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1.0 does not have LLC.
1.1 does.

Thanks. Now I have to find a UD7 1.1 (or later?)
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Those of you looking to buy the H100i they are on a 24 hour sale right now at newegg $99.99

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835181032&nm_mc=EMC-GD111812&cm_mmc=EMC-GD111812-_-Index-_-WaterCooling-_-35181032-E04C
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Same here frown.gif
In other news, I somehow managed to corrupt my OS installation while OCing and trying out new BIOSs. First time EVER! Lol:o:p

Just me, but when that happens I first run a memory test and check for bad/damaged Ram

@ Anibus, what CK said. I'm not sure but I think from Newegg and the like they are out of the UD7 rev 1.0 stock. But yes make sure you get a rev 1.1 if you go with the 7
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Same here frown.gif
In other news, I somehow managed to corrupt my OS installation while OCing and trying out new BIOSs. First time EVER! Lol:o:p

Yes, I did the same! It's amazing how this never, ever happened on my Gigabyte MA790X-UDP4 board, even with core-unlocking and overclocking together, but I somehow snookered my Win7 install with a 990FXA-UD3 board by simply unlocking the cores and moving the clock rate up a couple of hundred MHz from stock 3.1GHz. I guess now that I'm using the PII's DDR3 memory controller instead of the DDR2 memory controller, all bets are off for OS read/write checksum safety!
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Just me, but when that happens I first run a memory test and check for bad/damaged Ram
@ Anibus, what CK said. I'm not sure but I think from Newegg and the like they are out of the UD7 rev 1.0 stock. But yes make sure you get a rev 1.1 if you go with the 7

Yeah, I noticed one listing for the UD7 on newegg.ca said 'discontinued', and when I did another search for 'Gigabyte 990FXA-UD7', the result was exactly the same board and description, but saying in stock, but 'no reviews yet.' This second one must be the 1.1 version, but it doesn't actually say so anywhere. I'm not exactly keen on guessing the rev. # for a $200 motherboard and paying $9.00 shipping to find out it's a 1.0 after all. There are a couple of UD7s listed on canadacomputers.com, the only decent local store in my city, but none of them are in my city. I'll call tomorrow and ask those stores that have them if any of them are rev. 1.1, and if so, I'll order it, but even if any of them are 1.1, it'll take until this coming Friday to get it. I guess it's not so bad, since I don't even have the 8350 chip yet anyhow.

By the way, is it just my imagination, or are there more 990FX boards suddenly showing up on newegg? For example, last time I checked a few days ago this ECS A990FXM-A DELUXE:

http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813135320

Just wondering, as it almost seems like the Vishera has suddenly re-energized the AMD enthusiast motherboard market again for the first time since before Bulldozer's release. It almost seems like all these motherboard makers with 990X/990FX motherboards they'd built and stockpiled in anticipation of Bulldozer, but never sold, are suddenly opening up their storage vaults and sending them over to distributors because the Vishera chips are actually selling pretty well.
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Just me, but when that happens I first run a memory test and check for bad/damaged Ram
@ Anibus, what CK said. I'm not sure but I think from Newegg and the like they are out of the UD7 rev 1.0 stock. But yes make sure you get a rev 1.1 if you go with the 7

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Originally Posted by anubis44 View Post

Yes, I did the same! It's amazing how this never, ever happened on my Gigabyte MA790X-UDP4 board, even with core-unlocking and overclocking together, but I somehow snookered my Win7 install with a 990FXA-UD3 board by simply unlocking the cores and moving the clock rate up a couple of hundred MHz from stock 3.1GHz. I guess now that I'm using the PII's DDR3 memory controller instead of the DDR2 memory controller, all bets are off for OS read/write checksum safety!

My money is on Asus changing something in bios on the uefi side because it was during booting that it kept locking up, even on stock clocks.
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Has anyone done any research on the affect of new chips on crossfire? I've notice an increase in responsiveness in BF3 on my crossfire as compared to my old 1090t.
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Has anyone done any research on the affect of new chips on crossfire? I've notice an increase in responsiveness in BF3 on my crossfire as compared to my old 1090t.

970BE vs 8320 graphics score with 6970 crossfire:

http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4193465
http://www.3dmark.com/3dm11/4941255

More or less the same.
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Pretty sure the thread and list are on auto-pilot now, haven't even seen Raven in the "viewing" list recently.
LOL poor Raven, he had a rough couple of days eh? I think he got so mad at his H80, H100, motherboard issues, and low overclocking chip that he's somewhere in the woods miles from civilization burning his entire rig in a maniacal laughter.
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Yeah, I noticed one listing for the UD7 on newegg.ca said 'discontinued', and when I did another search for 'Gigabyte 990FXA-UD7', the result was exactly the same board and description, but saying in stock, but 'no reviews yet.' This second one must be the 1.1 version, but it doesn't actually say so anywhere. I'm not exactly keen on guessing the rev. # for a $200 motherboard and paying $9.00 shipping to find out it's a 1.0 after all. There are a couple of UD7s listed on canadacomputers.com, the only decent local store in my city, but none of them are in my city. I'll call tomorrow and ask those stores that have them if any of them are rev. 1.1, and if so, I'll order it, but even if any of them are 1.1, it'll take until this coming Friday to get it. I guess it's not so bad, since I don't even have the 8350 chip yet anyhow.
By the way, is it just my imagination, or are there more 990FX boards suddenly showing up on newegg? For example, last time I checked a few days ago this ECS A990FXM-A DELUXE:
http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813135320
Just wondering, as it almost seems like the Vishera has suddenly re-energized the AMD enthusiast motherboard market again for the first time since before Bulldozer's release. It almost seems like all these motherboard makers with 990X/990FX motherboards they'd built and stockpiled in anticipation of Bulldozer, but never sold, are suddenly opening up their storage vaults and sending them over to distributors because the Vishera chips are actually selling pretty well.

Dude just buy a board already. I understand you want the best bang for buck deal but this has been going on for a week. You need a board, so just buy one.
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LOL poor Raven, he had a rough couple of days eh? I think he got so mad at his H80, H100, motherboard issues, and low overclocking chip that he's somewhere in the woods miles from civilization burning his entire rig in a maniacal laughter.

He's bought an Intel set up by the looks of his signature. rolleyes.gif Quitting when things don't go smoothly is loosersville. Problems can occur whichever platform you choose to build.
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