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Hi A have a question about triple titan x sli ? is it worth to get another one ? currently runing 2way sli how about scalling in games ?

Coming from that set up, I'd say it's not worth it. It depends on what games you play and at what resolution. Beyond 4k, there are decent gains to be had, but at a massive expense of compatibility and headaches. Feel free to PM me and I'll elaborate on any questions you may have.
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Thanx for reply smile.gif so better way be to upgrade mobo to rampage 10 edition smile.gif
Still working on case to fix it
UPS damaged it in transit
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jsutter71

go in to the bios under monitoring and switch the monitoring from n/a to ignore for all fan headers you are not using then go down where you can adjust from DC to PWM and set to disable for any of the fan headers you are not using, so if you are water cooling like I am all fan header monitoring set to ignore and I disabled all the power control for the headers hope this helps.

Montrose

Interesting. I had all the settings to disabled except for channel 1 which is the only one I'm using set to PWM. I also specified channel 1 as my CPU fan which did not work. I did not see the option for disabling power fir the fan headers. Is that under the monitoring tab, or could you send me a screen shot of where that is?
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Interesting. I had all the settings to disabled except for channel 1 which is the only one I'm using set to PWM. I also specified channel 1 as my CPU fan which did not work. I did not see the option for disabling power fir the fan headers. Is that under the monitoring tab, or could you send me a screen shot of where that is?
set wait for f1 if error to disable
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Disappearing DIMMs / "empty" slots is very common. It's how the X99-E WS responds to a memory OC that it doesn't like. You can fix it by lowering the RAM frequency and/or increasing the latencies. If you don't want to do that, you can try increasing certain voltages: System Agent by +0.100 to +0.200 offset; VCCIO to a max of around 1.100; (VTTDDR should be half your *eventual* DRAM voltage); and DRAM eventual voltage on the DRAM timing control page to 1.350.

Hope this helps.

When I first booted up I had the TPU switch enabled to TPU II. I had EPU disabled, XMP enabled, and CPU over voltage enabled. I adjusted those settings back to default with the exception of CPU over voltage. Looking back, I probably should have adjusted that but it's to late now since I already sent that board back. When the new board arrives today I will start with the default settings and adjust accordingly. It's gonna take me a couple hours at least to get my water cooling situated before I supply power to the board and begin making configurations.

On a side note, I have my PCIe slots 1, 3, and 5 populated with GPU's, and slot 7 has a Intel 750 SSD. I added another SSD to slot 2 which throttled down my 3rd PCIe slot to X8 mode. I then moved the SSD from slot 2 to slot 6 which restored slot 3 to X16 mode. when I put the SSD in slot 6 and 7, it did not throttle down any of the cards.
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jsutter71 it's under Q-fan Control there are 4 options Auto, PWM Mode, DC Mode and Disabled set the ones you are not using to disabled the one you are using for PWM control set to PWM Mode, for fan source pick one of the Q-fan sources, then set temps and duty cycle, and for fan profile set to manual, also for monitoring keep the one you are connected to on don't N/A or the Ignore that one. I have my PWN control connected to chassis fan 3 and 4 I don't not have any thing connected to the CPU or Chassis fan 1 I just disabled and ignored those

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jsutter71 it's under Q-fan Control there are 4 options Auto, PWM Mode, DC Mode and Disabled set the ones you are not using to disabled the one you are using for PWM control set to PWM Mode, for fan source pick one of the Q-fan sources, then set temps and duty cycle, and for fan profile set to manual, also for monitoring keep the one you are connected to on don't N/A or the Ignore that one. I have my PWN control connected to chassis fan 3 and 4 I don't not have any thing connected to the CPU or Chassis fan 1 I just disabled and ignored those

Montrose
But he dont use any of motherboard headers, just set disable f1 for errors, its what i did after using aquaero, temprary I was using rpm out on aquaero to cpu header cable so it was passing pump rpm but i'm trying to ged rid as many cables as possible
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Yea he is, he's using one channel in pwm as a cpu fan controller controller.

Montrose
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Would I run into any problems if I were to use a riser on slot 7 so I can turn my graphics 90°, showing the good side?
     
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Depends from risers, if uget a decent one should works but u need to be verry carefull they ar dellicate to much bending twisting ribbon will just kill it
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