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post #421 of 9896
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Uugh, bad pic. After playing for a couple hours i do have to say this. LLC is the real deal now. Before it was use LLC and watch your volts shoot .03-.07 give or take over your Bios setting, or do not use and watch your volts drop God knows how much making your system unstable under load. I found that LLC set to "Ultra High" actual keeps your Bios volts right around what you set them as.

Another positive as CnQ does not disable itself automatically when you set CPU volts or CPU NB volts manually! Also when raising my multiplier to 20.0 I can still use CnQ. I love this. Im stable at 1.4-1.41v at 4000mhz cpu, 3000mhz cpu-nb at 1.35v with CnQ working fine, love it!

The back plate of the VRM coolers was really hot to the touch. Gave me this idea. Unfortunately i dont have a case that has cooling set up for this.

Lol, oops, how did that happen? The double post i mean. Weird. deleted it


Yes, Ultra high LLC if you want consistent CPU Voltage. I may actually own this board for more then a year!

Just did my first quick review at newegg.com. Might be the first real review from a user, unless one of you guys beat me to it.
Thanks for the explanation +1.

Though I am surprised the temp would jump so much just from the change in boards. Wonder what 'dozer will be like...
post #422 of 9896
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http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1870170
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http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1871562
UPDATED! Thanks!
post #423 of 9896
Also finally got mine installed

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1874617



Edit: posted one with much better voltages =)
Edited by ALUCARDVPR - 6/18/11 at 1:34pm
post #424 of 9896
Someone wanted me to post my BIOS screenshots. You can look at it here

I didn't wanna clog this up with more pics.
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Someone wanted me to post my BIOS screenshots. You can look at it here

I didn't wanna clog this up with more pics.
You may post pic's if you like
    
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Very sorry if these questions have been answered before but, do we have to set all the clocks and timings? or can the mobo put all the stock clocks and timings on for the ram and cpu?
I'm thinking of getting this mobo, since i heard it has good overclocking features.
And does anyone know if there will be a extreme version of this mobo like the crosshair iv had? Cause that'd be great. But then i guess i'll have to wait longer for it.
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Very sorry if these questions have been answered before but, do we have to set all the clocks and timings? or can the mobo put all the stock clocks and timings on for the ram and cpu?
I'm thinking of getting this mobo, since i heard it has good overclocking features.
And does anyone know if there will be a extreme version of this mobo like the crosshair iv had? Cause that'd be great. But then i guess i'll have to wait longer for it.
You can set it up manually or the Crosshair V is capable of setting every thing up automatically and it will even over clock automatically


This is my worth I don't believe that there will be an extreme board because the Crosshair IV Extreme was released with a special Lucid chip to handle SLI video but the Crosshair V has SLI and Crossfire built into the 990FX chipset and there will not be a need for a special board to handle SLI
Edited by Tweeky - 6/16/11 at 8:22pm
    
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post #428 of 9896
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Though I am surprised the temp would jump so much just from the change in boards. Wonder what 'dozer will be like...
After having about 24 hours to mess around now. I notice that temps are really only higher when fiddling around in bios. Once Windows boots up it cools down.

Quote:
Very sorry if these questions have been answered before but, do we have to set all the clocks and timings? or can the mobo put all the stock clocks and timings on for the ram and cpu?
I'm thinking of getting this mobo, since i heard it has good overclocking features.
And does anyone know if there will be a extreme version of this mobo like the crosshair iv had? Cause that'd be great. But then i guess i'll have to wait longer for it.
There is a memory profile that will recognize XMP memory settings. If you have a low volt like the ECO series that i have, it may not boot at 1.35v though. AMD boards typically like closer to 1.5v. I OC my timings anyways so I set the voltage manually to 1.6.
post #429 of 9896
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You can set it up manually or the Crosshair V is capable of setting every thing up automatically and it will even over clock automatically


This is my worth I don't believe that there will be an extreme board because the Cross IV Extreme was released with a special Lucid chip to handle SLI video but the Crosshair V has SLI and Crossfire built into the 990FX chipset and there will not be a need for a special board to handle SLI
Oh, ok then I guess I'll be getting the Crosshair V Formula soon.
Thanks for the info Tweeky.

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There is a memory profile that will recognize XMP memory settings. If you have a low volt like the ECO series that i have, it may not boot at 1.35v though. AMD boards typically like closer to 1.5v. I OC my timings anyways so I set the voltage manually to 1.6.
I'll see what volts I have to set after getting the mobo. If it's all fine, then I don't need to change any ram settings.
Edited by raemen - 6/16/11 at 8:20pm
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post #430 of 9896
Here's something interesting. This is on the ASUS site for the CHV

Chipset AMD 990FX/SB950

Why does CPU-Z say SB850???
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