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post #11 of 19
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Originally Posted by Bloodys View Post

Hello so i got my money returned for my dead asus p9x79 deluxe motherboard.
Was thinking alot and realized i dont need so many features what deluxe had.

So could somone please recomend me good budget LGA 2011 motherboard?
Aiming for asus or MSI brand mostly.

I'd take that money from your busted P9X79 Deluxe and get another one. It's got one of the best VRM and BIOS setups of all the X79 boards w/o getting into the super expensive boards. Gigabyte and ASRock made decent boards too, but I usually lean towards ASUS. I've heard some bad comments about the low-end Gigabyte boards having inferior VRMs though. When it comes to X79, it's usually go big or go home - get one with 8 DIMM slots and a decent VRM, and you will be using it for 5+ years. When Xeon E5-2687W V2 get cheap half a decade from now, you can upgrade. =)

The P9X79 WS and P9X79-E WS are awesome too, but more expensive and may have more features than you want.

Greg
Edited by hammong - 3/21/14 at 1:39pm
post #12 of 19
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Well then only option for me is to buy used x79 deluxe from asus cuz as i mentioned this period of time im not able to put all money in motherboard :(

post #13 of 19
Considering that you are only running two cards, take a look to the Rampage 4 gene. MATX sure, but it all the oc features you might want, run a card in slots one and four, and can add the wifi/Bluetooth card in slot three no problem.
post #14 of 19
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Well also i had bad experiance with gigabyte in many ways.Trying to avoid that company even owning one of theyr  android phones atm.
You own a gigabyte phone? lol wow, I didn't know anyone outside of TW/China owned their phones. They are a good company, but on X79 they just didn't put in the resources they should have BIOS wise.
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If you left it on auto, that means voltage was automatically bumped by the board to very high value.

I played around with it and followed the sandy bridge overclocking guide on here. It's at 4.42ghz and 1.365V that any good?
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I played around with it and followed the sandy bridge overclocking guide on here. It's at 4.42ghz and 1.365V that any good?

Not sure about what's considered "good" for Sandy-E, but looks ok.
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post #17 of 19
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Well ye using Gsmart Maya m1 v2 or somthing for 110euro quad core phone cant ask more.Does fits most of my needs specialy for such low price amazing phone.They are now becoming polular in Latvia.

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And back to mobo topic Rampage 4 gene does not look bad at all for 250 euro atleast will have almost 100 euro left in pocket.

post #18 of 19
Yep, real pleased with it.

Has all the OC support you would expect from a ROG board, plenty of slots for two dual slot cards and a sound cad if you are willing to run the second GPU at 8x, and really, thats all you need with PCIe3, lots of Ram, the lot.

On my rig running 32gb of RAM, SLI-Titans, and a sound card. And lets be honest, thats really better than most rigs: only a handful will go three way or four way, so, unless you need more than one extra card, the RIVG is plenty (Of course, your case needs 5 slots, but that shouldn't be an issue).
post #19 of 19
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Well i found realy good offer about Asus P9X79 Deluxe the gold colored one. New one for 250euro +10 euro shipping.

Could not resist it and took it over RoG mini board.Hopefully made the right choise

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