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post #1571 of 1890
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Originally Posted by Ghost12 View Post

On the Z87 version of this board are the included wc barbs removeable/swappable for compression fittings g1/4? and regards the pcie spacing, using 780 lightning in sli which are triple slot cards which slots would be in use?

About to rebuild and considering this board over the Asus formula, currently have the maximus gene which is no good for lightning sli on air.

Thanks in advance

Not removable barbs, and you shouldn't watercool these motherboards ever because they don't need it. Besides whether that Asus or these Gigabyte board they use aluminum AFAIK in the "waterblocks" so it's not good.
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Anyone know where I can get a copy of the Qualcomm/Killer whatever driver without this terribly broken software?

Aside that.....

I have had the audio crashing(and a hiss in my earphones when playing games with build in voip) as well etc but on 7 and was planning on swapping over to 8.1 anyway. I believe my BIOS is F3 as well.
I read the post above but that is a bit over my head :/

If you install the LAN driver software, the actual drivers can be found from the installation folder. You can then copy the drivers off of there and uninstall that POS software and install the drivers yourself thumb.gif
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If you install the LAN driver software, the actual drivers can be found from the installation folder. You can then copy the drivers off of there and uninstall that POS software and install the drivers yourself thumb.gif

Thanks Tuxi biggrin.gif
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Thanks Tuxi biggrin.gif
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NP mate smile.gif I had the same struggle when I first installed OS with this motherboard. I can't believe how awful that software is sicksmiley.png
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NP mate smile.gif I had the same struggle when I first installed OS with this motherboard. I can't believe how awful that software is sicksmiley.png

I know right it literally does nothing.....needs startup permission to do nothing every boot. Won't even remember settings. Totally worthless.
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Not removable barbs, and you shouldn't watercool these motherboards ever because they don't need it. Besides whether that Asus or these Gigabyte board they use aluminum AFAIK in the "waterblocks" so it's not good.

Ok thanks, needed is not the issue, bulding a hard line acrylic loop if choose this board would be for visuals only, it was my understanding an anti corrosion additive would negate the use of the alu parts in the block?

Thanks anyway
post #1577 of 1890
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Originally Posted by ChaoticKinesis View Post

Sound dropping and sounding robotic is likely not an audio problem but a timing issue with the system. It can be caused with high DPC latency or if the system runs out of memory. It happened to me recently when I had a bad memory leak that was apparently caused by the Killer Network Manager and a network monitoring service in Windows. If anyone else uses the onboard ethernet with Killer Network Manager on Win 8/8.1 and experiences memory leaks, here's the solution: http://www.eightforums.com/performance-maintenance/22022-windows-8-memory-management-leaks-5.html#post310078

I actually had this problem and after some searching found that solution above ^^ biggrin.gif

Reagrding the audio issues I uninstalled and reinstalled the driver,it seems a bit better now.
post #1578 of 1890
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Not removable barbs, and you shouldn't watercool these motherboards ever because they don't need it. Besides whether that Asus or these Gigabyte board they use aluminum AFAIK in the "waterblocks" so it's not good.


The cooling pipes are copper coated with nickel, if you try to remove it you will break them.
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The cooling pipes are copper coated with nickel, if you try to remove it you will break them.

I stand corrected. Do you happen to know what ASRock and Asus use for waterblock in their recent boards? I thought it's aluminum but not sure anymore.
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I stand corrected. Do you happen to know what ASRock and Asus use for waterblock in their recent boards? I thought it's aluminum but not sure anymore.

There is aluminum in the Asus formula block. According to linus you tube review
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