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Ehhhh here is what I say

1: Asus

2: Gigabyte

3: Asrock

4: MSI M-Power

Anything else is just plain crap.

I would put all the msi boards from g55 & up over the asrock boards except for the OC formula, & after using the z77 ud3h I definitely prefer to use the msi boards more, although overclocking is similar, just a personal preference for the board layout. The location of the reset & clear cmos on the gigabyte sucks for me (pressing reset clears the cmos for me about 50% of the time), & the back USB ports are not as user friendly for the way I'm used to using a flash drive when setting up.
MSI does have some issues with the HYKO memory over 2200Mhz though, great with every other kit but those, although most people don't push past 2133Mhz anyway. So in the viewpoint of this club your list is probably pretty accurate as far as the memory kit we discuss here goes (gigabyte ud3h can overclock the hyko, but it is pretty flakey, some the UP series GB boards are supposed to be better with ram).
    
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Batch 1229.

I did get them to run @ 1866 11-10-10-28 1T @ 1.5v. Ran 3dmark and the test finished, then went to go run p95 and crashed after about a min.

Hmmmm. Mine are the same week. I run 1866 9-9-9-24 1T @1.35v. Maybe your 3570k just has a less that great IMC???
 
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post #473 of 1055
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Ehhhh here is what I say

1: Asus

2: Gigabyte

3: Asrock

4: MSI M-Power

Anything else is just plain crap.

And the support for those top 2 are garbage as well... I take that back all the supports suck. EVGA needs to take over the entire tech industry and keep their support exactly as awesome as it is now.
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post #474 of 1055
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Hmmmm. Mine are the same week. I run 1866 9-9-9-24 1T @1.35v. Maybe your 3570k just has a less that great IMC???

Do you have other voltages in the bios tweaked aside from vcore and vdimm, because i dont have options to any others. I sincerely regret buying this board in terms of bios options, but aside from that i've had zero issues.

*EDIT

Finally got the sticks to do something positive. Dropped the voltage to 1.35 set them to 1866 9-9-9--24-1T and magic happened apparently. Ran memtest and 0 errors after 200% coverage. I know I need to show a 4hr p95 test but for now here's a ss. I run p95 when i wake up in the morning.


Edited by rv8000 - 2/9/13 at 12:24am
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Try running some real world scenarios. For kicks, run 2 HD videos or youtube streams then play some BF3 or Crysis 2. I mean try to tax the system. Just make sure the memory holds up and copes well. Either way, your timings are just a little faster than mine but I am running quad channel@2133. I have to say, I'm really happy with this RAM. After running some tests on the memory, it still stayed under 30c based on AIDA64 temp monitoring.
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Add me when you get the chance thank you!

Batch 1229, @ 1866 9-9-9--24 1T 1.35v



Also bandwidth was 22.87GB (can be seen in last post). Will messing around with timings at some point, pc won't boot when i put more than 1.35v through these and this silly MSI board is too limiting in terms of voltage options. Now to diagnose my video card issue once again ~_~.
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Add me when you get the chance thank you!

Batch 1229, @ 1866 9-9-9--24 1T 1.35v



Also bandwidth was 22.87GB (can be seen in last post). Will messing around with timings at some point, pc won't boot when i put more than 1.35v through these and this silly MSI board is too limiting in terms of voltage options. Now to diagnose my video card issue once again ~_~.

That sucks, it really is a shame because the ram is quite awesome.
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post #478 of 1055
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Add me when you get the chance thank you!

Batch 1229, @ 1866 9-9-9--24 1T 1.35v



Also bandwidth was 22.87GB (can be seen in last post). Will messing around with timings at some point, pc won't boot when i put more than 1.35v through these and this silly MSI board is too limiting in terms of voltage options. Now to diagnose my video card issue once again ~_~.
Shame since the kit can go higher. I've pushed mine as hard as it will go with my 2133 quad channel settings.
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Yea it is a shame, but not much I can do with this motherboard. I'd go out to buy a new board but my 7950 is giving me endless problems and a 2nd RMA is already putting me out 40$ ~_~. Any recommendations on a board for the future?
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Yea it is a shame, but not much I can do with this motherboard. I'd go out to buy a new board but my 7950 is giving me endless problems and a 2nd RMA is already putting me out 40$ ~_~. Any recommendations on a board for the future?

I'm loving my Asrock z77e-itx if you only want 1 PCIe, but you do need to be careful on the CPU cooler my 212+ is blocking, need to wait for H220 release to put my gfx card in :|

The ASrock formula was great, but that was in the 220$ range, you can look at the extreme4 / extreme 6 as I've read great things about them. The 4 does have issues if you start trying to take anything over or near 5ghz.
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