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They complained about most of the stuff i did.

1: The utterly stupid place of the 8pin CPU connector... I mean, what were they thinking when they build this board..? Its the only board that i know of that has it on that place..
If they were new to motherboards i would happily send them some feed back to sort their things out but this is simply unacceptable for one of the biggest motherboard manufacturers on the planet.

2: The audio is rubbish.. my UD5 rev 1.1 had much much better audio. and certainly at this price point i expected a lot more..

But mostly its the EC sensor that they complain about, search on the net about it and A LOT of people have the same issues like me. Even if i disable the sensor i get lagging with my mouse and the Internet browser is having issues as well..


Like i said before, its all about marketing and the looks with Asus and that is not only with MB's but with the rest of PC components as well... remember Rangerjr1? He had an Asus 7970 MATRIX that should be THE best clocker there is according to Asus. The darn thing was a nightmare and he went so mad that he broke the card in half...

Me and him are not the only ones that doesn't like Asus a great deal because of all this rubbish.. Look on the net and do your own research plz and you will see that i am right.

I don't want to bash on Asus users but i am just saying how i feel about them so people should not take this personal!


Long story short, I am going to return this ridiculous board and stay with Gigabyte UD5 for now OR i can find a great deal for an GD-80 and give that a twirl.

audio is rubbish? how so lol

i have my 5.1 speakers plugged in and to me its not rubbish, might be cause im tone deaf rolleyes.gif

with asus boards the 8 pin has always been there i think at least with my 2 last boards it has so its a normal occurance

i respect what u are saying though i cant agree with ya tongue.gif
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@hurricane28, at least you can take a joke. I understand you just don't like the board. I get the same from different boards but usually for different reasons. Lack of bios options is a big one for me. As for connectors well they put them where they fit logically for production. You're only plugging it in once or twice maybe if not you'd have a test bench. Any time I've built in a box that 8 pin has always been a pain but if it's interfereing with other components then it 's just not going to work for you. As for MSI their reputation with the FX has been a bit spotty from anything I've read so good luck with that.
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You can always try HWMonitor free, I use it all the time and have never had an issue. One thing I do know is that if you have more than one monitoring software installed. Say AISuite and HWInfo that is always a problem. Even if you've "had" one installed and removed it it can leave traces that will haunt you.
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Sounds like he overclocked so high it scared him. yessir.gifthumb.gif


It is a good clocker indeed but it doesn't scare me rolleyes.gif I was a little surprised yes.
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Sounds like he overclocked so high it scared him. yessir.gifthumb.gif

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Originally Posted by Chopper1591 View Post

R.I.P. proper overclocking.

I just must say, you are sure to make a downgrade.

How can you say you like the GD-80?
Have you used it before?
True.
Find it hard to believe it personally.

This board is just plain good.
Rofl.

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Did you actually own an other board than the Sabertooth? Like the UD5? It clocks just as high as the Sabertooth....

I like the aesthetics of the GD-80 and as far as i know its an very good stable board.. it has much much better audio, all the connectors are in the right place as well..
customer care of MSI is outstanding as well and Asus and Gigabyte can take an example of that thumb.gif


Curious as to what the VID of your chip is?

If you have a low VID chip they can work very well with the GD-80's tendency to run cool vs the other boards. I really look forward to trying an "e" chip on mine.

The CHV-Z's I have are better at handling full loads on my high VID chips for extended duration benches or stress tests, but for validations, most benches and daily work at a high OC , I sure like the GD-80.

The CHV-Z does have an advantage in overclocking ram in that it offers a 12 multiplier vs 9.33 as the top one on the GD80.
FSB overclocking on my GD-80 and PD chips has been difficult above 250, but I don't usually go above that on any board that has a unlocked multiplier chip on it.

Most consider the lack of LLC a drawback on the GD-80 as well - however I do not.
The best way to set up an overclock on the GD-80 is to use MSI's control center software, however if you shut it down , you will have to re-enter those values at the next boot. Not a huge deal all you do is up voltage and multiplier.
The alternative is to let the rig go into sleep, it will shut down and instantly spring to life at the next touch of the power button. Unlike other brands of board I have had, this works well. I also have mine set up to run with CNQ enabled 1.4 ghz idle with 5 ghz load speeds on all 8 cores. The idle voltage is a little higher than you would normally expect, but I think it has to be in order to handle the drastic change to 5 ghz and be stable on the way.
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audio is rubbish? how so lol

i have my 5.1 speakers plugged in and to me its not rubbish, might be cause im tone deaf rolleyes.gif

with asus boards the 8 pin has always been there i think at least with my 2 last boards it has so its a normal occurance

i respect what u are saying though i cant agree with ya tongue.gif

Yeah rubbish tongue.gif I like to hear some good quality music like Mark Knopfler and the Dire straits etc. etc. and it just sounds awful to be honest and missing a lot of midrange tones. The low end is good tho.

that's okay, you don't have to agree of course as long as you respect each other thumb.gif
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audio is rubbish? how so lol

i have my 5.1 speakers plugged in and to me its not rubbish, might be cause im tone deaf rolleyes.gif

with asus boards the 8 pin has always been there i think at least with my 2 last boards it has so its a normal occurance

i respect what u are saying though i cant agree with ya tongue.gif

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@hurricane28, at least you can take a joke. I understand you just don't like the board. I get the same from different boards but usually for different reasons. Lack of bios options is a big one for me. As for connectors well they put them where they fit logically for production. You're only plugging it in once or twice maybe if not you'd have a test bench. Any time I've built in a box that 8 pin has always been a pain but if it's interfereing with other components then it 's just not going to work for you. As for MSI their reputation with the FX has been a bit spotty from anything I've read so good luck with that.

Of course i can take a joke biggrin.gif i am obviously mad because of these problems but i will never loose my humor thumb.gif

I hear you on that one, this board is just not working for me. I went with this board just because of the more bios options and since the EC sensor is not working this board is not better than the UD5..
heck, the UD5 is an much better option if you want a board that actually have features that work correctly our of the box like it should rolleyes.gif
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audio is rubbish? how so lol

i have my 5.1 speakers plugged in and to me its not rubbish, might be cause im tone deaf rolleyes.gif

with asus boards the 8 pin has always been there i think at least with my 2 last boards it has so its a normal occurance

i respect what u are saying though i cant agree with ya tongue.gif

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Curious as to what the VID of your chip is?

If you have a low VID chip they can work very well with the GD-80's tendency to run cool vs the other boards. I really look forward to trying an "e" chip on mine.

The CHV-Z's I have are better at handling full loads on my high VID chips for extended duration benches or stress tests, but for validations, most benches and daily work at a high OC , I sure like the GD-80.

The CHV-Z does have an advantage in overclocking ram in that it offers a 12 multiplier vs 9.33 as the top one on the GD80.
FSB overclocking on my GD-80 and PD chips has been difficult above 250, but I don't usually go above that on any board that has a unlocked multiplier chip on it.

Most consider the lack of LLC a drawback on the GD-80 as well - however I do not.
The best way to set up an overclock on the GD-80 is to use MSI's control center software, however if you shut it down , you will have to re-enter those values at the next boot. Not a huge deal all you do is up voltage and multiplier.
The alternative is to let the rig go into sleep, it will shut down and instantly spring to life at the next touch of the power button. Unlike other brands of board I have had, this works well. I also have mine set up to run with CNQ enabled 1.4 ghz idle with 5 ghz load speeds on all 8 cores. The idle voltage is a little higher than you would normally expect, but I think it has to be in order to handle the drastic change to 5 ghz and be stable on the way.

My VID is 1.313 batch number is: FA 1419 PGY

This thing can do 4.8Ghz at 1.46volts instead of the 1.55 my previous one needed.

Thnx for the info on the GD-80, much obliged.

Isn't there an option to actually save your OC? I like the aesthetics of that board a great deal and the on board audio plays a big roll for me as well. I heard no problems from it so it must be a good board i guess.
I will take a closer look at that board tho before i make the same mistake with that than with the sabertooth thumb.gif
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Yeah rubbish tongue.gif I like to hear some good quality music like Mark Knopfler and the Dire straits

I love listening to Knopfler..... Wish they would have stayed around a little longer...

Audio is not an issue for me since I only use headphones for gaming and it does it's job...

I can't speak for anyother MB since this is the only 990fx I have used, but the Sabertooth is a solid board that does what I want it to do...

GL with your new MB..
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continue the hating.


Anybody?


Is it me or is this a rather high temp for my cooling?

4.8ghz 1.475v
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continue the hating.


Anybody?


Is it me or is this a rather high temp for my cooling?

4.8ghz 1.475v
30 minutes smallFFTs

yes its skyhigh summat must be wrong
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OK 4.5 GHz is too meh for my 8350+h80i all I've changed is multi and vcore with llc medium.

To stable oc to 4.8 what settings and volts should I try
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That all depends on your chip. These FX CPUs have been all over the map with required volts. Most likely 1.48-1.5v
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What are your temps and voltage at 4.5?

Leave the voltage alone and bump it to 4.6 and see if it will hold it. If not bump a little voltage until it's stable and keep this up until you hit 4.8.. If you start seeing some vdroop move the LLC to high to see if that corrects it.

Mine @ 4.5 takes 1.33v to be stable in prime, 1.35v for 4.6. The jump to 4.8 takes 1.44v for prime stable.
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