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Assuming the GTX 570's are dual slot... Yes, but nothing else.

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I think the GTX 570s are dual slot so I shouldn't have a problem. Do triple and quad slot video cards exist?
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I think the GTX 570s are dual slot so I shouldn't have a problem. Do triple and quad slot video cards exist?
I know Asus makes a 3-slot GTX 580 and HD 6970.
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I just saw it. Wow!
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I don't have the PC in front of me, but here is the spacing:
{big img}
can you measure it when you are near the pc, or measure the sli bridge, since I guess its the same lenght right?

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and could someone please write what they disabled in the bios when they overclocked the system, since thats what I´m unsure of about the whole overclocking part.

please
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Is it possible to overclock the USB ports on the Asus Sabertooth P67 to 500 and 1000hz?
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Is it possible to overclock the USB ports on the Asus Sabertooth P67 to 500 and 1000hz?

no you cant overclock usb ports you can blow the power lane and cause major system instability and afaik its not possible anyway.

you can change polling rates but thats more hardware related i.e some mice and keyboards have the option of changing the polling rate so they draw more juice but thats about it..
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What else can I say, other than that Sabertooth rocks? Hehe ^_^
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Thanks for the multitude of great info & links.

Please point me at tutorials about adding photos and using this conference.
I'm a little lost so far.

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Short question about coolers. I'm considering the Corsair or Antec liquid cooler no maintenance for the CPU’s. Any comments? I'd like to know what the 5000 club uses? After visiting a few lectures at MIT's Nuclear labs, I'd imagine the 5000 GHZ'ers are PHD's in thermal conductivity of pure (best) and alloyed metals (no) and could converse with Mechanical Engineers who had Material Science interests about the Thermodynamics of Copper Heat exchangers against aluminum and alloys as well as optimum configurations. Aerodynamics of the space shuttle heat shields might fall into play after a few.

Anyway from what I've seen, There are collections of a few at microcenter
(fans and cou coolers water and tower and lots of copper) and at occaisional other stores, but by best refererences have been the manufacturing company web sites, and of course the club. I'm still lookin'


--- still reading --


As I read more in this Sabertooth Club I’ll decide on cooling for X58 Chipset, Graphics cards and possibly a Blue water Cooling system for a good show.
555 timers and led's maybe a thermister with a voltage to digital converter and a 3 digit temo display?

-- other refence --

I’m reading a copy of ComputerPowerUser (CPU) and it has a good number of System builder ads and articles. They’re available for free on line and at the computer stores.

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WORK IN PROGRESS – Day 5 -- many parts still in the mail…

ASUS Sabertooth X58 LGA 1366 Intel X58 SATA 6GB/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel CoolMaster HAF 932ATX FULL Tower $120 TigerDirect
Motherboard $149 newegg
CORSAIR XMS3 6GB (3x2GB) 240-pin DDR3 1600 PC3 12800) Triple Channel Kit Desktop Mem. TR3X6G1600C9 $73 newegg
I7-950 3.06Ghz Boxed Processor $212.50 microcenter
EVGA NVIDEA SURROUND Physx Cuda SLI 1024MB GDDR5 GeForce GTX 460 SE Direct X 11 Mini-HDMI… $181 microcenter
Corsair 750W ATX 12V V2.3 CMPSU-750TX $110 Amazon
WD1002FAEX Caviar 1T 7200rpm 64MB cache SATA 6GB/s $85 TigerDirect
Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bit –Pack for System Builders –OEM $140 newegg
NETGEAR WG111US USB 2.0 Wireless Adapter $35 newegg

Need SATA DVD R/W $20-30 LG? Sony?
Considering No Maintenance Watercooling System
$120 Corsair H70 Liquid Cool 2-Fans $109 (H50 for $79)
Antec Kuhler H2o 620 -- $65 Liquid cooling system CPU heat exchanger with integrated pump Weight 1.5 lbs
Ceramique cpu to cooler thermal grease – I believe I should use very little 1/32nd inch 1/64 inch? Is this right? Less is better!

-- misc details --

A List Showed the lowest temps from these coolers (Not overclocked as far as I know)

CPU HEAT SINK Temperature Comparison Load/sound-db 30 Coolers 49-62 BEST:

(1)Noctua NH-C12P 49.2C/52db $67
(2)SunBeamTech (SBT) Core-Contact Freezer 52.7C/61db
(3)ZEROtherm ZEN FZ120 53.1C/59db $30-$109
(4) Coolmaster V10 53.2C/67db (5) Thermaltake pw850i 53.6C/71db $125

--

A few notes on auxiliary fan's CFM and noise

Delta Delta FFB1212EHE 202CFM /67DB $31 -- 202CFM is as much as 4 other fans but 67 db loud (might be nice on a switch!)

the Silent Wings 120mm shifted 47cfm and measured 27dbA, $20 – good CFM, low noise
Asus FAN 1225S1 @ 1,200rpm 55cfm, 33dBA.$11 – good CFM low noise
(On the side – they filled a trash bag using the fan and calculated actual cubic feet by the time of the fill and bag size.)

Backto reading Sabertooth,
-- Cheers
post #469 of 1591
Wondering if anyone else with a Sabertooth X58 mobo is having this issue.

I downloaded the SP1 patch. My screen saver is set to go on after 10 min of idle for 10 min. Then 10 min later display to turn off. Then 10 min later put the computer to sleep and pow! BSOD. 'Internal Power Error'. Happened three times in a row of trial.

I've tried it taking my OC off the mobo and video card, same thing. I tried removing my software for the GPU fan (Precision 2.02), same thing. I uninstalled it, everything was back to normal. I turned off my antivirus completely not even to start up at reboot, installed SP1 and same BSOD when powering down to 'sleep'.

I bought all my components in December so everything is brand new. Took off SP1 and everything is back to normal.

On my original thread it seems a second person with a Sabertooth X58 just posted and he also is having same exact problem. Curious if anyone else is experiencing same?
     
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I think the GTX 570s are dual slot so I shouldn't have a problem. Do triple and quad slot video cards exist?
You can still have a sound card:



and Asus makes a 570 and 580 that have a custom 3-slot cooler
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