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That Assassins Creed footage is very impressive, I have had nothing but bother with that game trying to play smoothly, so put off playing until it's less stuttery.

The best I could get it on my Elixir with a vengeance rig in sig was by using D3DOverrider forcing Triple buffering and another program, can't remember which now but it still had it's stuttery moments.

Those settings you're using on your rig and the performance you're getting is really good to see, thanks for the footage thumb.gif
 
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Here comes fates with the ASRock hate. Don't listen to him. He just likes spouting bs

Here comes Stay Puft with the fateswarm hate. I have explicitly said in several occasions to avoid the 4-total-phase Gigabytes, SOC excluded. In fact, it was the first boards I talked about.

So please, if you are going to spit hate on someone, at least use some minor credibility.

Also explain to us technically why an i7 K will run on mosfets that can't give its current.
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Ok returning it. I wanted to guarantee bios compatibility because I don't have another Intel chip on me. I'm gonna grab an ASUS board with USB flashback. As far as I can tell the only mATX board with it is the Gryphon. I'm guessing that isn't going to have a mosfet problem haha.

I have the Asrock Z97 pro 4 and for the extra $15 it's well worth it. I am not a huge Asrock fan yet but for the price this little board is very nice. High end caps and chokes, I think 6+1. Great NIC and sound, for onboard, and easy to overclock. It doesn't run SLI and some have said the X-fire is not good because the second slot is only 2.0 4x but it's not true. I ran my crossfire set-up in Valley and scored just under my 8350/VHFVZ and in 3Dmark11 of course the Physics and Combined were not close the Graphics score was higher than my AMD set-up by more than 100 points. The top 16x slot had a PCI link speed of 8Gbps and the second slot was 5Gbps max, my AMD set-up (16x X 16X 2.0) was 5Gbps on both. It's narrower than a standard ATX which I don't like in my 750D but feature packed non the less. This is my 3rd Asrock board and even thought the other 2 aren't used for overclocking or very heavy use they have been solid so far so my opinion of Asrock now is beginning to come around. My VRM's, socket and northbridge stayed under 45c at a 4.2+ overclock so they stay very cool even with the chip under water.
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hey guys, stepped my overclock down to 4.7Ghz at 1.325V, temps seems to be better only reaching mid 70s, but staying mostly around 70C. 1.320V was unstable and 4.8Ghz at 1.42V wasn't really stable and temps were too high I think.
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Here comes fates with the ASRock hate. Don't listen to him. He just likes spouting bs

He provided useful info and helped me make a better purchasing decision.
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I have the Asrock Z97 pro 4 and for the extra $15 it's well worth it. I am not a huge Asrock fan yet but for the price this little board is very nice. High end caps and chokes, I think 6+1. Great NIC and sound, for onboard, and easy to overclock. It doesn't run SLI and some have said the X-fire is not good because the second slot is only 2.0 4x but it's not true. I ran my crossfire set-up in Valley and scored just under my 8350/VHFVZ and in 3Dmark11 of course the Physics and Combined were not close the Graphics score was higher than my AMD set-up by more than 100 points. The top 16x slot had a PCI link speed of 8Gbps and the second slot was 5Gbps max, my AMD set-up (16x X 16X 2.0) was 5Gbps on both. It's narrower than a standard ATX which I don't like in my 750D but feature packed non the less. This is my 3rd Asrock board and even thought the other 2 aren't used for overclocking or very heavy use they have been solid so far so my opinion of Asrock now is beginning to come around. My VRM's, socket and northbridge stayed under 45c at a 4.2+ overclock so they stay very cool even with the chip under water.

Sadly that is not an mATX board.
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He provided useful info and helped me make a better purchasing decision.
Sadly that is not an mATX board.

He did? lachen.gif Has he ever owned an ASRock board? Maybe you should inquire to those of us who run ASRock boards instead of those who "Think" they know everything about them

My Last 6 Motherboards were all ASRock

Z77 Pro 3
Z77 Extreme 4
Z77 Extreme 6
Z77 OC Formula
Z87 Extreme 6
Z97 Extreme9

I'm pretty sure i'm a better person to ask about ASRock then he ever could be. Now if they're that horrible how was i able to run a 3770K delidded at 4.8Ghz with a Pro 3 @ 1.4v for 8+ months without an issue?
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hey guys, stepped my overclock down to 4.7Ghz at 1.325V, temps seems to be better only reaching mid 70s, but staying mostly around 70C. 1.320V was unstable and 4.8Ghz at 1.42V wasn't really stable and temps were too high I think.

Sweet overclock there, I'll be sure to try and get clocks of around 4.6-4.7GHz when I try my aftermarket cooler.
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@Topic

That Assassins Creed footage is very impressive, I have had nothing but bother with that game trying to play smoothly, so put off playing until it's less stuttery.

The best I could get it on my Elixir with a vengeance rig in sig was by using D3DOverrider forcing Triple buffering and another program, can't remember which now but it still had it's stuttery moments.

Those settings you're using on your rig and the performance you're getting is really good to see, thanks for the footage thumb.gif

Thanks!
I was supposed to upload some sea footage but I fell asleep and forgot. rolleyes.gif

I did another one at Nassau though, really nice performance again, I remember how poorly it would run on my Phenom II, frame-drops below 30fps and so on, but it seems you need to throw some really strong cores at the task.
It was supposed to have the Sea footage as a follow up but here it is.


I'm getting the Sea gameplay transcoded and I will upload it today, I also did a quick test of Max Payne 3 on the first chapter, ran brilliantly, I wish I could of tried multiplayer but I couldn't find a game to join at that time, It's usually filled with players so I found that weird.
Edited by TopicClocker - 7/12/14 at 9:04am
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Here comes Stay Puft with the fateswarm hate. I have explicitly said in several occasions to avoid the 4-total-phase Gigabytes, SOC excluded. In fact, it was the first boards I talked about.

So please, if you are going to spit hate on someone, at least use some minor credibility.

Also explain to us technically why an i7 K will run on mosfets that can't give its current.

Fates, I too think you're a bit biased.. You're looking at the technical specifications rather than the board's ultimate "application"..


I really don't think the phases matter when you consider the realistic usage scenario of these motherboards... "Kids who play GAMES"

even at high clocks.. yes, a stress test software will push high wattage.. but games will NOT come anywhere close to that..


So.. even with a high Overclock, I think the lower phase boards are fine, as long as the user isn't Folding or doing Transcoding on it..
Edited by tp4tissue - 7/12/14 at 10:58am
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I've added the CPU usage videos for Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag and Battlefield 3 to the original post, I'm currently uploading sea gameplay for Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag and will add it when it's finished.
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I'd like to make a request for a x264 benchmark, i'd like to see how much not having the avx instruction set does to the performance of the chip.

Btw great thread very helpful in the decision making of my next desktop thumb.gif
 
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