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Think i will get the Maximum VII Ranger and a 4690K. Any better boards around this price? preferably black and red but if its much difference colour can change.#

EDIT: how high can i push on a Hyper 212 Do you guys/girls think? and whats a good thermal paste? out of this cooler master stuff that came with the cooler

How much is the Ranger? 180? I'd take a look at what Gigabyte and MSI offer in that range too. Newegg has a search feature to arrange by price.


Has Navi posted the results of the 4690K review yet, somewhere?
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Has Navi posted the results of the 4690K review yet, somewhere?

 

 

Not yet, should be sometime today i think!

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Do you happen to remember the source of this?

Source? There are pics online.

Also, I went and took a look and compared the boards (MSI and Gigabyte Gaming 7) myself personally at my local computer store. The store clerk who's using the Gigabyte Gaming 7 as his own rig told me as well that it got quite toasty on the VRM. I trust him as he's been a long time Gigabyte user.

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Think i will get the Maximum VII Ranger and a 4690K. Any better boards around this price? preferably black and red but if its much difference colour can change.#

EDIT: how high can i push on a Hyper 212 Do you guys/girls think? and whats a good thermal paste? out of this cooler master stuff that came with the cooler

MSI Gaming 7, Gigabyte Gaming 7, Asus Z97-Pro are all better boards than the Ranger at the same price.

The Ranger is overpriced, so I don't know why Asus went the route of introducing it as an entry level ROG board when their own Z97-Pro is built better and being sold at a similar price. That said, 4 true phase is enough for most overclocks (the typical 4.4 - 4.7ghz) before a chip tops out anyway (unless you get a very lucky 5ghz clocker).

The 4690k is still very scarce out in the wild. So it'll be another month or 2 before we can get a good idea of how well it overclocks. The Hyper 212x took my 4670k to 4.4ghz at 1.2v just fine, temps at load were 80c and my ambient is a constant 30+ in the room (live in Malaysia, hot as hell country a year long).
    
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Source? There are pics online.

Also, I went and took a look and compared the boards (MSI and Gigabyte Gaming 7) myself personally at my local computer store. The store clerk who's using the Gigabyte Gaming 7 as his own rig told me as well that it got quite toasty on the VRM. I trust him as he's been a long time Gigabyte user.
MSI Gaming 7, Gigabyte Gaming 7, Asus Z97-Pro are all better boards than the Ranger at the same price.

The Ranger is overpriced, so I don't know why Asus went the route of introducing it as an entry level ROG board when their own Z97-Pro is built better and being sold at a similar price. That said, 4 true phase is enough for most overclocks (the typical 4.4 - 4.7ghz) before a chip tops out anyway (unless you get a very lucky 5ghz clocker).

The 4690k is still very scarce out in the wild. So it'll be another month or 2 before we can get a good idea of how well it overclocks. The Hyper 212x took my 4670k to 4.4ghz at 1.2v just fine, temps at load were 80c and my ambient is a constant 30+ in the room (live in Malaysia, hot as hell country a year long).

 

1.4v delidded or bust for me.

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So i should get the GIGABYTE Z97 GAMING 7 ore the MSI Z97 Gaming 7 or the GD65 GAMING? ( liek the red tongue.gif)
   
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Source? There are pics online.

I meant sources about the temperature...... of course there are pics online, I've been researching the boards for the thread on my sig for several weeks, and we have confirmation on Gigabyte data from Sin0822 as well. I guess the source is what that shop told you, OK, it can be real, I'll tell you why.

The Gigabyte boards, SOC, SOC Force excluded have their mosfets slightly downgraded to SiRA12DP x 2, which offers about 25Amps on a power loss of 6.5W, while the IR3553 mosfet package most models had before, offers 33Amps on that same reference power loss. That means warmer.

Sin0822 believes there's no issue at the current generation and you are likely to see mosfets of that ability a lot. There is probably no problem but you will feel them warmer if you touch them at the same power draw.



On an 8 phase board with the 'downgraded' mosfets if only 20amps are utilized, the CPU can draw more than 300W. That is more than extreme air/water and LN2 may require.
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So i should get the GIGABYTE Z97 GAMING 7 ore the MSI Z97 Gaming 7 or the GD65 GAMING? ( liek the red tongue.gif)


I went with the Z97X- Gaming 7, hope its good!

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So i should get the GIGABYTE Z97 GAMING 7 ore the MSI Z97 Gaming 7 or the GD65 GAMING? ( liek the red tongue.gif)

Or the Asus Maximus VII Hero?? So many choices...
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I went with the Z97X- Gaming 7, hope its good!

Let us know what you think about it, I'm looking at the GT version which is pretty similar. Thanks.
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Let us know what you think about it, I'm looking at the GT version which is pretty similar. Thanks.

 

I will do once it arrives!

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