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Originally Posted by KyadCK View Post

5... I'm not about to use a hackalong solution that will cause me problems in the future and every other saved profile to save me maybe 5 seconds every few weeks.

It's nice, but there's little things that annoy me about it.

1~Along the bottom, most of the things don't have pin guards around them.
2~The PCI-e Molex is in just the dumbest position for cable management.
3~The RAM/PCI-e snaps are white.
4~The CPU-Aux is in an insanely bad place with the CPU fan and cap on either side like that.
1 that is a huge like for me, esp on giga boards i can not fit ( nor have i seen a module that can ) a tpm mod in it
2 yes your right
3no pref
4same as 3
5 thats fine, but that is how you fix it

as to the truely black i love this board
http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/RAMPAGE_IV_BLACK_EDITION/
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Originally Posted by Alastair View Post

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
yes ud7 and you want a 1.1 if you can
for the record i like saberkittys colors and red is the in color
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Originally Posted by cpmee View Post

Out of all the features on the Asus boards, I think I like the silly Q-connector the best. Its simple and brilliant. All motherboards should have had it standard for the past 20 years.
i hate them lol esp with quadfire/trifire they just get in the way
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I strongly disagree, i have the UD5 rev 1.1 and have had ZERO problems and i clocked my CPU to 5.2ghz once... I even run my CPU at 5ghz and 2400Mhz RAM for some time with zero problems.

The boards you revering to were indeed problem boards and the one had no LLC and the other had vrm issues or whatsoever. But saying that Asus is the best board sounds pretty ignorant to me.

Yes Asus have good boards but i think if you tried the UD5 rev 1.1 you would say the same about Gigabyte. you simply bash on a brand because there are some faulty boards.

yea.... no i DO own them, and i can hands down say the gigabyte is EXTREMELY INFERIOR in many cases, the ones that stand out the most are ram, you can not push ram as far as i did on either of my asus boards, and please note i do have a 1.1 970ud3 as well and my experiences MIRROR each other you like it great, they are not bad boards, but there is a reason extreme users ( meaning benching and ocing ) use asus. there are several other areas as well, you can not push cpu/nb nearly as far as you can not control cpu.nb llc, vrm freq, on that note cpu vrm freq. and a whole other plethora of things, best thing about asus imo is usb bios flashback,

also to note i can not go anywhere near my max ocs on gigaboards, they simply will not boot, even using slow ram, ( 1600 ) when on the sabertooth i could hit 5.55 ghz with EASE
asus also have their own faults and bad boards, but if i have a asus board that would natively support quadfire, i would switch in less then a heartbeat ( i am semi actively searching for a xpander, although it is no where near the forefront, i am first saving for a decent CNC and 3dprinter and a few other higher end tools )

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You are most welcome smile.gif

Pity we don't have PCIe 3.0 on the majority of 990FX boards, I know it's not needed but it would still be nice.
In fact there is only one board with PCI Gen3 and that particular feature on that board seems to be buggy. Juts look into the AMD dev forums.
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http://valid.canardpc.com/248m2w

Folding steady at 53C thanks to this big 'ol 480 radiator, lol.
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http://valid.canardpc.com/248m2w

Folding steady at 53C thanks to this big 'ol 480 radiator, lol.
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I am not ignorant. I don't appreciate your arrogance. I own all of these boards and have put them through there paces. I have hands on experience with this hardware and am a seasoned professional. I shared my experience and therefore my opinion after having run the boards. And others will share there opinion as well and I consider that good healthy conversation. We can learn a lot from the exchange and from one another concerning all of the hardware and I'm glad that you have had a good experience with your board and are willing to share that, but calling someone such as myself ignorant is uncalled for and I didn't like that at all.

I dare say that I am not the ignorant one in this particular case.

Edit: Just to clear something up, I have always used Gigabyte boards. I've got a closet full of them and for what I use them for I love them. And I think my UD5's are just beautiful boards. It's just that for this particular chip I feel that Asus just has the best board to support this processor. I Prefer the bios on the Asus boards much more than the Gigaboards and I don't have to jump through hoops to make the bios work the way it should.


Okay, okay, i apologize that was a little over the edge.

But honestly, my UD5 rev 1.1 is performing flawlessly, i can run my RAM at 2400MHz, i can get the max out of my chip which is 5.2Ghz, the VRM is fine and it does not throttle down or anything.

Like i said, its the rev 1.0, 1.2 and 3.0 that were not performing like expected, especially the UD3. They have big VRM heat issues and some UIFI bios were a pain to use.


Let me ask you this, did you own the UD5 rev 1.1? and so yes, what were your troubles with it? I mean, i can do what ever i want with this board and and honestly i did not hear any complaints from people over in the Gigabyte thread that the rev 1.1 was bad.
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1 that is a huge like for me, esp on giga boards i can not fit ( nor have i seen a module that can ) a tpm mod in it
2 yes your right
3no pref
4same as 3
5 thats fine, but that is how you fix it

as to the truely black i love this board
http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/RAMPAGE_IV_BLACK_EDITION/
just sexy yessir.gif
yes ud7 and you want a 1.1 if you can
for the record i like saberkittys colors and red is the in color
i hate them lol esp with quadfire/trifire they just get in the way
yea.... no i DO own them, and i can hands down say the gigabyte is EXTREMELY INFERIOR in many cases, the ones that stand out the most are ram, you can not push ram as far as i did on either of my asus boards, and please note i do have a 1.1 970ud3 as well and my experiences MIRROR each other you like it great, they are not bad boards, but there is a reason extreme users ( meaning benching and ocing ) use asus. there are several other areas as well, you can not push cpu/nb nearly as far as you can not control cpu.nb llc, vrm freq, on that note cpu vrm freq. and a whole other plethora of things, best thing about asus imo is usb bios flashback,

also to note i can not go anywhere near my max ocs on gigaboards, they simply will not boot, even using slow ram, ( 1600 ) when on the sabertooth i could hit 5.55 ghz with EASE
asus also have their own faults and bad boards, but if i have a asus board that would natively support quadfire, i would switch in less then a heartbeat ( i am semi actively searching for a xpander, although it is no where near the forefront, i am first saving for a decent CNC and 3dprinter and a few other higher end tools )

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Okay, you have the UD7 rev 1.1 right?

A while back you said you like the board and could overclock just as high as the Asus boards, you said that in the gigabyte thread.

And the UD7 can support quadfire natively.

About max overclocks, i have had my RAM set to 2400Mhz and my CPU at 5.2Gz max, both at the same time. Maybe i am lucky with this board? i don't know but i know that i can get the max out of my RAM and CPU before it overheats because my cooler cannot cope with the huge amount of heat this chip produces at those high clocks.
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Okay, you have the UD7 rev 1.1 right?

A while back you said you like the board and could overclock just as high as the Asus boards, you said that in the gigabyte thread.

And the UD7 can support quadfire natively.

About max overclocks, i have had my RAM set to 2400Mhz and my CPU at 5.2Gz max, both at the same time. Maybe i am lucky with this board? i don't know but i know that i can get the max out of my RAM and CPU before it overheats because my cooler cannot cope with the huge amount of heat this chip produces at those high clocks.

This is not really quoting you mate..

just wanna ask about the copious amount of heat our chip produce.

Anybody here can confirm how does the FX 8 cores heat production compare to the 6 core intels?

I know FX produce a lot of heat but, isn't our overclocking limited by the fact that our heat ceiling is lower than those intels?

or thes FX really produce a lot more heat compared to intel using the same cooler?
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This is not really quoting you mate..

just wanna ask about the copious amount of heat our chip produce.

Anybody here can confirm how does the FX 8 cores heat production compare to the 6 core intels?

I know FX produce a lot of heat but, isn't our overclocking limited by the fact that our heat ceiling is lower than those intels?

or thes FX really produce a lot more heat compared to intel using the same cooler?

SB-E hexacores produce even more heat than FX octocores when both are overclocked. IB-E sips in comparison.
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Got another question, i started testing my overclocks for a first stability test with 20 runs of IBT and got to around 4.6 @ 1.42 with IBT saying passed. Unfortunately when starting blend on prime95 a worker almost immediately stops. What could be the cause/ what could i do? Thank you.
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My gues is low V_Core or CPU_NB . What settings did you test at with IBT. Standard?? Just out of curiosity drop you multi so you're running 4.5 and test with P95 again see if you have the same results.
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