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Alright so it looks like I'm going to have to buy a new board to replace my GA-78LMT-USB3. I know the Crosshair and Sabertooth are solid but I'm looking more in the $100-$150 range. I had a UD3 two years ago, obviously an older revision, I remember the VRMs getting very hot and having to rig up fans blowing directly at them. I'd like to avoid that, any recommendations? Just looking to go 4.5-4.8GHz, my current board has be stuck at 4.2GHz.

Or, you could wait and save up a little bit and buy a good board like a Sabertooth or a Crosshair!

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Alright so it looks like I'm going to have to buy a new board to replace my GA-78LMT-USB3. I know the Crosshair and Sabertooth are solid but I'm looking more in the $100-$150 range. I had a UD3 two years ago, obviously an older revision, I remember the VRMs getting very hot and having to rig up fans blowing directly at them. I'd like to avoid that, any recommendations? Just looking to go 4.5-4.8GHz, my current board has be stuck at 4.2GHz.

I have my 8320 at 4.5GHz rock solid stable in the same board, just need a fan on the VRM's and the back side of the board round socket area and that' should' be enough but it may vary from board to board or cpu to cpu, try that and if that doesn't work then maybe look at other boards
 
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That looks good, I think I would go with it's 990FX big brother, ASUS M5A99FX PRO R2.0. Newegg has them priced within dollars of each other. Otherwise I wouldn't be against trying out the newer revision of the GA-990FXA-UD3. But are we all in agreement that both of these boards are of reasonable quality and have beefy enough VRMs to OC above 4.4GHz?


Lots of people are saying good things about the UD3 Rev. 4. It does support the 9590 so it has a good power section. Only $109 at Newegg.
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Happy New Year to all.
@stickg 1 I have the M5A99FX PRO R2.0 running an 8350 @4.7Ghz @1.426v stable IBTAVX 20 runs. Have a 120 fan on rear of board blowing on socket and vrms. No fan on front. Cooling is H100i exhausting 2 fans.

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I have my 8320 at 4.5GHz rock solid stable in the same board, just need a fan on the VRM's and the back side of the board round socket area and that' should' be enough but it may vary from board to board or cpu to cpu, try that and if that doesn't work then maybe look at other boards

Well the other limitation is that it would be nice to crossfire my 270x's. If I upgrade boards I could easily just put my GPUs in and make it my main gaming rig.

I might just go with the UD3 again, it was a solid board before, but I had the first revision and I was using 8350's and trying to get them to 5GHz. With a 8320e and desired clock of about 4.6GHz it should work really well. Also updated with a UEFI BIOS, and the dual BIOS option incase I jack the settings.
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Well the other limitation is that it would be nice to crossfire my 270x's. If I upgrade boards I could easily just put my GPUs in and make it my main gaming rig.

I might just go with the UD3 again, it was a solid board before, but I had the first revision and I was using 8350's and trying to get them to 5GHz. With a 8320e and desired clock of about 4.6GHz it should work really well. Also updated with a UEFI BIOS, and the dual BIOS option incase I jack the settings.

All good points, though I agree the only gripe i have on the AMD board manufacturers is no MATX sli/crossfire boards, if i remember correctly there was one on the 890 chips for cf only but that only had the same 4+1 VRM phase so it's more or less the same overclock wise just these boards are difficult to get hold of nowadays
 
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CUDA rendering is notoriously low/poor quality, so pretty much all professional studios use CPU rendering.

that said cpu rendering is very slow on intel cpus as well. The reason is because cpus suck at calculus. Since gpus are just highly specialized triangle (trigonometry/calculus) calculators, they naturally would do quite well with rendering all things considered.

I'm sorry, but I laughed entirely to hard at this post. Cpu's don't do calculus or trigonometry. Cpu's do BINARY, and that is it.

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LOL are you serious?? That's why they use Nvidia quadro/tesla cards in super computers for rendering? rolleyes.gif

I think people are using the term rendering to loosely here. Rendering video is different than rendering physics etc. etc. Some things can only be rendered on the CPU. They put these tesla cards in super computers for Single-precision floating-point , and Dual precision floating point performance in 99% of cases. They don't render video on these machines....

http://blog.boxxtech.com/2014/10/02/gpu-rendering-vs-cpu-rendering-a-method-to-compare-render-times-with-empirical-benchmarks/


And on another note Happy New Year everyone.
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Me too, I also need some recommendations. I really don't plan on crossfiring so the best 970 chipset motherboard would be best for me. From my memory the best would be Gigabyte's 970A-UD3 and 970A-UD3P due to their 8+2 Power Phase. Does anyone have input on ECS' A970M-A Deluxe with 6+2 Power Phase? I could technically buy the Crosshair V Formula Z for ~$130 from the friend I am getting the 8350 but I don't plan on crossfiring means that mobo would be overkill for my needs.
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Me too, I also need some recommendations. I really don't plan on crossfiring so the best 970 chipset motherboard would be best for me. From my memory the best would be Gigabyte's 970A-UD3 and 970A-UD3P due to their 8+2 Power Phase. Does anyone have input on ECS' A970M-A Deluxe with 6+2 Power Phase? I could technically buy the Crosshair V Formula Z for ~$130 from the friend I am getting the 8350 but I don't plan on crossfiring means that mobo would be overkill for my needs.

pair the formula z with good cooling and you will get a better clock than any of the other boards you are mentioning
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$130 Crosshair? that is not really overkill that is a steal..
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