt_bilko_catzilla___1440p_radeon_r9_290_7384_marks

http://hwbot.org/submission/2518655_sgt_bilko_catzilla___1440p_2x_radeon_r9_290_14220_marks


I did manage to beat my previous scores I had with the 4770 using the 9370. I had to get it up to 5.4G to do it but I did.

http://hwbot.org/submission/2519721_johan45_catzilla___720p_2x_geforce_gtx_770_29104_marks

The 1440p test surprised me the most though. 720p I barely beat the 4770ks score but in the 1440p I pulverized it. Scored a full 2000 points higher which I thought was amazing.

http://hwbot.org/submission/2519724_johan45_catzilla___1440p_2x_geforce_gtx_770_12100_marks

Then I reran all my subs with single cards and also my pair of 580s and the results were the same. I was glad I did it afterward. It's the first 3D bench that I have managed to best mt i7 in.

Check this
http://hwbot.org/submission/2520221_johan45_catzilla___1440p_geforce_gtx_580_7354_marks

Not too shabby for an old GTX 580 is it, only 50 pts behind your 290
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I did manage to beat my previous scores I had with the 4770 using the 9370. I had to get it up to 5.4G to do it but I did.

http://hwbot.org/submission/2519721_johan45_catzilla___720p_2x_geforce_gtx_770_29104_marks

The 1440p test surprised me the most though. 720p I barely beat the 4770ks score but in the 1440p I pulverized it. Scored a full 2000 points higher which I thought was amazing.

http://hwbot.org/submission/2519724_johan45_catzilla___1440p_2x_geforce_gtx_770_12100_marks

Then I reran all my subs with single cards and also my pair of 580s and the results were the same. I was glad I did it afterward. It's the first 3D bench that I have managed to best mt i7 in.

nice work thumb.gif

for some reason it seems the the FX chips do better at higher res than their Intel counterparts.

I'd love to explore this a bit more but seeing as i'm on 1080p for a while i can only emulate it in benches.
 
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nice work thumb.gif

for some reason it seems the the FX chips do better at higher res than their Intel counterparts.

I'd love to explore this a bit more but seeing as i'm on 1080p for a while i can only emulate it in benches.

Got me but it does appear that way. Although I think this bench is set up a bit differently than most and adjust a bit for hardware used. Did you see the single 580 I posted that was 50 pts behind your 290??
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