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Thanks for the reply. How about the frequency and timing details. Will memory operating at stock 1333 Mhz be sufficient. I read some where that Phenom II only supports the 1333 frequency but the board will do much more. Am I being silly thinking my Ram stinks?
Meh XMS isn't the greatest but it's serviceable.

Most good RAM is already been sold. The good OC'ing RAM anyway. With your 1100 you can go as high as 1866 series RAM without issue. I'm running my 1600 series at 1600 with this 965 without issue. It's 955BE and below that you can't run stock RAM speeds above 1333 while running stock CPU speeds. But when I was OC'ed to 3.8 on my 955 I was able to run over 1600 even with my RAM which is 1600.

And yes RAM operating at 1333 would be sufficient but if you can go higher I definitely recommend it.

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Sorry guys, I have been off-thread for a while (shouldn't say this but I was on the Navy Seal Team that got OBL)

Anyway, here's my latest "issue" (in the US now we no longer have "problems"; we have "issues" )

I am well past the $hits and giggles stage with this Gigabyte UD5 motherboard. Wired up (properly of course) and not a single beep, no post, no nothing on the screen - just as before I RMA'd it for the exact same problem ages ago.

So I am not going to fool with it anymore. Right now I have slightly more money than time and patience, of which I have NONE!

So what is the ASUS board that is supposed to replace the ASUS Formula. As those of you who know me know, I have the ASUS Crosshair IV Formula Board and am super duper delighted with it. So as to be ready for the new AMD Bulldozer, does anyone know the successor to the Crosshair?


Addendum: Yes, I do know about the Crosshair V. What I don't know is whether or not this is the best way to go. Review: http://www.overclockersclub.com/revi...air_v_formula/

Btw Caedderman, now you are "like an "ADD kid on crack". Be careful I don't tell your Mom on you!
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Btw Caedderman, now you are "like an "ADD kid on crack". Be careful I don't tell your Mom on you!
Welcome back ICG.

To be honest if you already have IV, it's my opinion that buying V would be a waste of money since IV can run Bulldozer as well. You'll be losing the power saving features that you would be able to run it with on V. But if you're going to be OC'ing you would lose those anyway.

Then of course there are the stability ports that are only significant to V. But those are pretty much for running more stable OC's with SLI because there is no Crosshair V Extreme. Basically when Intel and AMD decided to play nice together for that board there was no reason to continue Lucid technology and therefore allowed both the Formula and the Extreme to be implemented into one Board. Which is a good thing but power Clockers with SLI of 3 or larger only need apply for V.

So in a nutshell...

IV is for overclocking on a Mid to Advanced Level.

While V is more for Experts where Bulldozer is concerned.

IV is an excellent platform to learn the limits of the new CPU and V is for implementing what was learned and taking it to another level.

I'm staying on my Board until either I have to move forward or until Crosshair VI is introduced and I've wrung every last bit of life I can from IV.

As far as me Mum goes, you wouldn't be able to surprise her as she's known it all along. lulz

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Personally gonna wait for Bulldozer to come out and see how it does. Then I may wait for Ivy Bridge to come out and see how IT does against Bulldozer... then I'll make a decision. Only reason I'd get BD now is if it blows the pants off of SB and plays in the same playground as the i7 990X (Gulftown?) or so. I just have the feeling the next 12 months is gonna be jammed packed with processors coming out left and right. If I am gonna be behind no matter what, might as well be behind now and save my buckaroos for when I feel it's a better time. Ok... so maybe it's an exercise in futility but I'll feel better about the whole thing.
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Sorry guys, I have been off-thread for a while (shouldn't say this but I was on the Navy Seal Team that got OBL)

Anyway, here's my latest "issue" (in the US now we no longer have "problems"; we have "issues" )

I am well past the $hits and giggles stage with this Gigabyte UD5 motherboard. Wired up (properly of course) and not a single beep, no post, no nothing on the screen - just as before I RMA'd it for the exact same problem ages ago.

So I am not going to fool with it anymore. Right now I have slightly more money than time and patience, of which I have NONE!

So what is the ASUS board that is supposed to replace the ASUS Formula. As those of you who know me know, I have the ASUS Crosshair IV Formula Board and am super duper delighted with it. So as to be ready for the new AMD Bulldozer, does anyone know the successor to the Crosshair?


Addendum: Yes, I do know about the Crosshair V. What I don't know is whether or not this is the best way to go. Review: http://www.overclockersclub.com/revi...air_v_formula/
Alright!!!!

Good to hear from you D*#$%^,

I was just thinking about you, not an hour ago.
I thought we had lost you.

As you may know, I have the C5F and the Sabertooth (990FX).

I have, for the time being, put the Sabertooth back in the box.
Have to wait and see what it will do with the Dozer when/if AMD ever releases it.

Of course, I would rather wait than have an early release (buggy) chip.

As for the C5F, I am not that impressed, BUT, that is a big one. I do not, as of yet, have an FX Dozer CPU to give this board a full test run.

It realy would not be fair to say anything derogatory about the board until the FX chip come out.

The 1090T run well on the board and gets over 4Ghz with ease.

Seems to play well with most mainstream brands of memory, here again, the FX CPU will change that.

Meanwhile, I am have fun clock'in the dung out of my 1090T and seeing what kind of memory bench I can get.

BTW, my C4F is my sig rig for now, LOVE IT!

Will get two (2) FX 8 core CPU's. One for the C4F and one for the C5F and see what they look like side by side.

What fun it is!
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IV is for overclocking on a Mid to Advanced Level.

While V is more for Experts where Bulldozer is concerned.

IV is an excellent platform to learn the limits of the new CPU and V is for implementing what was learned and taking it to another level.
Caedderman, Just because you I'm a complete boobaroo does not give you the right to reveal that to all on this thread! Really, truly I am hurt! How dare you!

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V is more for Experts
I mean, really, was that nice!

Here's what a kindler, gentler member said over the Formula V thread:
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In a few words if you ... go directly for the V you will be ready for anything that comes with BD and you will have an amazing board.
OK, all joking aside; here's the deal:

1) The Crosshair V is only $229.99 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...mula+V&x=0&y=0

2) The Crosshair IV is $209.99 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...ula+IV&x=0&y=0

So for a mere $20.00 I buy the Future, not the past. Now admittedly the Crosshair IV is a fantabulous board. I have that nicely and completely installed with Win 7 64 bit and my work Programs on an Intel 80 GB X25M SSD. Since I need to replace that 2 oz. copper (and no more!) Gigabyte board (or devote the rest of my life RMA'ing it), it seems to make sense I buy the Crosshair V.

Here's what Jobie over on the Formula V thread said
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I was scared about the UEFI interface and all the options available but if you leave everything on auto the MB works just great and you can overclock it as easy.
Nothing, I repeat NOTHING, scares me technically!

I am a member of OCN - AND I know the Caedderman, et. al. who have more hardware knowledge than I ever will and are so kind to always give good advice.

So "to V or not to V"; that is the question.

Note: I really appreciate those who "smash-face" tell me what they believe to be true, so please feel free to disagree with me and say that you think a jump to the Formula V is premature. I didn't buy the Formula Extreme for the simple reason that I did my homework - thoroughly - on that one. I have not done my homework on the Crosshair V board, so it could just be another problem-ridden dog like the Extreme. I just dunno.

(Also, this is not a replacement for the Crosshair IV I have but rather a replacement for the GB Board in my 2nd rig.)
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Welcome back ICG.

To be honest if you already have IV, it's my opinion that buying V would be a waste of money since IV can run Bulldozer as well. You'll be losing the power saving features that you would be able to run it with on V. But if you're going to be OC'ing you would lose those anyway.

Then of course there are the stability ports that are only significant to V. But those are pretty much for running more stable OC's with SLI because there is no Crosshair V Extreme. Basically when Intel and AMD decided to play nice together for that board there was no reason to continue Lucid technology and therefore allowed both the Formula and the Extreme to be implemented into one Board. Which is a good thing but power Clockers with SLI of 3 or larger only need apply for V.

So in a nutshell...

IV is for overclocking on a Mid to Advanced Level.

While V is more for Experts where Bulldozer is concerned.

IV is an excellent platform to learn the limits of the new CPU and V is for implementing what was learned and taking it to another level.

I'm staying on my Board until either I have to move forward or until Crosshair VI is introduced and I've wrung every last bit of life I can from IV.

As far as me Mum goes, you wouldn't be able to surprise her as she's known it all along. lulz

~Ceadder
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I was just thinking about you, not an hour ago.
Ah ... May all your thoughts of me be reasonably clean ones!?

Good to be back. All my difficulties seem now to be in the past so I can continue to annoy you on OCN.

Headmixer, you know how much I respect your opinion and appreciate your advice. When you say:
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Of course, I would rather wait than have an early release (buggy) chip.

As for the C5F, I am not that impressed, BUT
Re the BD being a potentially buggy chip, I fully appreciate your hesitation. I still have the 1055 (new) and a 4-core AMD as well, so I am not looking at the C5F with the BD exclusively in mind.

Re your statement that you are NOT impressed with the C5F, may I know why? I could really use some good old Texas brute force honesty.
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Yo Incurablegeek!

To V or not to V... there lie the question?

V. $20 difference and as you yourself said... you will be buying the future. the V does everything the IV does as it is. It does have that extra nice windows based BIOS thingy that will make OC'ing that much easier and faster to accomplish.

So... keep on V'ing!
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intel and amd playing nice?
I knuw huh, hard to believe ain't it?

@ICG... since it will be a replacement for the Gigabyte trash you have now() and you do expect to have BD if and when AMD ever launches it, I would go ahead and get Crosshair V.

I was figuring that you were looking at selling Crosshair IV and using that money to put with the Gigabyte monies to get Crosshair V and BD. Now that I'm a little more 5 by 5 on the situation I can honestly say if I were in your position to go with both.

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