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what PCIe lans did you run them in?

I used them all lol at first i used 1 and 2 but my water blocks were to close and i had to do a wierd setup so i moved one card to 3rd and ran them in 1 and 3 it worked fine even tho the 3rd pcie is 8x.
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Cheers for the info smile.gif just needed to get an idea thumb.gif
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Is it possible to run 12gb @1600 now? Thinking of a memory upgrade.
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Is it possible to run 12gb @1600 now? Thinking of a memory upgrade.

Shouldn't be a problem. I run 24GB of Corsair Vengeance without a hitch (albeit at ~1400Mhz). That said, the 1600Mhz you're going after depends on your OC. Assuming you have 4Ghz at 200x20, a memory multiplier of 8x should give you 1600Mhz, but the general consensus around here is that even multipliers (for CPU) are generally less stable than odd multipliers.

Furthermore, depending on your BCLK, you might need a bit more voltage on the IMC to compensate for the extra DIMMs, but its nothing major. Just a notch or two above stock should do the trick.
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I've been running 12GB for a year. 6 x 2GB at 1674mhz, zero issues.
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Shouldn't be a problem. I run 24GB of Corsair Vengeance without a hitch (albeit at ~1400Mhz). That said, the 1600Mhz you're going after depends on your OC. Assuming you have 4Ghz at 200x20, a memory multiplier of 8x should give you 1600Mhz, but the general consensus around here is that even multipliers (for CPU) are generally less stable than odd multipliers.
Furthermore, depending on your BCLK, you might need a bit more voltage on the IMC to compensate for the extra DIMMs, but its nothing major. Just a notch or two above stock should do the trick.

I'm running 21x191
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btw. The links for OC settings in post #2 are broken for some reason now. They link to the wrong post numbers. I know they used to work, because I used them as a guide last year.
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I'm running 21x191
Either way, should be just plug 'n play. You might have to hit that "MemOK!" button to get the board to POST/Boot (I had to) if I doesn't boot right away, so make sure to copy your current OC settings into a profile.

As always, run a stress test to make sure everything is working as it should. If you crash or should a worker fail, try increasing either voltage on the RAM controller (I forgot what its called tongue.gif)
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Hi guys,

Got a strange power management problem on my second win7 installation, after recovering from sleep the system restart from the boot, not from windows so i loose my session :/

Does anybody can tell me what is working well as parameters on the bios ( S1 only or S3 / sleeping state ACPI / Support ACPI 2.0 / Support APIC ACPI ?
and about windows 7 power saving preferences that work well with this motherboard ?

(righ now, hdd and hybrid sleep has been unactivated in windows )

thank you
Edited by pastor - 5/8/12 at 3:43am
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Hi guys,
Got a strange power management problem on my second win7 installation, after recovering from sleep the system restart from the boot, not from windows so i loose my session :/
Does anybody can tell me what is working well as parameters on the bios ( S1 only or S3 / sleeping state ACPI / Support ACPI 2.0 / Support APIC ACPI ?
and about windows 7 power saving preferences that work well with this motherboard ?
(righ now, hdd and hybrid sleep has been unactivated in windows )
thank you

I have all the power options enabled that you mentioned and both S1 and S3 work for me well. I have S3 currently selected as I like not having the fans going when the computer isn't being used. I lost the hybrid sleep option when moving to this motherboard so I'm not sure about that, but give a shot enabling all the settings.
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