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I don't see a version number on the box the RAM came in. The serial number is 10020927.

Running BIOS version 0703.
the version number is on the memory stick them self.
Can you please look?

And what dimm slots are you using?

Tnx in advance
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no, even if you did you dont need to

i have they added some looser mem tim
Thanks, now I'm sure I won't need it - if you don't with your overclocks

Will save me some troubles with routing tubes/fittings, +1
    
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Hi everyone,
trying to decide between Premium and E for my setup,
E has a newer marvell sata controller with raid support so it seems as a better choice for future proof, but what concerns me is Premium board seems to have better cooling solution, heatpipe goes through all mosfet and southbridge, plus it comes with optional fan in case of watercooling, does that mean if I go water those mosfet will overheat without presence of cpu fan? I'm not planning on doing hardcore overclocking but wanna hit 1600 on mem
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I will use this computer strictly for Video Editing in Premier Pro and rendering project in After Effect. I am working with Canon Mark II 1080p files, which are pain in the ass right now in CS4.
CS5 recommends 12 gb of memory.
Short Promo working with After Effect.
YouTube- Short promo using optical flares and 3D logo

Quadro FX 3800, is one card supported with Mercury engine in Premir Pro CS5 and I am done with gaming cards in After Effect, so I have to try quadro.
I read all 180 pages here, about overclocking much cheaper 920, but I couldnt get pass the raw power of 6 core in video editing. The stock 980x will still outperform overclocked 920.
With that in mind, I still have room for overclocking that beast, of course with samo help overclock.net.
I would really aprishiate, if someone could post samo stable bios settings for 980x. I read in some other forums, that it is a little more tricky.

Thanks
I'm a photographer and I also use a 5D2, haven't done much video with it but I've done a lot of studio work with it in the last year and a half. I have 12GB RAM in my P6X58D but it was a PAIN getting there. Search for the previous posts and threads I made about my struggle with my first set of RAM and it not all being detected properly (which was on the QVL).

It looks to me like you are up for spending on quality gear so just go for the best RAM available. I don't need to mention brand names

That's my recommendation. PM me if you wish to discuss further.
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Hi everyone,
trying to decide between Premium and E for my setup,
E has a newer marvell sata controller with raid support so it seems as a better choice for future proof, but what concerns me is Premium board seems to have better cooling solution, heatpipe goes through all mosfet and southbridge, plus it comes with optional fan in case of watercooling, does that mean if I go water those mosfet will overheat without presence of cpu fan? I'm not planning on doing hardcore overclocking but wanna hit 1600 on mem
1600? 1600mhz? no the mosfet would be totally fine. you could always put a a 120mm fan on top of the case blowing down.
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I made about my struggle with my first set of RAM and it not all being detected properly (which was on the QVL).
It looks to me like you are up for spending on quality gear so just go for the best RAM available. I don't need to mention brand names
That's my recommendation. PM me if you wish to discuss further.
Thaks.
That is my biggest consurn, memory. That is way I will have to "swallow" that extra 400 EUR there is no other way, and go for the most expensiv KIT KINGSTON 3x4GB, so it better work for that kind of money...
In the future I still have option to buy extra 12GB and go for 24 in total, but in reality.... don't think so...
Yesterday my friend got me confused with cooler.
He just installed H50 and said that would be better choice then Noctua NH-D14.
I know that story is worn out, but in reality, I was thinking, do I really care around 5C cooler temps with Noctua?
With H50, I would have much more room in the case, no extra weight stress on motherboard and overclocking probably wouldnt be an issue would it?
Edited by tomyboy - 4/24/10 at 11:31pm
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Hi everyone,
trying to decide between Premium and E for my setup,
E has a newer marvell sata controller with raid support so it seems as a better choice for future proof, but what concerns me is Premium board seems to have better cooling solution, heatpipe goes through all mosfet and southbridge, plus it comes with optional fan in case of watercooling, does that mean if I go water those mosfet will overheat without presence of cpu fan? I'm not planning on doing hardcore overclocking but wanna hit 1600 on mem
I am running the E with no heat issues at all. Overclock is in my sig. NB doesn't break 44*c, The VRM heatsinks dont break 40*c these are under load btw. So heat isnt a issue with this board.

I'd choose the E its got better stuff and runs very good.
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Been a while since I checked this thread. Looks like everyone is getting good results still. I'm considering going to the rampage III. Not that there is anything wrong with this board just something new to try.

I have too much hardware and not enough time to test it. lol Look at my current collection of paperweights in the included pics.

Everything is for sale except for the msi boards and the amd chips.

The only thing that I have opened was the 975EE and I only ran that thing for 3 weeks before I boxed it back up. Kinda pointless to have that chip when i'm not WC it.

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Been a while since I checked this thread. Looks like everyone is getting good results still. I'm considering going to the rampage III. Not that there is anything wrong with this board just something new to try.

I have too much hardware and not enough time to test it. lol Look at my current collection of paperweights in the included pics.

Everything is for sale except for the msi boards and the amd chips.

The only thing that I have opened was the 975EE and I only ran that thing for 3 weeks before I boxed it back up. Kinda pointless to have that chip when i'm not WC it.

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so many boxes, whats that? i see a gtx 480 !
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