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Well I can't pass AVX 4.9GHZ with 1.536V. (Don't worry. I am not using this Xtreme Test)
But here is my 4.9GHz result with 1.548V.


Make me m(s)ad! mad.gif

My chip need a 100 miliVolts moar to even pass at 4.8 doh.gif

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Originally Posted by LinusBE View Post

Mine at 4.7 GHz and 1.404 V under load:



This is my 24/7 setting. Using an H100i with 2 NF-F12's and 2 be quiet pure wings smile.gif A Corsair SP120L is blowing on the backside of the motherboard like a jet. Nothing on the vrm's because they don't get hot tongue.gif Will try to push it further now. I have a 4.8 GHz stable setting using FSB and multi but it's not optimized completely.

At that Voltage they will not get hot.. tongue.gif
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I have a 300R as one of my server boxes. It's really not. It's ok for the cheaper segment, but it's very flimsy and shouldn't cost more than, say, the 912 (Of which I have 3, and though they are ugly as sin they're built right.)

Things to look for in better cases range from higher quality build materials, removable drive cages, toolless design, filters, room behind the tray, fan/rad placement options, grommets, hot-swap bays, rotated 3.5" bays, cable management holes in the right places and enough of them, GPU room, etc.

Most lower-end cases tend to cheap out on many of those things, requiring the user to have to make exceptions for what they can use. Around the $90-110 mark however, cases become much more competitive, with options ranging from the HAF XM to the Phantom 410.

I'm going to try and remain unbiased in terms of my list, but I very much like the the HAF series for their very strong build quality and expansion options, even if they are a bit ugly.


$90 range;
NZXT Phantom 410
CM Storm Scout 2 Advanced
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$100 range;
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Corsair Vengeance Series C70
Phanteks Enthoo Pro


Just a few examples. I left out a lot of brands, but this was to get the idea across. To be honest, the XM and Pro leave the others in the dust at this price point...

Really want to rep you. While some of those cases aren't available I will save up some more and then see if I can get the HAF or Carbide 500R.
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Well I can't pass AVX 4.9GHZ with 1.536V. (Don't worry. I am not using this Xtreme Test)
But here is my 4.9GHz result with 1.548V.


Make me m(s)ad! mad.gif

My chip need a 100 miliVolts moar to even pass at 4.8 doh.gif

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Originally Posted by LinusBE View Post

Mine at 4.7 GHz and 1.404 V under load:



This is my 24/7 setting. Using an H100i with 2 NF-F12's and 2 be quiet pure wings smile.gif A Corsair SP120L is blowing on the backside of the motherboard like a jet. Nothing on the vrm's because they don't get hot tongue.gif Will try to push it further now. I have a 4.8 GHz stable setting using FSB and multi but it's not optimized completely.

At that Voltage they will not get hot.. tongue.gif
Your chip must be a real dog then. Because your saberkitty should be able to deliver more reliable power than my board. (and i thought my chip was a dog) maybe I am sitting on a fairly decent chip but my mobo is holding me back.

I got to run 9/10 before IBT stopped the test and reported an Error at 4.9GHz at 1.536. So I am quiet close to getting stable. If only I could set 1.54V then I could be. But i can't. I need to make a large jump all the way to 1.548. Is there any other things I can try to get that last run to pass at 1.536?
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It is indeed.. at the voltage to stabilize IBT AVX, I can already run 5 GHz AIDA stable and game all day witbout a crash. Still doesn't qualify as stable indeed.

btw saberkitty users, which ram ports do you guys populate first when using a couple of sticks? Farthest or nearest the CPU?.

About you VCore, @Alastair , try to use FSB. Sometimes a 1 MHz change in the base frequency can either help or break you.

1.548 aint that bad yet. Your loop will still be able to cope. Not sure if you meant that's your board limit though.


Edit: for the first time, I have finished 10 runs of IBT AVX at 4.8 on my desired settings with RAM at 2133 CL10 and CPU-NB 2400 at 1.4V and 1.575 VCore.

Temps are on low 60s maximum on both socket and core this stormy night at 25 reported ambient with Google Now.

Hmm. Still a bugger with HWInfo On Monitoring though!

And I am keen on replacing the chip! Can I haz anybodies' 5 GHz chips that runs at low 1.5ish? biggrin.gif
Edited by mus1mus - 9/19/14 at 4:04am
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It is indeed.. at the voltage to stabilize IBT AVX, I can already run 5 GHz AIDA stable and game all day witbout a crash. Still doesn't qualify as stable indeed.

btw saberkitty users, which ram ports do you guys populate first when using a couple of sticks? Farthest or nearest the CPU?.

About you VCore, @Alastair , try to use FSB. Sometimes a 1 MHz change in the base frequency can either help or break you.

1.548 aint that bad yet. Your loop will still be able to cope. Not sure if you meant that's your board limit though.


Edit: for the first time, I have finished 10 runs of IBT AVX at 4.8 on my desired settings with RAM at 2133 CL10 and CPU-NB 2400 at 1.4V and 1.575 VCore.

Temps are on low 60s maximum on both socket and core this stormy night at 25 reported ambient with Google Now.

Hmm. Still a bugger with HWInfo On Monitoring though!

And I am keen on replacing the chip! Can I haz anybodies' 5 GHz chips that runs at low 1.5ish? biggrin.gif

From the CPU, slots 2 & 4(A2 & B2) http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/SocketAM3+/SABERTOOTH_990FX_R2.0/E8042_SABERTOOTH_990FX_R2.pdf

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How do you explain that?matching results but error message...

For some reason, its always the case no matter what i do, results match, pop up message goes wrong...
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How do you explain that?matching results but error message...

For some reason, its always the case no matter what i do, results match, pop up message goes wrong...

UAC messing up. Run IBT as Admin.

And use Very High please. A 3.XXX -XX will be a negative at Very High..
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so i am working on my cabling on amd pc, and i wanted to comment, this is obviously @hurricane28

this is why i love where asus puts the usb3.0 connector, why, it is accessible and convenient, and it works fine with a gpu and even a gpu with a backplate

the ud7 on the other hand has the most asinine location for it.

remember the ud7 is "for quadfire/sli"

see the pcie slot, tell me how you will hook up usb3.0 to it with 4 gpus ( even waterblocked IE single slot ), you just cant ( well you can, but it is time consuming and risky )

as for me ill take the "dumb" ( aka rather very intelligent ) location that asus puts the usb 3.0 connector



same for the debug led and the raised connectors for the front i/o..... not even gonne mention the TPM which is all but useless as no TPM module i have found fits inside


you can see the connector in it ( usb3.0 ) in which i am making my own extension to just be able to use the usb3.o header


Why do you have your board upside down and takes pictures of it..?

I have it in the same place as you since the UD5 and UD7 is basically the same board.. and i don't have any problems with it and the cables that comes with the case fits nicely...

thats is why i buy Corsair cases because they have plenty cable routing options and they are all grommeted..

I do agree that the place of the USB 3.0 header would be better at the end of the board next to the 24pin connector or something but there is no board that has it like that so if i have to choose between the Asus and the Gigabyte method i prefer the Gigabyte.. the best location for it is on the MSI 990FXA-GD80 and that is why i like that board very much because of its very good PCB layout.

Look for yourself:




I seriously don't see your problem, can't you route the cable though the grommets of your case? In that case, your case is not that great for cable routing and you can't blame gigabyte for it IMO. OR is it that your cable is too short? In that case that is another reason i go with Corsair because i never had issues with cables that were too short..

the front i/0 panel is fine, its the Asus board that gave me trouble because when i insert the connectors to the connector block and install it on the motherboard its too high and its hitting my drive caddy...
So it all depends on what case you have and how long/short the cables are and how the cable routing is i guess.

But enough about the Asus vs Gigabyte because i no longer own the Sabertooth. I returned it to the store and they said that i was in my right about the EC sensor, they gonna return the board to Asus end of story..

You enjoy your gigabyte and Sabertooth, i stick with the UD5 rev 3.0 for now or i go over to the MSI GD80..
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UAC messing up. Run IBT as Admin.

And use Very High please. A 3.XXX -XX will be a negative at Very High..

a 3.xxx will not be a negative at very high

a negative is a negative doh.gif
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I agree, 3xx is only the result. At 4.8 you get mostly 3.xxx while at 5Ghz you get result of 5xx. The trick is to keep the gflops fairly close to each other because in my testing that gave me the best overall stability. I do noticed that if you get -3xx the first 2,3 runs the system will crash and is not stable.
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