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Wow - that is some serious freaking ram right there. For the price, I suppose it better be!
take a look at these too

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231369
    
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Guys if any of you are having troubles getting RAM that's not on the QVL working change the timings from '1T' to '2T' in the timings menu
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Hello, I'm building my new system and had a couple of questions before i put it together.
Some specs first:
Mobo: crosshair IV Formula
CPU: 1090T

1) I'm ordering this Ram and was wondering if anybody has used it or known it not to be compatible? based on all my research, it "should" be ok( not on QVL) but wanted an opinion from you! http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231401
2) I've read about NB overheating issues from numerous places(including here) and at this point seems to be hit and miss. The question is, should i go ahead and remove the heatsink now and check to see if contact is being made before i put it all together or just wait and see if there are any overheating issues?
3) a somewhat weird question, but the case i'm putting this in is the HAF932. would it matter if i plugged the case fans directly to the PSU( via the molex adapters) or the connectors on the Mobo?
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Hello, I'm building my new system and had a couple of questions before i put it together.
Some specs first:
Mobo: crosshair IV Formula
CPU: 1090T

1) I'm ordering this Ram and was wondering if anybody has used it or known it not to be compatible? based on all my research, it "should" be ok( not on QVL) but wanted an opinion from you! http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231401
2) I've read about NB overheating issues from numerous places(including here) and at this point seems to be hit and miss. The question is, should i go ahead and remove the heatsink now and check to see if contact is being made before i put it all together or just wait and see if there are any overheating issues?
3) a somewhat weird question, but the case i'm putting this in is the HAF932. would it matter if i plugged the case fans directly to the PSU( via the molex adapters) or the connectors on the Mobo?
1. Don't know about that ram. I'm using this http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231259 works great once adjusted in BIOS.
2. I think this issue has been taken care of through new versions. Out of the box my NB temp hovers around 41-44c.
3. Should not be an issue.
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Guys if any of you are having troubles getting RAM that's not on the QVL working change the timings from '1T' to '2T' in the timings menu
Might be a stupid question, (I'm a timing/latency noob ) but what does this do?
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Hello, I'm building my new system and had a couple of questions before i put it together.
Some specs first:
Mobo: crosshair IV Formula
CPU: 1090T

1) I'm ordering this Ram and was wondering if anybody has used it or known it not to be compatible? based on all my research, it "should" be ok( not on QVL) but wanted an opinion from you! http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231401
2) I've read about NB overheating issues from numerous places(including here) and at this point seems to be hit and miss. The question is, should i go ahead and remove the heatsink now and check to see if contact is being made before i put it all together or just wait and see if there are any overheating issues?
3) a somewhat weird question, but the case i'm putting this in is the HAF932. would it matter if i plugged the case fans directly to the PSU( via the molex adapters) or the connectors on the Mobo?

If your botherboard is a newer model (past few months) and from a good company then go ahead and install it.
If its an open box or a used one then it might be good to check it first.

You may hook up the fans any way you like and the motherboard will not care but this motherboard has real good fans speed control built in to the BIOS if you hook the fans up to the fan connect on the motherboard.

I like this memory better if you can find some or wait for it for a week or so. Search by Model "F3-16000CL9D-8GBFL"

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231409
Edited by Tweeky - 1/24/11 at 4:27pm
    
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Might be a stupid question, (I'm a timing/latency noob ) but what does this do?
Its something like better stability, less performance
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I might do that - do you know what sort of time frame there is post invoice? Also, what about cost to me? I assume either way I'll be paying shipping, but what about other fees (I know New Egg does restocking fees in some scenarios).
I've had several replacement boards within a week when Asus cross-shipped them. As I recall you only have to pay for shipping.. no additional fees or anything like that.
    
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Its something like better stability, less performance
Less performance depends, At 1T mt RAM can only do 1400Mhz on this board, But if I drop to 2T I get 100% stability on my RAM and 1600Mhz RAM speed which at even running 2T is faster
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Right guys, Been playing around with Lucid + native 890FX Crossfire + 9800GT PhysX.

Basically trying to find what slots work in what combo...etc...etc...

Slot's 1, 2 and 5 = Success, Crossfire works like a charm and my 9800GT is loaded so hardware PhysX is good to go

Slots 1, 3 and 5 = Crossfire works fine as both 5850's are loaded, 9800GT is not loaded though so no PhysX

Slots 1, 2 and 4 = Only one 5850 is loaded by windows so no Crossfire, 9800GT is loaded and PhysX option is selectable

Slots 1, 4 and 5 = Same as 1, 2 and 5... Complete success...

Enjoy
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