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Nice!
How did you color your RAM?

Hi MetallicAcid Thanks!

To answer your question, I used this to color my RAM: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233231

Hopefully, it's not against the rules to post links? In case it is, here is the model number: CMZ8GX3M4X1600C9G

=D

Doesn't seem to be a very popular color but I wanted to see how it worked with the Sabertooth, I like the result!
Edited by LSB1 - 2/12/12 at 1:52pm
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Hi MetallicAcid Thanks!
To answer your question, I used this to color my RAM: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233231
Hopefully, it's not against the rules to post links? In case it is, here is the model number: CMZ8GX3M4X1600C9G
=D
Doesn't seem to be a very popular color but I wanted to see how it worked with the Sabertooth, I like the result!

Me too!

Definitely something that is not seen every day, AND matches the mobo awesomely!
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Excuse my poor photography.

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Hey everyone,

Getting fed up with my Sabertooth TUF P67, triple logo's all the time, won't wake from sleep, whenever I overclock or disable EPU Power Save it turns on for 4 seconds, turns off, then boots as normal after triple logo's. I've whacked it on stock settings for now.

I've enabled XMP for my ram, disabled Marvel controllers, I have turbo mode on auto, all CPU settings auto, as everything I do causes the above.

Boot times with my C300 SSD are around 56 seconds from when I press "on".

I have read people have similar issues, I have the latest bios (can't quote it off the top of my head).

This doesn't seem to be logical, must be just something the board does! I have the supposed Microsoft sleep fix... Does nothing!

Overclocking is useless, just fails! Anyone managed to solve any of these issues? I read it relates to my graphics card somewhat? Could it be some form of bad power settings?

My rig also randomly freezes upon startup. And sometimes when browsing the net. Hope these issues aren't linked! They shouldn't be! Anyone else had any similar issues?

I've read most of the posts here, but there's no real answer, unless I'll just have to grin and bear it? In which case.... (face palm)




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Wake from sleep AFAIK is an Intel P67 chipset firmware issue that (IMHO can't be fixed at all) cant be fixed by Asus so its up to Intel. Overclocking is fairly easy but works fine on my Sabertooth P67, the rest however sounds like ram issues TBH.

EDIT: Also, the USB3.0 70C warning is likely due to running another program that reports temps and AI suite at the same time. If you do that it can cause temporary errors due to both apps hitting the sensors at the same time.
    
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Hey everyone,
Getting fed up with my Sabertooth TUF P67, triple logo's all the time, won't wake from sleep, whenever I overclock or disable EPU Power Save it turns on for 4 seconds, turns off, then boots as normal after triple logo's. I've whacked it on stock settings for now.
I've enabled XMP for my ram, disabled Marvel controllers, I have turbo mode on auto, all CPU settings auto, as everything I do causes the above.
Boot times with my C300 SSD are around 56 seconds from when I press "on".
I have read people have similar issues, I have the latest bios (can't quote it off the top of my head).
This doesn't seem to be logical, must be just something the board does! I have the supposed Microsoft sleep fix... Does nothing!
Overclocking is useless, just fails! Anyone managed to solve any of these issues? I read it relates to my graphics card somewhat? Could it be some form of bad power settings?
My rig also randomly freezes upon startup. And sometimes when browsing the net. Hope these issues aren't linked! They shouldn't be! Anyone else had any similar issues?
I've read most of the posts here, but there's no real answer, unless I'll just have to grin and bear it? In which case.... (face palm)
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Sounds like your voltage is too low, my CPU at 4.5Ghz at 1.33 volts would rarely blue screen, 1.34 volts would rarely freeze, like once during boot or when running, 1.35volts was the no error zone

And sounds like you have your SSD set up incorrectly, follow this guide.

So, my problem was, since I use the P67 Chipset, the hole System hangs from time to time very long when I use the Rapid Storage from Intel, the entry in the Event Viewer is: Event ID:9 - The device, DeviceIdeiaStor0, did not respond within the timeout period.



The solution is easy! The problem is, that the C300 SSD cannot handle the LPM-Feature from the Rapid Storage from Intel. ********, please check the firmware from the C300 about LPM and test it in your labs! Since Version 10 of the Rapid Storage LPM is enabled by default, when you make a clean new installation from the RST and that was the problem on my system. I deactivate LPM on all ports by modify the Registry and the problem was solved directly, the freeze-ups are gone – so easy is it! Also the speed from the SSD goes dramatically up!


The needed Reg-File to disable LPM on all Intel Ports it is easy to create . create a new Text-File, copy and paste the following text in that file and then name it for example “LPM.reg”. Double click, restart and that’s it. On the next boot up LPM is disabled. You can also disable only one or two ports and so on. Then you must delete the line from that port, who you don’t want to disable LPM.


Copy start at the next line:

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\iaStor\Parameters\Port0]

"LPM"=dword:00000000
"LPMDSTATE"=dword:00000000
"DIPM"=dword:00000000


[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\iaStor\Parameters\Port1]

"LPM"=dword:00000000
"LPMDSTATE"=dword:00000000
"DIPM"=dword:00000000


[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\iaStor\Parameters\Port2]

"LPM"=dword:00000000
"LPMDSTATE"=dword:00000000
"DIPM"=dword:00000000


[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\iaStor\Parameters\Port3]

"LPM"=dword:00000000
"LPMDSTATE"=dword:00000000
"DIPM"=dword:00000000


[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\iaStor\Parameters\Port4]

"LPM"=dword:00000000
"LPMDSTATE"=dword:00000000
"DIPM"=dword:00000000


[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\iaStor\Parameters\Port5]

"LPM"=dword:00000000
"LPMDSTATE"=dword:00000000
"DIPM"=dword:00000000
Copy end up over this line:


So, give it a try, i hope it works also by other users here in this community, not only just me! I am disable LPM from now directly on any new installation!



Kind Regards
Zoorki


At the end - here are the text what Intel says about LMP in the Rapid Storage since Version 10:



Link Power Management with Intel® Rapid Storage Technology

Intel® Rapid Storage Technology implements the Link power management (LPM) feature described by the Serial ATA specification to overcome the power demand of a high-speed serial interface, SATA and providing the capability of SATA at the minimum power cost. LPM, when used in conjunction with a SATA hard drive that supports this feature, enables lower power consumption. LPM was initially enabled by default on mobile platforms starting with ICH6M with Intel® Matrix Storage Manager. Starting with ICH9R this feature has also been supported on desktop platforms with Intel® Matrix Storage Manager 7.5 release but not enabled by default. Beginning with the Intel® Rapid Storage Technology 10.0 release, LPM support is enabled by default on both mobile and desktop platforms. OEM’s who wish to modify the default settings for LPM on their platforms can follow the instructions in the following section(s).

Instructions to disable/enable LPM

After system is setup with OS and Intel® Rapid Storage Technology installed, follow the below instructions to modify the default LPM support.

NOTE: Beginning with the Intel® Rapid Storage Technology 10.0 release, the registry keys are no longer populated in the Windows registry by default. The RST driver does not require the registry keys to be present to support the default settings.

1. Go to Start->Run
2. Type in RegEdit and hit the Enter Key.
3. Go to the below mentioned location to insert or configure the registry keys for LPM
NOTE: OEM’s need to configure the LPM settings by port. Ports are numbered starting with zero (please refer the desired platform EDS for the number of ports supported on that platform)

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESystemCurrentControlSetServic esiaStorParame
tersPort0
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESystemCurrentControlSetServic esiaStorParame
tersPort1

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESystemCurrentControlSetServic esiaStorParame
tersPort5

4. Now add the following registry keys under the registry location mentioned in step3, if they are not available (These registry keys are not available by default, they can be added by using utomated scripts, .reg files, executable utilities, etc). If you find the below registry keys already available, you can modify the values for desired support. Values are modified on a port by port basis so modify all ports that you wish the changes to be supported on. **

“LPM”=dword: 00000001 {dword: 00000000->Disable; dword: 00000001->Enable} [default = Enabled]
“LPMSTATE”=dword: 00000000 {dword: 00000000->Partial; dword: 00000001->Slumber} [default = Disabled] (Note: the driver ignores this key when the LPM key’svalue is not set to 1. So when LPM value is 0, this value is N/A.)
“LPMDSTATE”=dword: 00000001 {dword: 00000000->Partial; dword: 00000001->Slumber} [default = Enabled]
“DIPM”=dword: 00000001 {dword: 00000000->Disable; dword: 00000001->Enable} [default = Enabled]

**Warning: If you edit the registry incorrectly, you can cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall your operating system. Intel does not guarantee that problems that are caused by editing the Registry incorrectly can be resolved.

Disable indexing
Description: Indexing creates and maintains a database of file attributes. This can lead to multiple small writes when creating/deleting/modifying files. Searching for files will still work.
Instructions: Start Menu -> Right-Click Computer -> Manage -> Services and Applications -> Services - > Right-Click Windows Search -> Startup type: Disabled -> OK

Disable defragmentation
Description: Defragmenting a hard disk's used space is only useful on mechanical disks with multi-millisecond latencies. Free-space defragmentation may be useful to SSDs, but this feature is not available in the default Windows Defragmenter.
Instructions: Start Menu -> Right-Click Computer -> Manage -> Services and Applications -> Services - > Right-Click Disk Defragmenter -> Startup type: Disabled -> OK

Disable Write Caching
Description: There is no cache on the SSD, so there are no benefits to write caching. There are conflicting reports on whether this gains speed or not.
Instructions: Start Menu -> Right-Click Computer -> Manage -> Device Manager -> Disk drives -> Right-Click STEC PATA -> Properties -> Policies Tab -> Uncheck Enable write caching -> OK

Configure Superfetch
Description: Frees up RAM by not preloading program files.
Instructions: On second glance, I would recommend leaving this one alone. However, there are some customizations that you can follow in the post below.

Firefox - Use memory cache instead of disk cache
Description: If you use Firefox, there's a way to write cached files to RAM instead of the hard disk. This is not only faster, but will significantly reduce writes to the SSD while using the browser.
Instructions: Open Firefox -> Type about:config into the address bar -> Enter -> double-click browser.cache.disk.enable to set the value to False -> Right-Click anywhere -> New -> Integer -> Preference Name "disk.cache.memory.capacity" -> value memory size in KB. Enter 32768 for 32MB, 65536 for 64MB, 131072 for 128MB, etc. -> restart Firefox

Free up extra drive space
Disable the Page File
Description: Eliminate writing memory to the SSD, free over 2GB of disk space. Warning - If you run out of memory the program you're using will crash.
Instructions: Start Menu -> Right-Click Computer -> Properties -> Advanced System Settings -> Settings (Performance) -> Advanced Tab -> Change -> Uncheck Automatically manage -> No paging file -> Set -> OK -> Restart your computer
Alternatively, if you want to play it safer, you can set a custom size of 200MB min and max.

Disable System Restore
Description: Don't write backup copies of files when installing new programs or making system changes. Can free up between a few hundred MB to a couple GB. Warning - Although unlikely, if a driver installation corrupts your system, there won't be an automatic way to recover.
Instructions: Start Menu -> Right-Click Computer -> Properties -> Advanced System Settings -> System Protection Tab -> Configure -> Turn off system protection -> Delete -> OK

Disable Hibernate
Description: You may free up 1GB of space on the SSD if you have 1GB of memory, 2GB of space if you have 2GB memory. You will lose the hibernation feature which allows the equivalent of quick boots and shutdowns.
Instructions: Start Menu -> Type cmd -> Right-Click the cmd Icon -> Run as Administrator -> Type powercfg -h off -> Type

Also I don't know about your SSD boot times, I have a Vertex 3 OCZ drive and I boot 3gigs of files into my ram at boot, and my system does a full boot in less then 6 seconds after the windows logo vanishes, and even then the windows logo is on screen for only five seconds. Also make sure you have the SSD put onto your Intel SATAIII 6G port, the Marvel 6G port will only reach around 350MBPS Throughput, the Intel 6G port can reach far over 600MBPS throughput
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X79 SABERTOOTH owners - can anybody measure for me distance from highest point of cooler over back ports including distance from mobo to the case is well.. in millimetres please.
I am building new rig based on LGA2011, and not sure this mobo will fit in to the CM Storm Trooper with water radiator placed inside the top of case....
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hi, im going to connect a sata 3 hdd, do i need to change something in the bios?
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Well, at least they finally fixed the pci-e layout. I really love these sabertooth boards but I really wish that they would drop the thermal armor.
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