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Everything ive been told and read with ibt should be set to high or very high for best results I can run through 20 runs of standard and it takes about four minutes...doesn't seem that would syress an overclock at all really

Should be set to Very High or maximum.
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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.
no rev 3.0, and for 24/7 oc it is fine, and for the record i quoted red and said on CVFZ saberkitty and UD7 he got the sameish ocs with the saberkitty getting 100mghz more,

lucky no you have extremely low expectations, as you never have owned a sabertooth or a CVFz when i bench the ud7 shows how poor it is, as i said esp in memory ocs , it does have soem strong points, IF the FSB strengths but it really does not make up for .... anything else
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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?

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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.

i disagree. i am not temp limited on my intel i am max volts before degradation but i mean i am .2v higher on my amd, so... yea
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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.
Yeah IBT was at standard. CPU_NB was at 1.225 and the ram i left at 1420Mhz with 1.5 voltage. I have to push to about 1.47 to not fail in prime in the first few minutes but the temps get pretty high. At 1.42 after IBT max on core was 61 and 65 on socket.

thats the reason, standards isnt a very stressful test
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Yeah IBT was at standard. CPU_NB was at 1.225 and the ram i left at 1420Mhz with 1.5 voltage. I have to push to about 1.47 to not fail in prime in the first few minutes but the temps get pretty high. At 1.42 after IBT max on core was 61 and 65 on socket.

Everything ive been told and read with ibt should be set to high or very high for best results I can run through 20 runs of standard and it takes about four minutes...doesn't seem that would syress an overclock at all really
that depends on how much ram you have but i recommend custom with 90% memory
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i disagree. i am not temp limited on my intel i am max volts before degradation but i mean i am .2v higher on my amd, so... yea

I was actually asking if, I mean, how does the heat generation of AMD FX chips compared to Intel hexas if given the same cooler at max overclock the cooler can give or a user can achieve.. So yeah, extreme coolers like a custom loop will not limit your intel since intel has set a max TEMP of 90 degrees while AMD FX were limited to 70.

Putting it clearly, if given an H100i for example, with very good fans, while we know many user of H100 can reach 5GHz on AMD chips, and Intel can be given 4.8 or 4.9 GHz as high OC, of course Intel will have a higher Temp since the limit is 90 as I mentioned.

But what if you consider mild OCs? 4.5 for AMD as a norm, and say, 4.2 for Intel on mediocre boards?

But yeah, this clearly isn't an apple to apple comparison. biggrin.gif Just fanboy stuff like I mentioned.
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For the record, if Asus made a native 4 card crossfire I would be using that. However I own 3 Ud7's and all of them have performed tremendously both CPU/GPU/and ram OC's

I have loaded all of my UD7's up with quadfire, heavy CPU OC and heavy Ram OC and pushed to the limits. I really like and own two CHV-z's and have even run quad crossfire using a passive PCIE riser (it just gets a bit messy and hard to make look right. The Saberkitty Just has superior tech and the latest in caps, transducers chokes and memory topology. If I had my druthers  ASUS would make a native 4 card PCIE layout. still I cannot complain about my UD7's, they really have performed wonderfully with an insane amount of demand and voltage pushed thru them ( I am speaking of the version 1.1 or better with LLC)

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For the record, i miss gurty


what did u want other day my man, giving me a free gfx card?

you know u want to haha

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So red, what would you consider people to think that you will likely recommend the Kitty regardless of Quad-fire, Budget and looks? biggrin.gif

Actually just wanna ask if, what revision for the Kitty to consider? tongue.gif
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I was doing some FSB hole testing on the CHV-z today and I can tell you that 300-380 is clear on my board/CPU http://valid.canardpc.com/w5wypt
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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.

My experience with my Giga boards was mostly bios related. All of the boards bios seem unpolished as if they were hurried to market. Certain things either don't function or you have to find workarounds to make it go. Lots of different problems with every single Gigaboard I've tried. The worst in my experience were the UD3s. I sent those back. Admittedly my 1.1 board was much better than my 1.0 but it wouldn't perform well as far bus and ram overclocking. Vrms were cool and all that but it just wouldn't overclock like the Asus boards do. The exact same hardware in my Asus boards just flies.

Now mind you this is just my own experience with the Gigaboards and my own personal opinions.
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So red, what would you consider people to think that you will likely recommend the Kitty regardless of Quad-fire, Budget and looks? biggrin.gif

Actually just wanna ask if, what revision for the Kitty to consider? tongue.gif

 

 

well I don't have a problem with the looks, price at all. I reviewed it and if you care to have a look it will answer your question in great detail. (it's a pretty in depth review) you can do quad fire on it obviously, I am just not a fan of dual GPU cards.

 

now to your question Rev 2.0 :)

 

 

http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/asus_sabertooth990fx_r2_review/2.htm

 

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The Sabertooth is a very capable board and definitely the R2. R1 and R3 have some issues of their own. Most of the major E-tailers here pulled the R3 shortly after release.
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