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Hey guys, me again tongue.gif i've been thinking of changing my motherboard for a better overclocking performance. At the moment i have an Asus m5a99x evo 2.0 and was thinking of going with a sabertooth or crosshair. Would the crosshair be worth the extra money from an overclocking point of view? I'm not going to sport more than 2 video cards ever. Thank you.

as most don't need A CHVFZ, This board is overkill..

has some really nice features, but to make the most out of the board and use almost all its special feature you would need to be cooling you chip with LN2

that being said I would not hesitate to recommend the Saberkitty (sabertooth) on the same level as CHVF without a few features and more sensors.

iirc CHVF has a higher max voltage available to it. and iirc the CHVF trumps the saberkitty for super high mem overclocks.(that being said i'm sure both can do 2133/2400 no problem)


if you need ROGconnect, and more settings then you know how to set, and LN2 overclocking the CHVF is for you.. if not the CHVF is really just epeen unless you are OCDish about your color schem.

great board, don't get me wrong but when much of the same can be had from the sabertooth and 80-90 cheaper to boot Its hard to tell people to go CHVF
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quick Question, is FPS loss in games due to not enough voltage going to the CPU? My 8320 doesnt crash doing stress tests. I was playing Crysis 2, is it better for Intel CPU's? Its set to 4.8 @ 1.344 vCore, but it did jump to 4.9 @ 1.56. Is it a voltage prob? or just the AMD cant hold up to intel? I"m using a 770 GTX as well. Would OCing that help? My temps are fine, lets see 37c on the CPU and 46c on the CPU socket during 4.9Ghz playing Crysys 2.
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Do you have another CMOS battery to try? One thing I would like you to try as well if you have multiple OC profiles saved try overwriting one, if the name changes but not the actual settings you're going to need to re-flash your BIOS. This is one of my indicators. If I notice this behaviour I kow it's time since I've scrambled it's brains from too many crashes. Happens a lot when I mes with the ram. These new UEFI bios tend to be a bit weak when it comes to that.
The thinner rads will run quieter though. You won't need the High SP fans as much as CFM. Pushing air through the thicker rads takes more OOMPH .
Wait somebody said OOMPH. DELTA MEGA FAST FANS
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Wait somebody said OOMPH. DELTA MEGA FAST FANS

LOL..

Actually read a review about XSPC's RX line to have a decent coolimhg capability even at low fan speeds even with that thickness.

BTW, will this be good for the rad?
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quick Question, is FPS loss in games due to not enough voltage going to the CPU? My 8320 doesnt crash doing stress tests. I was playing Crysis 2, is it better for Intel CPU's? Its set to 4.8 @ 1.344 vCore, but it did jump to 4.9 @ 1.56. Is it a voltage prob? or just the AMD cant hold up to intel? I"m using a 770 GTX as well. Would OCing that help? My temps are fine, lets see 37c on the CPU and 46c on the CPU socket during 4.9Ghz playing Crysys 2.

Did you test the clock speeds properly? Prime 95 Blend for at least 2 hours/ IBT for 20 runs on high?
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LOL..

Actually read a review about XSPC's RX line to have a decent coolimhg capability even at low fan speeds even with that thickness.

BTW, will this be good for the rad?

They look good, what kind of price tag though??
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Wait somebody said OOMPH. DELTA MEGA FAST FANS

I'm glad you liked that and ya those Deltas can really wind up and go. Guess it's ok if you use headphones ha ha
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They look good, what kind of price tag though??

Same price as the Corsair SPs performance pack. From where I'm at.. Half the price of gentle typhoons.

They're quite loud at full tilt. But nothing compared to the 35mm Yates. And produced same if not more CFMs and pushes/pulls air harder.
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i have not used prime, and the IBT on standard and high comes back with crititcal error, but not system shutdown.
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Same price as the Corsair SPs performance pack. From where I'm at.. Half the price of gentle typhoons.

They're quite loud at full tilt. But nothing compared to the 35mm Yates. And produced same if not more CFMs and pushes/pulls air harder.

Those Corsairs are a waste IMO, they really aren't that good unless you overvolt them. The specs looked pretty good on the the ones you posted.

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i have not used prime, and the IBT on standard and high comes back with crititcal error, but not system shutdown.

Then you're not stable. You should at least be able to pass IBT on high.
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Those Corsairs are a waste IMO, they really aren't that good unless you overvolt them. The specs looked pretty good on the the ones you posted.

why arent they good? Why do u need to over volt them

i got 6 on my rad and get great cooling

very good rad fans thumb.gif
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