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You do understand that you can buy PCIE X4 adaptor cards, right? That can enable you to run PCIE based SSDs right?

Maybe your readings are affected by the link Speed. PCIe 2.0 v PCIe 3.0 at X4. Or a theoretical bandwidth of 500MB/s vs 985MB/s per lane.

Yeah, that's what i am planning to buy.

I can install it in my GEn2 x_16 slot in order to have the same speed as Gen3 x8.
I also read that when i install it in that slot i can only get x8 speed for both my GPU and SSD? If so, would that hurt my performance bad?

I am planning to get this adapter: https://azerty.nl/0-5743-794909/addonics-m2-pcie-ssd-adapter-intern-m-2-pci-express-3-0-x4.html
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

You do understand that you can buy PCIE X4 adaptor cards, right? That can enable you to run PCIE based SSDs right?

Maybe your readings are affected by the link Speed. PCIe 2.0 v PCIe 3.0 at X4. Or a theoretical bandwidth of 500MB/s vs 985MB/s per lane.

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Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post


There are a couple of things I'd point out about the 990 gaming - I don't think I would put a 9xxx on it, as it locks the voltage in bios * can up it with soft ware* and the latest bios when working with the latest version of command center doesn't always give the correct voltage. It is consistent, but it won't match what is being fed to the cpu. Example 1.55 volt setting in CC = 1.48 in hwinfo. It's not v-droop, it's just not working properly with teh offset in voltage is what my theory is.

Wish I could submit this on the ROG forums, but since its with an MSI board it's not allowed - would be good enough for 3rd place too darn it !


Hmm that's a huge drawback than. My gigabyte is just working fine no problems with that yet. The only downside is that i can't run 2400 MHz ram and its still PCIe Gen2. Other than that, its working perfectly fine.

Nice score you got there, unfortunately you can't submit it.

You only getting temps in the 30s with almost the same voltage as me?! That's insane dude.

What is your ambient and how much radiator space you need in order to get those temps?
Edited by hurricane28 - 2/13/16 at 12:38pm
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So work on my rig is almost complete. I need to make a new PSU cover. As my old one I made just doesn't seem to fit anymore. And then I need to drill a few holes into the chassis and make a support bracket so I can screw the Lian Li PSU extender into the case. I can't understand why all case manufacturers just don't adopt a removable PSU mount. Cause then modding this case wouldn't be so difficult. Sigh.

I bought three Bitfenix Specter Pro 230mm fans. Man. What a waste. I was really looking forward to them. But compared to my CM Force 200's they really are pathetic.

In an attempt to eek a little more life out of the CM's their bearings were a little rattly. Especially the fans in a vertical position. I put some thick motoring wheel bearing grease into the fan bearing. The nice thick grease should be well thick enough to kinda hold the shaft nice and steady while it is slippery enough to still get the fans to full speed.

I should be up and running during the course of the week. And I look forward to trading some benches with you fine folks again. The Little Motherboard That Could is back in the game! tongue.gif
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You do understand that you can buy PCIE X4 adaptor cards, right? That can enable you to run PCIE based SSDs right?

Maybe your readings are affected by the link Speed. PCIe 2.0 v PCIe 3.0 at X4. Or a theoretical bandwidth of 500MB/s vs 985MB/s per lane.

Yeah, that's what i am planning to buy.

I can install it in my GEn2 x_16 slot in order to have the same speed as Gen3 x8.
I also read that when i install it in that slot i can only get x8 speed for both my GPU and SSD? If so, would that hurt my performance bad?

I am planning to get this adapter: https://azerty.nl/0-5743-794909/addonics-m2-pcie-ssd-adapter-intern-m-2-pci-express-3-0-x4.html
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Originally Posted by mus1mus View Post

You do understand that you can buy PCIE X4 adaptor cards, right? That can enable you to run PCIE based SSDs right?

Maybe your readings are affected by the link Speed. PCIe 2.0 v PCIe 3.0 at X4. Or a theoretical bandwidth of 500MB/s vs 985MB/s per lane.

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Originally Posted by cssorkinman View Post


There are a couple of things I'd point out about the 990 gaming - I don't think I would put a 9xxx on it, as it locks the voltage in bios * can up it with soft ware* and the latest bios when working with the latest version of command center doesn't always give the correct voltage. It is consistent, but it won't match what is being fed to the cpu. Example 1.55 volt setting in CC = 1.48 in hwinfo. It's not v-droop, it's just not working properly with teh offset in voltage is what my theory is.

Wish I could submit this on the ROG forums, but since its with an MSI board it's not allowed - would be good enough for 3rd place too darn it !


Hmm that's a huge drawback than. My gigabyte is just working fine no problems with that yet. The only downside is that i can't run 2400 MHz ram and its still PCIe Gen2. Other than that, its working perfectly fine.

Nice score you got there, unfortunately you can't submit it.

You only getting temps in the 30s with almost the same voltage as me?! That's insane dude.

What is your ambient and how much radiator space you need in order to get those temps?

single 480mm , 380a cooling block - 200 mm fan on back of board, 120 on VRM and north bridge - 68F ambient.

It doesn't have a 2400 mhz memory divider, but had no problems running 2x4 gb at 2400 mhz with a bump in the fsb
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single 480mm , 380a cooling block - 200 mm fan on back of board, 120 on VRM and north bridge - 68F ambient.

It doesn't have a 2400 mhz memory divider, but had no problems running 2x4 gb at 2400 mhz with a bump in the fsb

That's double of rad space i have, no wonder you are getting almost twice as low temps as me. how thick is your rad? I sure hope i win the lottery or something in order to buy my own custom loop lol
I know exactly what i want but that will cost me over 500 euro's unfortunately..

I have 2 80 mm fans blowing on the vrm's that came included with my stock cooler, they are very loud ad full blast but i hooked them to my fan controller in order to shut them off during web browsing or other light work.

Strange thing is is that on the Asus site its stated that the Sabertooth only supports 1866 MHz but there is actually an divider for 2400 MHz and our motherboards are stated for 2133 MHz and do not have the divider.
I know my chip can handle 2400 MHz 2x4 sticks but i am not sure about 2x8 sticks since that is much harder on the IMC i noticed. I am going to try tomorrow. I don't expect an performance gain if any at all because of the timings but its nice to run my ram at advertised speeds. I tried to stick the other ram kit with the new kit in order to have 24 GB total but it was a no go. I guess it has to do that the older kit is Ripjaws X and the new one Trident X and maybe that's why they will not work together.
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single 480mm , 380a cooling block - 200 mm fan on back of board, 120 on VRM and north bridge - 68F ambient.

It doesn't have a 2400 mhz memory divider, but had no problems running 2x4 gb at 2400 mhz with a bump in the fsb

That's double of rad space i have, no wonder you are getting almost twice as low temps as me. how thick is your rad? I sure hope i win the lottery or something in order to buy my own custom loop lol
I know exactly what i want but that will cost me over 500 euro's unfortunately..

I have 2 80 mm fans blowing on the vrm's that came included with my stock cooler, they are very loud ad full blast but i hooked them to my fan controller in order to shut them off during web browsing or other light work.

Strange thing is is that on the Asus site its stated that the Sabertooth only supports 1866 MHz but there is actually an divider for 2400 MHz and our motherboards are stated for 2133 MHz and do not have the divider.
I know my chip can handle 2400 MHz 2x4 sticks but i am not sure about 2x8 sticks since that is much harder on the IMC i noticed. I am going to try tomorrow. I don't expect an performance gain if any at all because of the timings but its nice to run my ram at advertised speeds. I tried to stick the other ram kit with the new kit in order to have 24 GB total but it was a no go. I guess it has to do that the older kit is Ripjaws X and the new one Trident X and maybe that's why they will not work together.

Standard thickness - 11 fpi I think.
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Standard thickness - 11 fpi I think.
i dont think ive seen a 480 that was 30mm thick which is what i would consider standard...im thinking those are called slim models lol most of them are 45 or 55 or 60 smile.gif
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Standard thickness - 11 fpi I think.
i dont think ive seen a 480 that was 30mm thick which is what i would consider standard...im thinking those are called slim models lol most of them are 45 or 55 or 60 smile.gif


Actually I looked at the specs and its a 30 fpi , 30mm thickness as shown
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So I think I'm pretty well dialed in.

I haven't needed to disable any of the power saving features offered in my motherboard.

With all of those features enabled does my PC use much more power at idle than it would if I ran it at stock?
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Actually I looked at the specs and its a 30 fpi , 30mm thickness as shown
30fpi that's dense...smile.gif
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There are a couple of things I'd point out about the 990 gaming - I don't think I would put a 9xxx on it, as it locks the voltage in bios * can up it with soft ware* and the latest bios when working with the latest version of command center doesn't always give the correct voltage. It is consistent, but it won't match what is being fed to the cpu. Example 1.55 volt setting in CC = 1.48 in hwinfo. It's not v-droop, it's just not working properly with teh offset in voltage is what my theory is.

Wish I could submit this on the ROG forums, but since its with an MSI board it's not allowed - would be good enough for 3rd place too darn it !

cssorkinman you need to run test 2-3 times in order to have a better result than the first time

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