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Guys maybe I am stupid but I can not understand how a motherboard can blow GPU's?? Could someone help me here?
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Guys maybe I am stupid but I can not understand how a motherboard can blow GPU's?? Could someone help me here?
it cannot.
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it cannot.

Thanks that is what I thought..
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Originally Posted by Slinky PC View Post

I am not here to ask your help or need one. How was that with LN2 Enable when I use watrerblocks?
Edit. Who R U to change my post! I never post that

Than what are you doing on OCN? We're meant to be a community of tech enthusiasts that come together to discuss, learn from each other and show our achievements. Your pretentious attitude towards everybody is against everything I think OCN stands for and you are frustrating people across this entire site.

So you fried your titans using the R4BE?? Show us the pics, show us something that isn't a wall of text, by all accounts your fried your titan's because you pumped an insane amount of voltage through them.

/end rant
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No, you make a valid point of argument. He had no less than 4 hex1500w classified if im not mistaken lol .. but you have to see my point aswell, i have yet to see r4be perform.. and then i read slinky's issues .. idk but on second consideration he has been pushing those titans fairly hard for a long period of time, and titan isnt a overclockers card at all! The vrms the pcb it's all mainstream config. Comparing with 780ti KPE since we're in to dropping his name now tongue.gif but honestly I'm running 2x 780 Lightning .. compared to titan which nvidia wouldn't let manufacturers do any changes to. Well it's an OT discussion, but I guess common sense tells us titan was never made to be pushed for overclocking, so blaming a mobo for it might not make that much sense ..

Well, can one of the bench geeks push the bord and show us that it infact is "stable and without hassle" ..?

Would be very interesting and atleast I would take that result in to consideration for upcoming paycheck usage
^_^

titans overclock really well, specially with the tools made available to us to tweak voltages. The power section wasn't built to handle 1.4V like Lightning/Classi cards, but they still kick their fair share of ass. Hell, most people on here still can't beat MRTOOSHORT's water cooled Titan clocks. Anyone pushing 1500mhz(slinky) on a titan is asking for it to explode, on any motherboard. Dark is easily the buggier board out of the two here. What KP does for LN2 benching has little reflection on what we do with 24/7 runs. He only needs to board to function for a short period of time, @ a time. While we need 24/7 functionality. You have plenty of people here that are having zero issues with this board. You also have a few people who did have issues, which were only resolved via RMA (early adopters fee) then you have the user error crowd.

Blaming this motherboard for the death of titans being pushed to 1500mhz is completely asinine, he knows it, and we know it. He's just looking for an outlet to vent his frustration, as he should know he's the only reason the cards died. He has no proof, and has not even tried to make a statement as to how exactly the bios/board killed his cards.

you enable LN2 mode by removing a little shorting switch from a 3 pin getup north of the start button.
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Guys maybe I am stupid but I can not understand how a motherboard can blow GPU's?? Could someone help me here?

the only way I see it being possible is if the pci-e switch fried, which could only happen via water leak, or extreme bios failure. Iv'e also seen people fry cards from not having the additional PCI-E power plugged in. @least, that ended up being the general consensus.


Vanilla RIVE is obviously gods gift to motherboards, and released 100% flawless from the factory. Just don't go look @ the first 6 months worth of posts in the club. ninja.gif
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Why should I enable LN2 when I use water-cooling, please explain that?
Yes, I if find this mobo boring and not for overclockers, no one will come close to RIVE on 3DMARK by using watercooling on this board with the first two bios released. As I already break to Titans on r4be in a week period you should stop argue to me, my criticism should be take in consideration not only by you but also by ASUS. Regarding my "hearts content" You welcome to remove me not a problem.
Have a fun

This board has all the records on hwbot lol.

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Guys maybe I am stupid but I can not understand how a motherboard can blow GPU's?? Could someone help me here?

Asus is new to making high end motherboards, so the faulty design resulted in the pci-e slot overloading and blowing up a titan.
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you enable LN2 mode by removing a little shorting switch from a 3 pin getup north of the start button.

Do you even have one of these boards? rolleyes.gif No pins involved. It's a swith that gets flipped, and it's right by the power switch, in a way that if your finger slips you accidentally turn OFF LN2 mode, not enable it.


Also, VGAs pull power via PCIe, and a bad power design could cause problems with multiple GPUs, giving vdroop that might get overshot and then perhaps kill a card or two.


But...only if pushing those cards really hard. At which point ol Slinky here might have a point.
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This board has all the records on hwbot lol.
That is what I was about to say, almost.
The R4E/R4BE are widely used by us, random OCers as well as known world record mens. Look at the top 100 of any Futuremark scores and you'll see them everywhere! biggrin.gif
I've been looking at this thread cause I wanted the BE, but it's still not available here(and if it is, it's "au compte-gouttes"). Plus it cost 100€ more for features that won't change my life, I'm sure the R4E will do just fine... as soon as I have the case and power supply to start the build, lol. redface.gif
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Why should I enable LN2 when I use water-cooling, please explain that?
Yes, I if find this mobo boring and not for overclockers, no one will come close to RIVE on 3DMARK by using watercooling on this board with the first two bios released. As I already break to Titans on r4be in a week period you should stop argue to me, my criticism should be take in consideration not only by you but also by ASUS. Regarding my "hearts content" You welcome to remove me not a problem.
Have a fun

This board has all the records on hwbot lol.
The Intel i-7 4960X is the one to make the records not r4be.
Is a good board for Ln2 or for those who like to use cpu at 1.3V or so, I have another intake.
Edited by Slinky PC - 2/14/14 at 5:56pm
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