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can 2 Asus GTX 580 DirectCU ll fit in this board?
that takes 3 space of the PCI brakets
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can 2 Asus GTX 580 DirectCU ll fit in this board?
that takes 3 space of the PCI brakets
Which board exactly?

Sabertooth P67: Yes

IDK about the others.
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can 2 Asus GTX 580 DirectCU ll fit in this board?
that takes 3 space of the PCI brakets
If the card takes 3 spaces, no, it will not fit. If you put a card that takes 2 spaces you'll be covering a PCI slot, and the cards will be almost touching each other. I don't think you can use the last PCIx slot for a video card if you are not using the middle one.
post #514 of 1592
Hey guys,

My Sabertooth P67 just arrived and I'm building my new PC but there is something that I'm worried about. When you look at the attached picture below, does the green piece (part of the heatsink) that says #1 move on your Sabertooth P67 when you rock it side to side? Because mine is not stable and moves when I rock it. The green piece that says #2 is very stable and doesn't move at all. That's why I'm concerned if my motherboard is defective. Please someone who has a working Sabertooth P67, let me know as soon as you can as I want to fire it up by tonight.

And does anyone know what the arrows on those green heatsinks are for?

Thanks!

Edited by mrwalker - 4/1/11 at 12:53pm
post #515 of 1592
The one on my x58 also does that (the one all they way on top of the motherboard) if you look closely its being held by only two pins (on on each side) and its really a small heat sink, so im guessing is pretty normal for it to move like that.
post #516 of 1592
Someone told me the same thing in a separate thread I made about this problem. Thanks nicolas!
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Someone told me the same thing in a separate thread I made about this problem. Thanks nicolas!
Glad I could help
post #518 of 1592
Anyone have any issues with 2x 68XX series GPUs fitting on their X58 mobo? My 2nd 6870 is arriving Monday
post #519 of 1592
hey guys first post on the forum..anyway putting the finishing touches on my new 2500k system and cant really decide on a motherboard really like the looks of the p67 saber but have one giant concern i will be running two 6850 and i have a pci asus xonar d2 will it fit in that last pci slot it looks like it will be really close its truly a deal breaker if it doesnt..thnx for the replys
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That is just normal Vdroop. I'm interested in finding out if everybody gets same voltage shown in IETU with stocks settings or is that reading really the VID voltage.
Sorry, misunderstood your question. Yes, I too see 1.28125 volts at stock settings when using IETU.
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