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Agreed. thumb.gif

"When a UD3 can support 2 cards to run at PCIe 2.0 at X16. Who gets the last lachen.gif " Is not true for all Z97 or Z87 boards. But to call the board on subject a decent one, NO. Right? biggrin.gif
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I didn't even notice the PCI thing lol, actually a good point. I'm actually surprised the UD3 supports that, I knew it was good for the money, but not that good biggrin.gif
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The newer UD3s are not that good for the Octas as well.. biggrin.gif Especially for High Clocks and Low binned chips.
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The newer UD3s are not that good for the Octas as well.. biggrin.gif Especially for High Clocks and Low binned chips.

Ah, so better for the 6 cores then. IMHO the M5A99FX Pro 2.0 is the best bang for the buck 990FX board biggrin.gif it can handle a FX 9590, given good airflow on the VRM's
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That was a typo, but that board can easily get a 4790k maxed out(or at least where half decent cooling can bring it). I'm not arguing that Intel = better for the money lol, I'm running a FX 8320 with decent cooling myself. I just said that custom loops usually aren't worth the money, as a custom loop can take a vishera to 4.8-5.2Ghz, which is not much more than a H80i. At that point, you may as well just get the H80i and put more money towards the CPU or another part of the system. Again, I'm not trying to compare Intel and AMD, just talking about low gains for too much money tongue.gif

Owning a fatality killer board albeit 990fx board i must agree with kyad... they really do put the fatality name to shame... this thing is so hard to get and keep my overclocks stable due to the vdroop and inconsistancy in vdroop i dunno if the Xxx boards have llc and the like of options but from an overclocking standpoint these boards are pretty lax... i have to say if you arent overclocking much it does fine... but seeing an overclock of over 900 on this one is being quite the challenge... im getting around .14 to .17 vdroop from the bios setting to the under load which often doesnt droop consistantly with load so its getting very hard to gauge how high a voltage i need to be ibt stable with it for instance when pushing for 4.6+ with my 8320 i have had it set to 1.512 in the bios and still seeing around 1.35 under load in windows... since the board only goes to 1.55 hard locked there you go i would never hit 4.8 OR 5.0 with this board EVER..

Supposedly this board will do 3 pcie at x16 2.0 but i will never see if thats true or not.. also price hasnt dropped enough on the m.2 to make it an option for me although it does catch my eye...the killer NIC option i must admit i like it helps my ping in alot of games by a pretty good margin of 40ms or so which is good for a simple hardware difference...120 to 80 is a pretty significant change
Edited by mfknjadagr8 - 8/28/14 at 8:23pm
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That was a typo, but that board can easily get a 4790k maxed out(or at least where half decent cooling can bring it). I'm not arguing that Intel = better for the money lol, I'm running a FX 8320 with decent cooling myself. I just said that custom loops usually aren't worth the money, as a custom loop can take a vishera to 4.8-5.2Ghz, which is not much more than a H80i. At that point, you may as well just get the H80i and put more money towards the CPU or another part of the system. Again, I'm not trying to compare Intel and AMD, just talking about low gains for too much money tongue.gif

Owning a fatality killer board albeit 990fx board i must agree with kyad... they really do put the fatality name to shame... this thing is so hard to get and keep my overclocks stable due to the vdroop and inconsistancy in vdroop i dunno if the Xxx boards have llc and the like of options but from an overclocking standpoint these boards are pretty lax... i have to say if you arent overclocking much it does fine... but seeing an overclock of over 900 on this one is being quite the challenge... im getting around .14 to .17 vdroop from the bios setting to the under load which often doesnt droop consistantly with load so its getting very hard to gauge how high a voltage i need to be ibt stable with it for instance when pushing for 4.6+ with my 8320 i have had it set to 1.512 in the bios and still seeing around 1.35 under load in windows... since the board only goes to 1.55 hard locked there you go i would never hit 4.8 OR 5.0 with this board EVER..

Supposedly this board will do 3 pcie at x16 2.0 but i will never see if thats true or not.. also price hasnt dropped enough on the m.2 to make it an option for me although it does catch my eye...the killer NIC option i must admit i like it helps my ping in alot of games by a pretty good margin of 40ms or so which is good for a simple hardware difference...120 to 80 is a pretty significant change

Not to be a jerk, but I was speaking of the Intel board in question. Fatal1ty in general is never top notch, but that one managed to drag the name down even harder.

And no, your board only has 42 PCI-e lanes, and 32 of those for the GPU slots. It'll run in x16/x8/x8.
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Not to be a jerk, but I was speaking of the Intel board in question. Fatal1ty in general is never top notch, but that one managed to drag the name down even harder.

And no, your board only has 42 PCI-e lanes, and 32 of those for the GPU slots. It'll run in x16/x8/x8.
No youre not i understand what you mean i didnt research the board a whole lot as there wasnt alot of information when i bought it...wouldnt be the first time information on a manufacturers website was wrong but asrocks website says 3 x16 i dunno how that could be when right under it it says crossfire x8, x8,x4 or quad sli x8,x8...
http://www.asrock.com/microsite/Fatal1tyKiller/Fatal1ty%20990FX%20Killer.html
i wish there had been.. wouldve saved me from buying a new board 6 months later ;0
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they are x16slots, that doesnt mean they are wired for x16
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they are x16slots, that doesnt mean they can work at x16 at the same time (3 of them).
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what exactly is your point. we could of told you this, as they are reading the same sensors
no, they really are not, all the way down to the trace layout,

the z is better, but not worth the upgrade going from a non z to a z

Thanks for the information, didn't know they were entirely different boards. I intend to keep this board till I upgrade to DDR4 as it works fine and was great for the price (second hand for 150 USD).
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Intel, because PCI-e 3.0 x8 is faster than 2.0 x16, and they can do it with fewer traces which cost less.

For that particular board though... It's just really bad. It even does the Fatal1ty name shame.

PCI-E 3 is unnecessary right now, there is no difference between 2 and 3 as of yet. That will change in the future of course but now it's just a gimmick.
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That was a typo, but that board can easily get a 4790k maxed out(or at least where half decent cooling can bring it). I'm not arguing that Intel = better for the money lol, I'm running a FX 8320 with decent cooling myself. I just said that custom loops usually aren't worth the money, as a custom loop can take a vishera to 4.8-5.2Ghz, which is not much more than a H80i. At that point, you may as well just get the H80i and put more money towards the CPU or another part of the system. Again, I'm not trying to compare Intel and AMD, just talking about low gains for too much money tongue.gif

You don't see people buying cheap coolers for Intel systems and expensive ones for AMD, thus the price difference remains and considering the very small price difference between an H80i and an H100i only those whose cases can't accommodate an H100i should go for an H80, otherwise there is no point.
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