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post #271 of 1089
hi guys, here's my review on this board. smile.gif
hopefully you'll like it. redface.gif
http://www.overclock.net/products/asus-motherboard-rampage-v-edition-10/reviews/7391
Edited by ondoy - 7/4/16 at 1:49am
post #272 of 1089
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Originally Posted by ondoy View Post

hi guys, here's my review on this board. smile.gif
hopefully you'll like it. redface.gif
http://www.overclock.net/products/asus-motherboard-rampage-v-edition-10/reviews/7391

Hi, you are writing "ASUS RAMPAGE V EDITION 10 is the best board to have right now" but there is downside comparing with previous R5E

On R5E you could have SLI at X16 each and have 2 other PCIE 3.0 at X4 each, for example for PCIE SSD in Raid, and with new R5E10 you cant set it this way
post #273 of 1089
i'd still pick this over the older rve...
this board allows you to run both m.2 and u.2 together with the full 32Gbps bandwidth..
Edited by ondoy - 7/4/16 at 2:57am
post #274 of 1089
I see you reviewed the X99-A, what was the reason for the Rampage V purchase?

Maybe I worded that wrong - What is wrong with the X99-A? As my friend has one and I kinda told them to buy it.....
Edited by Waitng4realGPU - 7/4/16 at 3:37am
post #275 of 1089
nothing is wrong with the x99-a is the best budget board, it's a strip down x99 deluxe board.
this board offers 3x sli and still fully utilize both the u.2 and m.2 without any bandwidth limitation.
post #276 of 1089
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Originally Posted by ondoy View Post

nothing is wrong with the x99-a is the best budget board, it's a strip down x99 deluxe board.
this board offers 3x sli and still fully utilize both the u.2 and m.2 without any bandwidth limitation.

Ok thanks.
post #277 of 1089
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i'd still pick this over the older rve...
this board allows you to run both m.2 and u.2 together with the full 32Gbps bandwidth..

Well actually I agree, R5E10 is top of X99 platform and perhaps it will stay forever until new socket comes. More than this I already ordered R5E10 biggrin.gif

But this bandwidth limitiation even comparing with the same old R5E is frustrating.

U.2 is only Intel 750 at the moment, so having two 950's in Pcie Angelbird adapters would be better choice.

And one more bad thing is that it has only one thermosensor now, they say I could plug Asus Fan extension card to gett more sensors, but it is not sold separately. I even wasnt able to buy it used on Ebay etc
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post #279 of 1089
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That's just how it is. When you hit a hard wall there's no way around it. Looks like the same as we saw with Ivy-E.



...i-i know....sad-smiley-002.gif But still, it's horridly disappointing that even the absolute best of the best binned chips aren't able to hit 4.5ghz even on custom water (except for this lucky guy...seriously, i'm curious of what batch that chip is from lol)
 
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Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
PNY CS2211 MLC SATA III SSD WD Blue 500GB 7200rpm Writemaster DVD/CD +/- RW EK Supremacy EVO 
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Mayhem's Pastel Ice White Coolant Coollaboratory Liquid Copper TIM XSPC EX480mm Radiator Black Ice GTX 360mm Radiator 
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post #280 of 1089
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That's downright annoying to hear...what's your secret? poke.gif....i bought a specially binned 6800K that was guaranteed to hit 4.4ghz at nice voltages and it can't hit 4.5ghz no matter what i do. I've raised load line calibration and current to the max level 9 and 240%, raised power limitations to 4096 max, raised vcore to the point where my temps are throttling (1.46v). Honestly pretty disappointed especially with how this 6800K literally has ZERO single core gains over my 4.6ghz 5960X and can only match a stock 5960X in multi-core. Literally seems like it's not worth bothering with at all....
You should have read by now that the 6800k can't hit above 4.4hz stable unless you are REALLY lucky and or throwing tons of volts to it I'm guessing. I'm coming from a 3770k which was showing it's age. In your case, a 6800k was not needed and would never have impressed you.

Question, how's your 6800k running on the Asus Rampage? Are you stable at 4.4Ghz using around 1.35v?
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