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Wasn't going to post my issues with i5 as I didn't want to derail or clog up your thread.

For years I've used ASUS and love them. This is my 2nd time trying a non-Asus mobo in over a decade LOL. (last one a Albatron Pentium 4). Anyways I was all set to pick up a ASUS Z87-A for $115 but instead picked up my Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD4H for $75 (and 4670k for $200) and with the extra money picked up a Hyper 212 Evo with the money saved.

With this Gigabyte board it seems like defaults aren't stable and get either too much or not enough voltages for things.

CPU is mostly stock with exception of turbo boost goes to 3.8GHz on ALL cores and not just 1 core.
RAM is stock 1600MHz with lowered timings 8-8-8-24-128@1T 1.42v

Most of my BSOD's have been traced to Uncore Ratio of 34x. I bumped that to 38x. (and possibly Intel Rapid Storage as I uninstalled at same time)
Memory has been an issue and still playing with voltages of VCCSA and Dram voltages and Memory Enhancements. My AMD 960T could run 7-8-8-22@1T 1.45v with no issues for over a year (more like 2011).
Random Wake-up out of sleep mode (hella annoying) was traced to Windows Media Center scheduled updates. It had me thinking it was that C1 chipset bug for the longest.

I think my more recent BSOD's are actually from CoreTemp!! Seems like its always running around the time a crash occurs so I just recently stopped using it as it has no official Haswell support.

Haswell and temps have been an easier task. At first I was hitting 94c at stock with Intel Burn Test. Now I got it down to 65c which is huge and been using the Hyper 212 Evo the whole time. Have not de-lidded my CPU yet wink.gif

My tricks for temps has been swapping stock TIM for AC MX-2 TIM, Lapping the Evo at 1k grit, adding a 140MM fan in 5.25" bays blowing towards the Evo, and the most important one is dropping the default vcore that would normally be 1.13v but boost up to 1.25v down to 1.075v. Just posted to help other members in the 212 club here: http://www.overclock.net/t/632591/cooler-master-hyper-212-plus-evo-club/5900#post_20898602

Eventually may pick up a Zalman Reserator 3 Max if price drops some. Reviews pin it as a bit better than the 212 Evo.

Anyways thanks for suggestions and wanting to help.

I just wanted to state a little derailment is fine if it benefits the one having issues either way I wont get mad over someone getting help with an issue or simply asking questions.

I am also like you run almost everything ASUS just had good luck with ASUS and ASUS tends to stand behind theyre warranty longer than other companies and often have better hardware features / reliability and such.
Edited by rickcooperjr - 10/3/13 at 7:41am
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Come on people this is a serious thread that is truly in question and needs more understanding and I would like some good info put on these subjects to understand what all this stuff meens this next gen many others would also this was not started with intention of starting a brand war or flame war was a serious thread posting to find out what all of this meens and could meen and what its potential is.
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heres something impressive in quiet mode the R9 290X beats the gtx 780 pretty well imagine performance mode http://www.legitreviews.com/benchmarks-amd-radeon-r9-290x-versus-nvidia-geforce-gtx780_126653 aka the titan-killer before mantle is even brought into play.
Edited by rickcooperjr - 10/21/13 at 8:46am
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Just wondering...will that HSA/HUMA stuff work if I build system based on 990FX-AMD FX-8350-HD 7790...I would like to build one machine with those parts but only if it usable for above tech...
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Just wondering...will that HSA/HUMA stuff work if I build system based on 990FX-AMD FX-8350-HD 7790...I would like to build one machine with those parts but only if it usable for above tech...
Of course not. That is for FM2+(and more next time) platforms only.
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OK....so A10 then...no prob, it isn't that terrible expensive...will any mobo suffice for such development platform or there's certain..."more compatible" models available?
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