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Show us proof it doesn't, and show us proof of your BS claim? Although I'm going to hazard a guess that you can't and you're just making things up for the sake of it.

Cheers.
Really?

How many people have to point out to you that PCI-E should be left at stock?
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These chips can take 1.5v on the nb and 1.6v vcore fairly easily... whistle.gif
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1.6 - 1.65V isn´t safe, 1.61V is the rated brake down voltage for AMD 32nm SHP SOI parts (excl. Llano). Llano (and first Bulldozer silicon) had huge issues with the process, so they will die with voltages below the normal rated BDV.
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Super is wrong a lot.
about?

This is the first I've heard of this "a lot". Any examples would be useful.
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Nice ad hominem rant. How about advising people to overclock their PCI-E to gain performance? biggrin.gif

Show us proof it doesn't, and show us proof of your BS claim? Although I'm going to hazard a guess that you can't and you're just making things up for the sake of it.

Cheers.

"A-Link" is a PCI-e 2.0 x4 link that bridges the NB to the SB. Overclocking the PCI-e speed will not impact performance and WILL cause instability to your SB and as a result your storage controller.

TL;DR, do not do it, and if you must, do NOT tell others to do it. I would do more than laugh at you for suggesting it to someone that doesn't know better, I would slap you.

Super is wrong a lot. Super is also right more than you give him credit for. Especially over these last few pages.

I think the on board SATA controller died on one of the MSI NF 980 G65's I have in an industrial control workstation, ( Almost 60,000 hrs on the machine -24/7 since oct 09). Would a pci-e sata controller/port card be a good work around?
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Super is wrong a lot.
about?

This is the first I've heard of this "a lot". Any examples would be useful.

Be glad I'm defending you at all. They wont. But I've seen you around and in more than this thread. You're not "Hurricane when he first joined" bad, don't worry.
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Nice ad hominem rant. How about advising people to overclock their PCI-E to gain performance? biggrin.gif

Show us proof it doesn't, and show us proof of your BS claim? Although I'm going to hazard a guess that you can't and you're just making things up for the sake of it.

Cheers.

"A-Link" is a PCI-e 2.0 x4 link that bridges the NB to the SB. Overclocking the PCI-e speed will not impact performance and WILL cause instability to your SB and as a result your storage controller.

TL;DR, do not do it, and if you must, do NOT tell others to do it. I would do more than laugh at you for suggesting it to someone that doesn't know better, I would slap you.

Super is wrong a lot. Super is also right more than you give him credit for. Especially over these last few pages.

I think the on board SATA controller died on one of the MSI NF 980 G65's I have in an industrial control workstation, ( Almost 60,000 hrs on the machine -24/7 since oct 09). Would a pci-e sata controller/port card be a good work around?

Sure. But you need to be able to boot from it. Find a PCI-e RAID card that supports PCI-e 2.0 booting (NOT NVMe), like my G.Skill Blade. It's my only drive now don't ya know. tongue.gif
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Be glad I'm defending you at all. They wont.
What you said was a call out. If you're going to do that then you need to provide evidence.
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"A-Link" is a PCI-e 2.0 x4 link that bridges the NB to the SB. Overclocking the PCI-e speed will not impact performance and WILL cause instability to your SB and as a result your storage controller.

TL;DR, do not do it, and if you must, do NOT tell others to do it. I would do more than laugh at you for suggesting it to someone that doesn't know better, I would slap you.

Super is wrong a lot. Super is also right more than you give him credit for. Especially over these last few pages.

Come and slap me, I dare you, I double dog dare you. I've had no issues with it so whatever. biggrin.gif
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Super is wrong a lot.
about?

This is the first I've heard of this "a lot". Any examples would be useful.

Be glad I'm defending you at all. They wont. But I've seen you around and in more than this thread. You're not "Hurricane when he first joined" bad, don't worry.
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Nice ad hominem rant. How about advising people to overclock their PCI-E to gain performance? biggrin.gif

Show us proof it doesn't, and show us proof of your BS claim? Although I'm going to hazard a guess that you can't and you're just making things up for the sake of it.

Cheers.

"A-Link" is a PCI-e 2.0 x4 link that bridges the NB to the SB. Overclocking the PCI-e speed will not impact performance and WILL cause instability to your SB and as a result your storage controller.

TL;DR, do not do it, and if you must, do NOT tell others to do it. I would do more than laugh at you for suggesting it to someone that doesn't know better, I would slap you.

Super is wrong a lot. Super is also right more than you give him credit for. Especially over these last few pages.

I think the on board SATA controller died on one of the MSI NF 980 G65's I have in an industrial control workstation, ( Almost 60,000 hrs on the machine -24/7 since oct 09). Would a pci-e sata controller/port card be a good work around?

Sure. But you need to be able to boot from it. Find a PCI-e RAID card that supports PCI-e 2.0 booting (NOT NVMe), like my G.Skill Blade. It's my only drive now don't ya know. tongue.gif

Any particular one you would recommend?
I used my last spare NF 980 G65 replacing the bad one , but I would like to be able to use this one as a spare. The customer was back up and running with only about an hour of down time from when they called. They had about 8 people idling because of it, wouldn't take too long to be expensive from their stand point.
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Be glad I'm defending you at all. They wont.
What you said was a call out. If you're going to do that then you need to provide evidence.

Do not need to, no. "Need" implies that to not will have some kind of repercussion that would not be beneficial to me.

What is good enough to me is that I remember your name and pic easily, but not in the "Oh that's Postal, he usually posts thought out things" kind of way. The "Not him again" kind of way. As I said, I defended you in any way at all from those who would not do so. Look the gift horse in the mouth again and it wont happen anymore.
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"A-Link" is a PCI-e 2.0 x4 link that bridges the NB to the SB. Overclocking the PCI-e speed will not impact performance and WILL cause instability to your SB and as a result your storage controller.

TL;DR, do not do it, and if you must, do NOT tell others to do it. I would do more than laugh at you for suggesting it to someone that doesn't know better, I would slap you.

Super is wrong a lot. Super is also right more than you give him credit for. Especially over these last few pages.

Come and slap me, I dare you, I double dog dare you. I've had no issues with it so whatever. biggrin.gif

You gonna pay for the air fare or you gonna make me take a boat?
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Do not need to, no. "Need" implies that to not will have some kind of repercussion that would not be beneficial to me.

What is good enough to me is that I remember your name and pic easily, but not in the "Oh that's Postal, he usually posts thought out things" kind of way. The "Not him again" kind of way. As I said, I defended you in any way at all from those who would not do so. Look the gift horse in the mouth again and it wont happen anymore.
You gonna pay for the air fare or you gonna make me take a boat?
Calling someone out with no evidence is bad form.
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"Need" implies that to not will have some kind of repercussion that would not be beneficial to me.
People need to provide evidence if they call someone out in order to not look bad.

Those who can't need to retract said call out.

This is elementary stuff. I shouldn't have to explain it.
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Different chips, different heat signatures. Like you said, it not a straight apples to apples comparison.

Reading through the sensors is not really an accurate way to gauge each motherboard. Maybe, at back of the board, under the VRMs themselves?

I am pretty sure none those out are accurate. Well not HWiNFO64 v5.06. Stock FX-9590 watts 84.4 or less at 100% load all cores?



I just use my finger if it hurts it is too hot or moving too fast.

Sometimes I prooff reed

Someday I will figure out how to upload a screen shot you can read.
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