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post #431 of 1592
My P67 Sabertooth came today!

it does indeed look awesome in my NZXT Phantom with that Thermalright Venomous X Black atop it....

There will be pictures after i get the new rig up and running, my current rig will throw fits and choke/die if i ask it to process the 300-someodd images i have on the cards now...

But i did have a problem, the rear panel controls for the NZXT Sleeved LED kits do NOT work with the P67 sabertooth, the thermal shield interfered with their installation so i had to er...Improvise...I'm not quite happy with my final solution and im mulling over a trip to ratshack to make it look a little less like rear...
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post #432 of 1592
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Originally Posted by Bigpapa42 View Post
So question about the board. I realize that its really not built for overclockers... but that doesn't mean overclocking is actually a bad idea, does it? My built will use the Sabertooth P67 with an i5-2500K chip. I'm looking for anything extreme, but I'd like to take it into the 4.2-4.5 MHz range. I see several posters in here have them overclocked, so I'm thinking it can't be a major "don't"....
4.2-4.5 MHz !!! if you want to overclock it whats your start clock speed lol personally i would just buy a CPU in the GHz Range lol
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post #433 of 1592
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I don't remember if I saw it posted on here before but does anyone else have a problem with RAM timings and sleep and if there is any cause for concern.

This board has done it with both sets of memory that I have had on there. Each time it lowers the CL one click after resuming from sleep.

Is CPU-Z accurate in telling me that my RAM is now running at CL7? Lol. Or is it some kind of bug?
Mine does that too. It did it with the last two BIOS revs. I wish there was a fix. The only way to run the CAS you want to run, if you bring your computer in and out of sleep without turning it off, is to pick the CAS that's one higher in the BIOS, and go ahead and put your computer in and out of sleep after you boot it up. It is annoying but not a show stopper.
    
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post #434 of 1592
I am picking up mine today, I will be replacing my Deluxe with the Sabertooth. I am not really using all the extra features of the Deluxe. Dual LAN, bluetooth, USB3.0 box, none of those are being used sadly. I look forward to testing out the superior grade components of the Sabertooth. I am guessing that less built-in components also means less traces and less chances for things to fail.
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4.2-4.5 MHz !!! if you want to overclock it whats your start clock speed lol personally i would just buy a CPU in the GHz Range lol

Er... I''m old school...?
    
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post #436 of 1592
Got my board today. Arrived literally as I had to leave for work, so I only had a moment to open the box and sneak a peak. The thing looks fantastic. Now I'm just waiting for one last shipment of minor stuff - CPU, video card, etc - to arrive and I can start building this thing...
    
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post #437 of 1592
Apologies for the triple post... I was test-fitting the 50mm fan I bought to add the board, as suggested by ASUS for maximum cooling. The problem is the fan cable. The connector is literally right beside the fan mount, so the length of cable is pretty unseemly. Since the fan sits on top of the thermal armor and the pin connector is beneath, how poor of an idea would it be to tuck the wire down under there, out of the way of the fan? Beyond temperatures, which shouldn't be excessive, are there are other potential problems?
    
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post #438 of 1592
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Originally Posted by blackbalt89 View Post
I don't remember if I saw it posted on here before but does anyone else have a problem with RAM timings and sleep and if there is any cause for concern.

This board has done it with both sets of memory that I have had on there. Each time it lowers the CL one click after resuming from sleep.

Is CPU-Z accurate in telling me that my RAM is now running at CL7? Lol. Or is it some kind of bug?
Don't put your system into sleep mode. Intel is still having problems with that.
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Don't put your system into sleep mode. Intel is still having problems with that.
So, all x58 boards do it?
    
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post #440 of 1592
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So, all x58 boards do it?
Mine doesn't.
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