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post #191 of 3829
Will anybody here will replace their UD7 board when the UD9 is officially launched? That board does look very tempting though. But I don't think it is worth it anyway, since I have a UD7, and I don't plan on doing crazy overclocks anyway. But look at those PCI-E slots and the new southbridge design is so good looking.
    
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Will anybody here will replace their UD7 board when the UD9 is officially launched? That board does look very tempting though. But I don't think it is worth it anyway, since I have a UD7, and I don't plan on doing crazy overclocks anyway. But look at those PCI-E slots and the new southbridge design is so good looking.
How long before the UD9 is out?
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post #193 of 3829
Shouldn't be too much longer.

I will be sticking with UD7 myself, no need to go UD9 unless you have 4 cards you want to SLI/Xfire and are trying to break records using them.

I do like the looks of it though, and the new MosFets redesign which you can see mentioned here
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...=251206&page=2

Full review (Site is down ATM though)

http://lab501.ro/placi-de-baza/gigab...ay-sli-preview

Translation to English:
http://translate.google.com/translat...ay-sli-preview
    
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Has anyone got any issues trying to get the RAM running past 2200MHz? I had some Trident 2000 kit and it wouldn't post past 2200 no matter the voltage increase or losened timings.

I now have some GTX2 but i can't get it running at it's stock speeds - i can get up to 2230MHz-ish and it won't post if it's more. Again, voltage increase on vDIMM and VTT.
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You can't run memory on 920-975 CPU's over 2000+ Mhz for daily use, it requires way to much uncore voltages

You need a 980X or 970 CPU when they come out, the 2:1 ratio on the others is what stops you from being able to run 2000+ easily
    
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It also helps NB Temps if you guys redo with your own NB Thermal paste, I suggest using TX-2 or MX-2.

Don't use AS5, and DO put the thermal pads back on the mosfets, not paste.

This is my plan for this weekend when the challenge is over. I going to change out as much as I can.


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This is my plan for this weekend when the challenge is over. I going to change out as much as I can.


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post #198 of 3829
Please pardon the multi-post (Any mod that noticed), just seemed worthy!

So, somebody came out with 2533Mhz Dual channel memory today.... I saw some crazy timings and though to myself who needs double channel with those timings?

< Mushkin to the rescue!

Didn't notice till I went to post this I was 10Mhz off, will do again later tonight


2522.8Mhz Triple Channel



http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1172315


Yes, of course this is not stable like their $325 a stick memory probably is, but it was quick and easy to get there
    
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Anyone having a problem with the sata controller? When I connect my sata hdds to channel 2 and 3, they are detected as channel 0 and 1 slaves in the bios. I connected them to channels 4 and 5 and they are detected as channel 2 and 3.
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I never pay attention to any of that, it is not relevant really.

What I will say is you should put your OS/MAIN drive into SATAII_0, and then your CD/DVD Drive into SATAII_5, and any other drives in between or on the other ports.
    
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