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hi ppl i have this mobo, and i need a little help. how many cable do you need to power this mobo?

2 4pin or 1 8pin?
You need your standard 24pin ATX connector, plus 2 4pin or 1 8pin connector by the CPU socket
post #682 of 1591
The mobo guide says our Sabertooths can run 4 dimms as Tri channel memory. I had 3 dimms OC shy of 3000mhz, popped in the 4th stick and it dropped shy of 2200mhz.

Is this true that it does run tri channel speeds with 4 dimms or should I just get the last 2 dimms?
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post #683 of 1591
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I had sleep issues after updating Windows 7 with SP1. Found my hotfix here by starting a thread and finding the fix eventually. Don't think it's the same problem however.

Curious did you just install a fresh Windows 7 and did it happen installing SP1?
Yes I am on a fresh install of W7. I dont think I updated to SP1 yet though. I will install and see if problem persists.

BTW, what is the latest BIOS revision for the P67 Sabretooth? My board came stock with 1502.
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post #684 of 1591
thanks for info.

just 1 more question
what do you think about the coolermaster 850W Cooler Master Silent Pro PSU? is it good
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post #685 of 1591
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thanks for info.

just 1 more question
what do you think about the coolermaster 850W Cooler Master Silent Pro PSU? is it good
Sorry can't help you on that one, my Apevia 680W still holding strong LOL, but somebody might be able to h\\answer that for you
post #686 of 1591
I received my MoBo back from Asus just now, but they sent back the same MoBo, they didn't exchange it. When I sent it out, I was having problems with windows not recognizing the on board audio, tried re-installing windows several times, also tried re-installing drivers several times to no luck. And now they sent back the same one. The only thing I can think of is my Graphics card creating a conflict (because of the HDMI audio). Does anybody had any issues with their on-board audio and a graphics card with HDMI ports? Previously I was using two ATI 5670 on crossfire and had no problems (those had HDMI ports) Anybody please help me with this thing, I'm going nuts
post #687 of 1591
Does anyone know if the thermal armor with a fan reduces VRM/MOSFET temperatures?
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Does anyone know if the thermal armor with a fan reduces VRM/MOSFET temperatures?
I heard it helps, but only a slight bit. I may pick one up just for the summer when it is 90F in my room.
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I heard that the armor is actually containing heat underneath it. So i'm looking for ways to remove it instead of just adding a fan.
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post #690 of 1591
Where are people getting these notions? The thermal armor is meant to direct airflow over/across the components it covers and works best with a downward facing HSF or, in it's absence, the extra 50mm aux fan. In my case, I have a side panel fan and keep the 50mm cover panel off which lets the side panel fan push air down under the thermal armor.

This system has been shown to improve cooling vs no thermal armor by a few degrees in several reviews, I'm sure google could help you out here.
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