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Thanks for the long post and the time you spent to write this summary for me.

You mentioned the good audio chip: i use an AV-receiver with toslink-cable. So no soundchip needed here.

built in i-o shield is nice, but not worthy of an 300 dollar prive investment. neither are other gadgets like de DIMM-switches, rog armor or fan headers.
Even the rgb light is not important for me. i don't need a christmas tree in my pc case.

The only point that is important for me is the performance. i use the rampage v extreme with the latest bios (3202 i think), will the RV 10 Edition increase the strenght of mc pc?
On the paper the RVE and the RV10 have the same power supply for the CPU and the same OC functions.


Just barely, the RVE10 "IS" breaking some records over the RVE, but not by much and only in a few cases.
 
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Ugh I just got wrecked there... lol.

Touche boys....
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Originally Posted by vmanuelgm View Post

Hi mate, could you please post some cinebenchs at 4.5 and above if possible and aida64 cache-mem bench???


Thanks in advance...

Sorry for the delay - I've been running tweaking tests. Here's my current tweak, GSAT tested 80 min:

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Lol - this is a good thing dude... no other MB manuf has a rep on-line like ASUS. (and AFAIK, Raja came out of the same OC/engineer pool as many of the pros you consider "overclockers".)wink.gif

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Hello

Raja has a vast background pertaining to electronics at the component level and there is nobody posting on forums that has the knowledge he does regarding memory. Comparing what he writes to others that may happen to stumble onto something that may or may not work but not understanding the results they see doesn't make a lot of sense.

I'm pretty sure Raja used to write motherboard reviews for Anandtech like 5-6 years ago.
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@Jpmboy

Well I'm sitting in front of my 6900k/Strix and all I can say is WOW!

Out of the box setting the rams XMP gave me an instant 4Ghz on all cores.
Man I can see where MSI are lacking now being back on a Asus board...

1700 Cinebench score over the 5820k@4.3Ghz's 1256.

Now I've just got to tidy up the case, still in pieces, but I just couldn't wait..lol

What are these stickers for in the Strix box, something about matching you led scheme?
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@Jpmboy

Well I'm sitting in front of my 6900k/Strix and all I can say is WOW!

Out of the box setting the rams XMP gave me an instant 4Ghz on all cores.
Man I can see where MSI are lacking now being back on a Asus board...

1700 Cinebench score over the 5820k@4.3Ghz's 1256.

Now I've just got to tidy up the case, still in pieces, but I just couldn't wait..lol

What are these stickers for in the Strix box, something about matching you led scheme?

Don't forget, you got two more cores now smile.gif. I too went from a 5820K to a 6900K, now fighting an urge to go from X99-A to the ROG Strix thumb.gif
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Hello All,
I recently just completed my new build and am using the X99a Gaming 7 Board

Build:
Case: Corsair 750D
CPU: i7 6850K currently OC to 4.4 at 1.36 Vcore
Cooling: Corsair H115i Extreme 280mm Top mounted with push/pull configuration
Mobo: MSI x99a Gaming 7
Ram: 64GB DDR4 Corsair Dominator Platinum 3000 8x8GB w/ Dominator Plat Cooling Fans
GPU: EVGA GTX 980 Ti FTW+ 2.0
PSU: EVGA Nova Gold 1000 G2
SSD: Samsung Evo 850 1TB for Op System and programs
Internal Storage: 2x 6TB WD Black, 2x 6TB WD Green, 1 2TB WD Black

First and foremost I want to say thank you for all your helpful information I have found here.

My question/dilemma that I haven't been able to find out is in reference to the acceptable voltages for OC this board and for the 6850K Broadwell-e chip. I know intel recommends staying below 1.35 Vcore but I have seen on the couple of review sites for this chip so far use more than that. I know it is a new chip so information is limited but I just want to know if my 1.36 Vcore in Adaptive mode is too much? I have more than adequate cooling. In a hot summer NYC apt During 12+ Hours of Prime95 my Cpu temp never goes above 70c same with Intel burn test, Occt, Rog, Aida64, etc. I also purchased the Intel over clocking warranty from Intel. Any info you guys could share would be greatly appreciated.
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Hello All,
I recently just completed my new build and am using the X99a Gaming 7 Board

Build:
Case: Corsair 750D
CPU: i7 6850K currently OC to 4.4 at 1.36 Vcore
Cooling: Corsair H115i Extreme 280mm Top mounted with push/pull configuration
Mobo: MSI x99a Gaming 7
Ram: 64GB DDR4 Corsair Dominator Platinum 3000 8x8GB w/ Dominator Plat Cooling Fans
GPU: EVGA GTX 980 Ti FTW+ 2.0
PSU: EVGA Nova Gold 1000 G2
SSD: Samsung Evo 850 1TB for Op System and programs
Internal Storage: 2x 6TB WD Black, 2x 6TB WD Green, 1 2TB WD Black

First and foremost I want to say thank you for all your helpful information I have found here.

My question/dilemma that I haven't been able to find out is in reference to the acceptable voltages for OC this board and for the 6850K Broadwell-e chip. I know intel recommends staying below 1.35 Vcore but I have seen on the couple of review sites for this chip so far use more than that. I know it is a new chip so information is limited but I just want to know if my 1.36 Vcore in Adaptive mode is too much? I have more than adequate cooling. In a hot summer NYC apt During 12+ Hours of Prime95 my Cpu temp never goes above 70c same with Intel burn test, Occt, Rog, Aida64, etc. I also purchased the Intel over clocking warranty from Intel. Any info you guys could share would be greatly appreciated.

1.4v 24/7 is fine.

However... good luck cooling at 1.4v. Heh.

Not easy.
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Don't forget, you got two more cores now smile.gif. I too went from a 5820K to a 6900K, now fighting an urge to go from X99-A to the ROG Strix thumb.gif

Yeah but I was excited..lol..

I just did a quick cleanup of the cables, going to need to unplug stuff again when the GTX1080 turns up anyway..
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lachen.gif


sorry i just had to. wink.gif

As long as you actually understood the turn of phrase I used there, you may have to look it up smile.gif.

Caught me unawares after the Uncore Spanish inquisition, which nobody expected (may have to look that one up also)

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Hello

Raja has a vast background pertaining to electronics at the component level and there is nobody posting on forums that has the knowledge he does regarding memory. Comparing what he writes to others that may happen to stumble onto something that may or may not work but not understanding the results they see doesn't make a lot of sense.

Lol the definition of overclockers abound tongue.gif
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