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post #1311 of 9900
Tweeky did you encounter any problems with the board? Im looking at possibly getting one and we have similar enough setups... Im really straying away from intel unfortunately cuz people with the Vertex 3 SSD's are having more problems than those with AMD... so...
post #1312 of 9900
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Tweeky did you encounter any problems with the board? Im looking at possibly getting one and we have similar enough setups... Im really straying away from intel unfortunately cuz people with the Vertex 3 SSD's are having more problems than those with AMD... so...
The new bios seemed troublesome at first but with a little tweaken it is running great
    
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I run two 6950 in crossfire, I put them in slot 1 and 3 as per manual page 2-2 and 2-12,13 this gives me x16 for video and it covers the x1 slot

You will have to check with the manufacture on the X-fi Fatal1ty Pro Series PCIe card working in a long slot

PCIE slot 2 and the PCI slot will be open
PCIE slot 4 will be covered

The CrossHair V Formula has SupremeFX X-Fi 2 HD audio built in
No offense Tweeky, but On-Board audio sucks! None of it can compare to the quality of an actual Card... and I've tested this on numerous occasions.

Now granted, it also has a lot to do with the quality of the speakers being used, but I still stand by my claim that no On-Board will ever compare with an actual card, especially when it comes to X-fi!

Now, the Manual may say, that you have to use 1 and 3.... but I figured someone had to have at least tried, running two cards, in slots 2 and 3 for example? I am very curious as to what would happen; and whether if they worked, if they would both still be running at x16...

See, on my Asus 890GX board, the primary PCIe slot is Slot two, the second to the top... and that makes me wonder what the primary slot is on the CH5?



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I believe an x1 card can run in any x1, x4, x8, or x16 slot.

My Titanium HD works fine in in a PCI e x16, x8 slot on my CHIVF.

I heard this too.. but until now hadn't seen or heard of anyone doing it with a Crosshair 4 or 5...
     
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Curiouser and Curiouser?

I went to down load the manual to see what it said... and I found another new version of the Crosshair V Formula?

The new Asus Crosshair V Forumla/Thunderbolt?

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD...laThunderBolt/

How do you Crossfire on this one, with the add on card using the PCIe x1 Slot?
     
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The new bios seemed troublesome at first but with a little tweaken it is running great
Troublesome? How so?
post #1316 of 9900
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I heard this too.. but until now hadn't seen or heard of anyone doing it with a Crosshair 4 or 5...
Now you have. The CHIVF has 3 x16, a full size x4, and two PCI slots. So no x1 only slot to use.

BTW, the sound is awesome!
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Troublesome? How so?
it has more settings
the default settings are different
win 7 did not like the new bios at first it took a few reboots to get going
    
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Curiouser and Curiouser?

I went to down load the manual to see what it said... and I found another new version of the Crosshair V Formula?

The new Asus Crosshair V Forumla/Thunderbolt?

http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/AMD...laThunderBolt/

How do you Crossfire on this one, with the add on card using the PCIe x1 Slot?
i do not know
i have only seen pictures of it
    
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post #1319 of 9900
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Hey guys im using a 1090t and am looking at possibly getting a Crosshair V... I've read that some people are having issues, just wondering what the recommendation is... Its either between keeping my 1090t and going for the Crosshair V or going i2500k/Asus Gene-Z... Thanks

edit: Alucard how the hell did u manage 4.5ghz?! I can't crack ANYTHING past 4ghz... jeez
1090T and Crosshair V is a great combo - especially for overclocking. There will always be users with issues and RMAs. Personally I've not had any issues that weren't found to be user error.

Every chip is different, there are some users that can't even hit 4GHZ with this chip. There's also a big difference between stable clocks that you'd run 24/7 and just showing off. I wouldn't go as far to say that I got a golden CPU, but it's definitely one of the good ones.

I managed 4.5GHZ on a custom air setup, but temps were high with no headroom at full load, so I had previously ran it at 4GHZ 24/7. Now that I'm water cooling, I can easily run 4.5GHZ stable all day long with temps never breaking 38C under full load with 1.476 max vCore.

Since my temps never get high, it simply comes down to pairing components for overclocking (and hoping) and finding what my particular CPU wants or needs in BIOS (voltage, ect). I've found that my particular CPU favors higher FSB for stability rather than just relying on the multiplier - despite what my CPU-Z validation says.
post #1320 of 9900
Hey guys, I have a question. I just got my Crosshair V yesterday, and I have this problem where the UEFI BIOS is really big and buggy. Like, the BIOS screen is bigger than the montior i'm using. Also it says CPU Fan error on the splash screen, so I was wondering if anyone knew anything about this. Other than these errors, it runs amazingly. Reply or PM me. Thanks to everyone in advanced
I'm also interested in joining, and will try to get my cpu-z validation soon and post the join request when it is ready
P.S. I'm using my tv with an HDMI port because my monitors haven't arrived yet. Will that make a difference?
Edited by yaywafflez - 8/5/11 at 6:18am
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