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post #1391 of 1961
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Originally Posted by mandrix View Post

Never been to one. Closest is supposedly in Atlanta, about a 6 hour drive from here.
But what I meant was, I bought the motherboard and it was over a month before I could buy a 6700K. When I look on nowinstock.net the only one showing 6700K is B&H Photo for $409. don't have the money to buy another and I sure ain't gonna pay that much. wink.gif
Never seen this situation before, I always just ordered an i7 same time as motherboard from Newegg in the past.

Tried 0040 BIOS and looks like I have 4.8 stable with max vcore under load of 1.502v. (1.488 median) I don't think I'll leave it at 4.8 though, think I'll go back to 4.7 with higher RAM speed.

Silicon lottery has been keeping them in stock $350/380 4.6/4.7.
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post #1392 of 1961
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Originally Posted by Daytraders View Post

45 at just 1.264v is good, i need 1.33v

I think the volts may be set a bit higher in the bios than 1.264 but they fluctuate under load. Mine is set to 1.3 in the bios and sits at 1.272 at idle for 4.4
Maybe Daytraders could clear it up for us

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post #1393 of 1961
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Silicon lottery has been keeping them in stock $350/380 4.6/4.7.
But I already have one that does 4.7. Not going to pay $530 for a 4.8. wink.gif I understand that it's worth it to some, that's fine.
post #1394 of 1961
my point is asus's price increase isn't really justtifiable when the asrock beats it at half the price.

I mean with asus that extra cash goes towards marketing. and gamer cra0p.

thats all.
theres no performance margin. or quality between the 2 really.

as far as buying 4.8 chips through sl/// umless you are gonna freeze might as well get a 4.7 and have it delided..
post #1395 of 1961
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my point is asus's price increase isn't really justtifiable when the asrock beats it at half the price.

I mean with asus that extra cash goes towards marketing. and gamer cra0p.

thats all.
theres no performance margin. or quality between the 2 really.

as far as buying 4.8 chips through sl/// umless you are gonna freeze might as well get a 4.7 and have it delided..

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I think if you look across the chipset generations the tally is different. Yes, the z170 OCF is a good board (my z87 OCF wasn't very good, Shimi dropped the ball on that one). But, as you know, flash-bench WRs are pretty meaningless for 99.999% of users - only real relevance is maybe how the kit would perform in orbit wink.gif.
Other aspects of a product line drive the market (and why AsRock trails in market share I suspect). I have and still do own both with the last several purchases being ASUS (Asrock x99 was tragic).
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post #1398 of 1961
I would be interested to see every day results with stability at 3866 and above between the two vendors. The marketing that tatm speaks of is rife everywhere, it's how products are sold. Sadly the memory stability thread I started only has ASUS results at high memory frequencies.
post #1399 of 1961
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I think if you look across the chipset generations the tally is different. Yes, the z170 OCF is a good board (my z87 OCF wasn't very good, Shimi dropped the ball on that one). But, as you know, flash-bench WRs are pretty meaningless for 99.999% of users - only real relevance is maybe how the kit would perform in orbit wink.gif.
Other aspects of a product line drive the market (and why AsRock trails in market share I suspect). I have and still do own both with the last several purchases being ASUS (Asrock x99 was tragic).

Asrock has seriously stepped up there game compared to where they were when I first started building. They used to be known as a low budget board manufacturer and have come a long way. Outside of the yellow color the Soc Force is probably a great motherboard but they have a ways to go before they will get the market share Asus has. I also will admit that $500 compared to $250 for features 9 out of 10 users if they were honest won't make any difference in there lives is huge, but at the same time some just want to buy the prestige and extra features because they can. When I got my FX 8350 the first thing I did was get the Crosshair V Formula Z, at the time the most expensive and feature laden board you could by for the platform. I don't regret the extra money because what it could do compared to the others was awesome. I will never knock someone for spending a little more to get what they want nor will I knock anyone for being frugal and getting bang for the buck. I still have an Asrock board too.
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post #1400 of 1961
As far as I can tell the only reason to spend 500$ on a zboard is for a PLX chip. So your gpu and harddrives aren't fighting over lanes. And the extreme doesn't do that.

Like, I get 500$ on a x series board. you have 1000$ chips afterall. But on z boards where the top tier cpu is a fraction of the price? I just don't see it.(x series they have more of everything though)

believe me. no one wants to be able to justify buying a asus m8e more than me. I have 4 cherry 6700K, I would love to add that board to my head2head OC games. But at 500$ I just can't
Not when MSI titanium, ASRock OC formula, and impact are 300 or less(I don't know what gigabyte soc force is going for so I didn't include it but I cant imagine its more than 350.

I still might end up getting an impact though. If they ever are on openbox sale or anything I probably will. If I find the M8E on an open box I might get it also. Thats how I spent 350$ for a RVE afterall.
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