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Originally Posted by kckyle View Post
i brought a gtx 480
LOL, and your TX850 should be just strong enough to power one
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So guys is it still worth it to buy this mobo
I thought you said you were gonna buy one like a month ago?

148 pages of mostly positive reviews. I'd say its good
post #1463 of 6378
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LOL, and your TX850 should be just strong enough to power one
haha i hope so, and it doesn't look like i'll be able to sli properly since the mobo is using one of the 8 pin connector used for sli.
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I thought that model had 4 x 6+2 pin pci-e connectors? I doubt the connectors would be the problem....more like you'll need a 1200w PSU.
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it does, but if i get another card i can't sli since the mobo took the 4th 6+2 pin.
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it seems this motherboard has a blk wall at 225 then you have to use qpi slow mode for higher blk but slow mode you cant do any 3dmark or benching cuz it kills the fps
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hmm... after another experiment I seem to be getting slightly better temps idle/load using the H50 as an outtake as opposed to the recommended intake. I think I'll be leaving it as outtake for a while.
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Yea i also heard that on H50 outtake works better
post #1469 of 6378
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hmm... after another experiment I seem to be getting slightly better temps idle/load using the H50 as an outtake as opposed to the recommended intake. I think I'll be leaving it as outtake for a while.
It goes with the flow of the case this way so will lower case temps and therefor cpu temps as well as being able to push more air over the rad
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Don't know if this is the place for questions but, I just set this board up last night. One thing I noticed was that the CPU seems to always run full-bore. With my Gigabyte board, it throttles the CPU when I'm not doing anything intensive. Is there a setting I'm missing, or does this board just not do this?
    
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