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@Coral11

Awesome rig, it looks really, really nice, great work.
Thanks, I remember talking to you in the other thread about memory settings and what games we play.

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post #122 of 481
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Yep sure but doesn't you board say Maximus or did you put that there?
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When they made the P5E they literally reused the Maximus Formula PCB and stuck a sticker over "MAXIMUS FORMULA" which has "P5E" printed on it.

Yep this is true, go to 3:35 and watch from there on:

post #123 of 481
are Striker Extreme ROG owners welcome? ive got one ASUS SE.
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You know, you could modify the club slightly to include all Republic of Gamers products, I think the Matrix graphics cards are part of the Republic of Gamers thing
    
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post #125 of 481
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Originally Posted by Danylu View Post
You know, you could modify the club slightly to include all Republic of Gamers products, I think the Matrix graphics cards are part of the Republic of Gamers thing
I think it's best to keep this a motherboard club. There's loads of diversity with ROG motherboards as it is.
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http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...y-got-3-a.html

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Should I lower my DRAM Voltage from 2.14 to 1.95+?
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post #128 of 481
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Originally Posted by unreachable View Post

Should I lower my DRAM Voltage from 2.14 to 1.95+?
Worth a shot. Lower your DRAM voltage and test with memtest86+/prime blend. Keep lowering until you find the lowest voltage your RAM is stable at.
post #129 of 481
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Originally Posted by XAslanX View Post
Yep this is true, go to 3:35 and watch from there on:

YouTube - Asus P5E Motherboard
Thanks, but I don't need to watch the video. I had one and peeled the sticker off myself!
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post #130 of 481
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Originally Posted by error10 View Post
Thanks, but I don't need to watch the video. I had one and peeled the sticker off myself!
Heh, I bought my board used so the sticker was already peeled off.
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