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Hey ryman, it looks like you're getting the help you need with the BIOS stuff... That's great... Hope it works for you man... Later...
    
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This question is for MacG32,

Hey Mac, I know that the latest BIOS that you (and Stasio, who works for Gigabyte) put here on this forum page for others to use for the UD7. How reliable is this setup for clocking your chip higher or is this BIOS setup for something completely different? I might give it a try but had questions, and so far I tried to get in touch with Stasio a couple of times already and nothing. And that's okay, I'm sure he's busy, but what can you let everyone else here know about this newer BIOS setup? Thanks...
    
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New beta BIOS GA-X58A-UD7 - F7x on TT forum.
-Fix: AHCI for SSDs with Sandforce Chip
-06.Aug 10

PunkNugget,PM replied.
Edited by stasio - 8/9/10 at 1:49pm
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Originally Posted by Longie View Post
Nice vids

Now I know my sig says I have the cooling and such all there, though this is a proposed system, everything has arrived except case and CPU cooler (so tempted to set it up on top of a cereal box, haha.

Anyway, I was looking at the Prolimatech Armageddon and x2 Xigmatek XLF-1453 fans (140x140x25mm 1000rpm 16 dB), though before I get these, I need to make sure it will fit with my HyperX RAM cooler, I don't want to spend $140 on an aircooler and go 'oops, doesn't fit'.

I'll do some measurements tonight and hopefully it'll be ok, though if people could help me out with suggestions about it, plus what case to get (still thinking of the Lancool PC-K62), that would be awesome.

Thanks,


Daniel
I can definatly recommend the lancool k62, it is a really good case! High quality, decent looks and a great price tag Go for it!
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Thanks for that mate. I measured it (because my friend has the same case, different motherboard though) and it is 17cm from motherboard to inside of the case, the armageddon is 16.3cm so there should be enough room to play with there.

Fingers crossed!

Once I get all the pieces I can work on getting it up to 4Ghz, I don't want anything more than that really, plus I don't want to decrease the life expectancy of all the parts.
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post #626 of 3831
To Longie:

I can confidently say that the Corsair H50 will fit comfortably in your system and get your i7's up to 4GHz or higher. I decided to go above that with the XSPC Dual Bay/Koolance Rads & Dual Pump system w/Tygon tubing. If you're just wanting to OC the i7 (again) the Corsair H50 will be more than enough. If you want, you can purchase an extra fan for a push/pull effect that will cool your Rad better. BTW Corsair is coming out (this month) with the H70. It will probably be the same price as the Prolimatech Armageddon (maybe even cheaper) and it's a deeper Rad and has a more powerful pump. I think the price will be around $130.00 and with either the H50 or the H70 you won't have the spacing issues... Just my thoughts and hope that helps...
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post #627 of 3831
Quote:
Originally Posted by Valiantz View Post
Hi All. Picked up the first part of my new build yesterday - the GA-X58A-UD7 (Rev.1). Would gladly join the forum...

Greetz
Quote:
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May I ask what northbridge temperatures are considered normal on this board when air cooling?...
Welcome to you both and added to the owners list!

BIOS' updates:

GA-X58A-UD7 Rev.1.0 F7x

- AHCI for SSDs with Sandforce Chip

GA-X58A-UD7 Rev.1.0 Official F6 12 March 2010

- Enhanced Memory Compatibility

GA-X58A-UD7 Rev.2.0 FB4

GA-X58A-UD7 Rev.2.0 Official FA 2 June 2010

- First Release
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To PunkNut:

Thanks heaps for pointing that out, I've read really mixed reviews on it and I wasn't entirely sure if I had to maintain the coolants and whatnot, apparently I don't, which makes it interesting for the life expectancy. I read a review on the H70

http://www.maxishine.com.au/forums/v...?f=40&p=172876

It appears that the temps are the same as the H50 with push/pull, as the H70 is the same as the H50, just comes with fans by default.

But yes, I'm only looking at hitting 4Ghz because I don't want to decrease the life of the CPU too much and I don't have a solid state drive yet, so 4Ghz will be plenty, though if you believe you go above that, I might even try 4.2 or 4.4 when I get all the parts in.


Daniel

ps: pccasegear has the H70, though it's a bit pricey (Australian site has it for $165 AUD and the Armageddon is $99, plus two fans, which is a little cheaper). ETA for stock is 24th September
Edited by Longie - 8/10/10 at 5:41pm
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The bottom line is YOUR CHOICE. If it was me, I would go with the H50 and get another fan for the other side of the rad. In the end it won't cost you more than $90 total, and that's including the fan. Again, your choice. It will be cheaper and it won't be much different. I see quite a few people reaching 4.2GHz with that unit. Look at this vid for proof:

YouTube- ‪i7 930 @ 4.2Ghz Hackintosh on an SSD opening 56 apps in 7 seconds. (SL 10.6.3)‬‎

enjoy... Fast forward to 2 min and see how fast the apps open up. Also that system is running stable (and still running stable) at 4.2GHz... :-) He actually helped me build my system over the phone. Paulo is a good guy. Of course I went a step further and built the ultimate system (at least that's what I think) for the money (compared to a new Mac Pro). My system compares to a $7,200 Mac Pro and I spent far less...
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Wow that's fast, I will be getting solid state in the future, though I'd need a 256Gb I think, I currently use 111Gb for my apps and games, not sure how, but I do, haha.

Thanks for the input, I really appreciate it. I'll do some more research on proper timings and voltages, obviously there's no "set" amount, I just haev to fiddle and tweak for my own system, so we'll see what happens. I can't wait until all my parts come in!
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