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Yeah its one hell of an improvement man i can tell you that right of the bat. As for aesthetics, i still think its ugly but not as ugly like i mentioned before besides, the performance is superb compare to the UD5 so when i get it back i am going to sell the UD5 and keep my sabertooth thumb.gif

Performance will not change from board to board, unless it was having issues with throttling or you can achieve higher clock rates. I agree the Sabertooth is one ugly board. I wish they had thermal armor on it, so people could remove it and paint the color of their choice. When my UD3 rev 1.0 lan and some usb ports died I was going to get the Sabertooth. Then I decided to get the Extreme 9 mainly because I couldn't cope with the ugliness of the Sabertooth. Its a good board though for sure, that is if you like ugly.
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Performance will not change from board to board, unless it was having issues with throttling or you can achieve higher clock rates. I agree the Sabertooth is one ugly board. I wish they had thermal armor on it, so people could remove it and paint the color of their choice. When my UD3 rev 1.0 lan and some usb ports died I was going to get the Sabertooth. Then I decided to get the Extreme 9 mainly because I couldn't cope with the ugliness of the Sabertooth. Its a good board though for sure, that is if you like ugly.

I wouldn't call my CHV pretty but I don't spend days staring at it so it doesn't matter to me.
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Sabertooth is very sexy....





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I wouldn't call my CHV pretty but I don't spend days staring at it so it doesn't matter to me.

CHV's look good.

I have to stare at my system anytime I use my computer, it sits on my desk next to me with a big window :-)
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Im tryin to find some review's on 8350's and quad sli/xfire and showing that the 8350 can handle it just fine. I cannot remember if it was in this thread or not with a user that shows it.. I think @megaman has showed the post before.. Can u guys point me in the right direction.
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Im tryin to find some review's on 8350's and quad sli/xfire and showing that the 8350 can handle it just fine. I cannot remember if it was in this thread or not with a user that shows it.. I think @megaman has showed the post before.. Can u guys point me in the right direction.

Check this[URL] http://www.overclock.net/t/1473361/amd-high-performance-project-by-red1776[/URL]

Red is also active here. Hit him up. Megaman has also been building quad GPUs built within an AMD system for quite a while now.
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Check this[URL] http://www.overclock.net/t/1473361/amd-high-performance-project-by-red1776[/URL]

Red is also active here. Hit him up. Megaman has also been building quad GPUs built within an AMD system for quite a while now.

Thanks, i see some screenies running benches, but id like to see game screenies with cpu usage. Love this forum... Now only if i had more money to just be able to run these tests myself. lol
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Im tryin to find some review's on 8350's and quad sli/xfire and showing that the 8350 can handle it just fine. I cannot remember if it was in this thread or not with a user that shows it.. I think @megaman has showed the post before.. Can u guys point me in the right direction.

All depends on resolution and the application in question.

A blanket statement can't really cover it, In some games they can and others they can't (dependant on resolution as well)

It also depends on whether the app has a Profile for that many GPU's as well, Generally Quad-fire has alot of issues same with Quad SLI but in most things Trifire works alright.

EDIT: Here's a couple of scaling tests that were in the thread a while ago
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*****AMD FX PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT*****

I know many of you may have heard that AMD FX is not Recommended for Multi-GPU configurations @ 1080p or at all. I bring proof if you needed any at all, to show that in fact, AMD FX is just fine for Multi-GPU configurations even @ 1080p.

Warning: I did not overclock this system, it is in fact stock and this may anger Overclocking advocates.
Warning: what your about to see may anger Intel advocates. Please use with caution...




Source: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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2xGPU

3xGPU

4xGPU



Source: Could have run this with higher settings but i was lazy. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Source: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


I was skeptical about all the cpu critics claiming "CPU bottleneck" in many threads. So i dumped my I7 for an AMD FX to do this exact thing. I wanted to see first hand what all the fuss is about, or lack thereof. Perhaps a faster CPU is just well FASTER, to say Bottleneck is misleading. I think perhaps people should use the term "bad optimization bottleneck", "software bottleneck", "Lazy deveolpers bottleneck"... Seriously though if you own a FX cpu and are considering a second GPU at least for the AMD R9 series it will do you good. I am not recommending a 4xGPU setup even if it was affordable. That said, you should be safe going up to 3xGPU if you were gunning for that. Adding a second GPU will almost double your FPS, game depending of course. Now what games scale and don't have crossfire issues is another whole ball game.

Thank you have a nice day!

Edited by Sgt Bilko - 8/31/14 at 1:00am
 
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Performance will not change from board to board, unless it was having issues with throttling or you can achieve higher clock rates. I agree the Sabertooth is one ugly board. I wish they had thermal armor on it, so people could remove it and paint the color of their choice. When my UD3 rev 1.0 lan and some usb ports died I was going to get the Sabertooth. Then I decided to get the Extreme 9 mainly because I couldn't cope with the ugliness of the Sabertooth. Its a good board though for sure, that is if you like ugly.

I know what you mean and of course if a board cannot handle the CPU its going to throttle or have other issues but that was not the case with me.

The UD5 is an awesome looking and performing board but its all analog and the Sabertooth is all digital and in many things way different. Maybe due to better and more efficient handling of the power it can gain performance. I had my UD5 for over a year and i tinkered a lot with it so i know that board and what it can do, i could bench up to 5.3 with it but had an hard time to get 5.0Ghz stable and even 4.8 was a struggle. Yes the board is defective now and it went even harder to get the darn thing stable at 4.8 and got all kinds of errors but the fact remains that the Saber is an better choice for FX 8350.

Now with this board i did not even try to get 4.8 stable i just upper the multiplier and the vcore a little and its stable as a rock now. I could not even get 2600CPU/NB stable without ridiculous voltages and even than my cooler simply could not cope with that Nuclear thermals. Now with much less voltage i can without any problem or glitches or even trying hard.

Yes this board is like a face only a mother can love but the performance is simply outstanding, i have a side window but i don't see much about the color because most of it is covered by GPU and the cooler. thumb.gif

I found this review BTW: http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/asus_sabertooth990fx_r2_review/ There is a little gain in performance as you can see.
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I know what you mean and of course if a board cannot handle the CPU its going to throttle or have other issues but that was not the case with me.

The UD5 is an awesome looking and performing board but its all analog and the Sabertooth is all digital and in many things way different. Maybe due to better and more efficient handling of the power it can gain performance. I had my UD5 for over a year and i tinkered a lot with it so i know that board and what it can do, i could bench up to 5.3 with it but had an hard time to get 5.0Ghz stable and even 4.8 was a struggle. Yes the board is defective now and it went even harder to get the darn thing stable at 4.8 and got all kinds of errors but the fact remains that the Saber is an better choice for FX 8350.

Now with this board i did not even try to get 4.8 stable i just upper the multiplier and the vcore a little and its stable as a rock now. I could not even get 2600CPU/NB stable without ridiculous voltages and even than my cooler simply could not cope with that Nuclear thermals. Now with much less voltage i can without any problem or glitches or even trying hard.

Yes this board is like a face only a mother can love but the performance is simply outstanding, i have a side window but i don't see much about the color because most of it is covered by GPU and the cooler. thumb.gif

I found this review BTW: http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/asus_sabertooth990fx_r2_review/ There is a little gain in performance as you can see.


that's Red's review mate.

He linked me throught that when i was asking for a replacement board on my ud3..
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