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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.
I bought it brand new from newegg.com about 2 weeks ago so hopefully there won't be any issues
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
Thanks for pointing this ram out!! It looks like the Flare series doesn't have compatibility issues with this board!!!!
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Originally Posted by Tweeky View Post
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

I bought the CH4 brand new from Newegg about 2 weeks ago so hopefully there won't be any overheating problems!!!

Thanks for pointing this RAM out, It looks like the Flare series works well with AMD boards!!!!
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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
That is a diff story(diff clocks). I was talking about RAM @ 1xxx clock, 1T vs. 2T
I was able to stabilize my old RAM (2000... 2T, stock) @ 2000... 1T bumping the RAM volt a lil bit.
Just "play" with CPU/NB volt. and/or RAM volt. for 1600 1T
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Well, I borrowed some older DDR3 ram from a friend. They're not on the QVL either, but it still doesn't work. I don't think I'll be able to get any QVL ram soon and since I've talked to several people who got their ripjaws to work out of the box, I think I'll just RMA the board and hope for the best.

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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
I would, but I can't even get that far

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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.
Thanks for the info - I'll look into it.
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Also finally talked my wife into letting me test my ram in her new board (GIGABYTE GA-890FXA-UD5) and it booted up fine. That's enough for me to conclude that it's the board for sure. Looks like I'll be packing it up tonight.

I'll post back once I get the new board and hook everything up. Thanks for the help, all.
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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
was this after setting up in slots 1 and 2 ?
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Anyone purchase this board recently and have the northbridge standoff problem? Or have they fixed it?

Thinking of heading back to AMD.
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was this after setting up in slots 1 and 2 ?
Yes it was
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go into the bios and to the temperature section and wait for it to crash ?

boot windows safe mode run pc probe and prime 95 to test 55 c crash ?
It doesn't ever reach 55C while in bios, and it doesn't ever until I start gaming. I am guesing the the SLI is the cause of the stress on the NB? Also let me just make sure my issue is clear. The computer doesn't BSOD, it just does a hard freeze, or CTD in games. I have bumped the NB volts, and the PCI-E voltage one bump and it seems to be better. However it also has been a bit colder here the past few days.
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Anyone purchase this board recently and have the northbridge standoff problem? Or have they fixed it?

Thinking of heading back to AMD.
I purchased mine on 11-9-2010 and no issues what so ever, just having a ball with this thing, it's simply awesome! NB maxs out at 42c during a 24 hr prime95 run with OC listed in sig rig.
 
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