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Guys i got a question, had a discussion with a friend and he said Sandy Bridges disable dx11 features when gaming? This true at all?
What? DX11 is a library, nothing else. DX11 is used for graphics card and has practically nothing to do with the CPU.

The closest thing to that is that there are new extensions available for games with the SB - most notably AVX which is 128-bit floating point processing.
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Guys i got a question, had a discussion with a friend and he said Sandy Bridges disable dx11 features when gaming? This true at all?
your friend is very smart, get him to buy me a Xilinx spartn 3E i'll help him make his fact come true
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Currently working on getting 4.7 stable. At 1.22v and its passed the IBT on high but not prime yet. Reading back through this thread has been incredibly helpful.

I also need better ram.
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Problem with keyboard...
Hey everyone, I have a Logitech G15 keyboard that I'm currently using on my new build. They keyboard will work fine in the bios screens, but after entering Windows 7, all the buttons don't work although the backlighting is operational. I can install drivers for it and even the onboard screen will work fine. I have tried 3 different keyboards in each of the usb slots on the motherboard but the problem is universal. Windows tells me that the "USB composite device driver is not installed (code10)". I have installed all the drivers fromt the provided motherboard disk. I currently have other usb devices installed like my mouse, mic, and M-Audio Fast Track Pro and they are all working fine it seems. I am on bios 1053 currently. I've searched the forums looking for an answer but to no avail. Thanks for your time.
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Problem with keyboard...
Hey everyone, I have a Logitech G15 keyboard that I'm currently using on my new build. They keyboard will work fine in the bios screens, but after entering Windows 7, all the buttons don't work although the backlighting is operational. I can install drivers for it and even the onboard screen will work fine. I have tried 3 different keyboards in each of the usb slots on the motherboard but the problem is universal. Windows tells me that the "USB composite device driver is not installed (code10)". I have installed all the drivers fromt the provided motherboard disk. I currently have other usb devices installed like my mouse, mic, and M-Audio Fast Track Pro and they are all working fine it seems. I am on bios 1053 currently. I've searched the forums looking for an answer but to no avail. Thanks for your time.
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the motherboards bluetooth causes problems with wireless keyboard and mouse. my wirless keyboard would be fine on desktop but in bios would not function correctly. i have to use a wired mouse and keyboard now.

I dont even use anything bluetooth for my motherboard and now that its there without a way of disabling i have to find a use for it. maybe asus will have a keyboard and mouse available for use with their bluetooth motherboards.
post #776 of 3000
EVO, Deluxe, or UD4. for gaming, overclocking, photoshop and all that jazz

Gimme some shout outs here people.
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EVO, Deluxe, or UD4. for gaming, overclocking, photoshop and all that jazz

Gimme some shout outs here people.
Overclocking: Deluxe > Evo ~ UD4
Gaming: All will be about the same.
Photoshop: All will be about the same.

Electronica > Jazz
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Anyone get this problem yet? I was doing some benchmarking on my GPU and I got an alert from AI Suite saying my motherboard was 123C. I was like ***, I checked HWmonitor and it read the same thing. I did a quick restart and now the temps for both programs read 29C.
Anyone encounter this yet? Or have any idea *** is going on?

EDIT. Also I checked the logs in AI Suite 2 and it reads
[01/23/2011 at 01:24 pm] MotherBoard 125.0 Abnormal
[01/23/2011 at 01:24 pm] MotherBoard 29.0 Normal

[01/25/2011 at 07:36 pm] CPU 126.0 Abnormal
[01/25/2011 at 07:36 pm] CPU 33.0 Normal
I had this happen running prime when I was at 5.1 and 1.5V. Funny part was the CPU was only hitting mid 70s. Like you, I shut down, and the board was back to 28 on the restart. I then ran prime again, same settings and the board stayed cool after that, so I'm not sure exactly what happened.
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Love this processor. That's with 1.325v but LLC is on extreme. I've left it running all night, now i'm gonna leave it running all day when im at work. See if i can get 5GHz tonight.
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I tried bumping my multiplier up last night and got BSOD at 4.5ghz. Should I lower my bclk before ramping up my multiplier again it's at 103 now.
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