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post #541 of 9900
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so which tab lets me play with ram settings in windows
screw it, just pulled the trigger on 16 gigs of compatible g skill memory
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post #542 of 9900
New GeForce that supports AMD chipsets: 990FX, 990X, and 970, the 275.50


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New in Release 275.50

•Enables SLI technology on SLI-certified motherboards with AMD chipsets: 990FX, 990X, and 970.
•Improves 3D Vision performance with Duke Nukem Forever with 3-way SLI and Quad SLI technology.
NVIDIA Driver Downloads


Go a head a test it, i have no board yet, not avalible in Sweden yet
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post #543 of 9900
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why is asus AI suote telling me im at 40c at idle and all other programs are saying 28c... thats a huge issue
This what mine is at idle and it about normal for me
If you have just come out of BIOS setting then your temp's will be a little higher


Edited by Tweeky - 6/20/11 at 10:44am
    
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post #544 of 9900
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so which tab lets me play with ram settings in windows
Under Extreme Tweaker - Memory Frequency and DRAM Timing Control
See page 3-5 to 3-8 in the manual
    
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post #545 of 9900
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Please guys, help me with my dilemma, I am preparing to build a x3 crossfire,dual spaced, rig with 3 top of the line 7XXX's and am wondering how in the world the ROG Xpander goes on here, and is it even worth the hassle?
Should I get a different board?
What kind of case could fit the board with an Xpander on it?

I also need some room for Watercooling so....

If you guys say this Xpander will set up nice and neatly, and know of a good case to accomadate all of the above, Ill be joining this club in 3 days, just gotta click "checkout"...

Can I even get an xpander? I cant find an example of one ANYWHERE.... I did a search and one came up about the rampage 3 xpander but was no help...
I don't know of any one with a setup like that
It maybe best to contact ASUS for help
http://support.asus.com/ServiceHome.aspx?SLanguage=en
If you find info. on this please let us know - thanks
    
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post #546 of 9900
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Please guys, help me with my dilemma, I am preparing to build a x3 crossfire,dual spaced, rig with 3 top of the line 7XXX's and am wondering how in the world the ROG Xpander goes on here, and is it even worth the hassle?
Should I get a different board?
What kind of case could fit the board with an Xpander on it?

I also need some room for Watercooling so....

If you guys say this Xpander will set up nice and neatly, and know of a good case to accomadate all of the above, Ill be joining this club in 3 days, just gotta click "checkout"...

Can I even get an xpander? I cant find an example of one ANYWHERE.... I did a search and one came up about the rampage 3 xpander but was no help...
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I don't know of any one with a setup like that
It maybe best to contact ASUS for help
http://support.asus.com/ServiceHome.aspx?SLanguage=en
If you find info. on this please let us know - thanks
The only thing I've seen about it is the short mention they make at the end of the 9xx line up video from Newegg.

IMO if you're watercooling tri-fire there's no point. The only thing you get from it is the capability to run quad fire over tri. Even if the expander somehow made 3 lanes run x16 speed the difference you'd actually see from that one extra lane running x16 instead of x8 would be small if any at all. If I misunderstood and you don't plan on watercooling the gpu's and are just looking for the extra spacing I wouldn't make any definite decisions until you know which lanes you can run tri-fire on the expander. You might end up with the same spacing as if you didn't use it.

As to fitting a case. I doubt it would work in anything less than an open bench table with adjustable height on the pci-e retention bracket.

You could always go with 6990/6970 tri-fire for a dual space aircooled config without the extra cost/hastle of the expander.
Edited by sprower - 6/20/11 at 12:18pm
post #547 of 9900
Info from Ben on newegg feedback - thanks

The worst problem I have with this board is CPU fan control, under the user setting, if you don't turn Option ROM Messages in the Boot section of BIOS to "Keep Current" from "Force BIOS" it causes a CPU fan error and you have to enter BIOS or turn off wait for error. When set to keep current the fan controller software works.
    
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post #548 of 9900
2 cards IMO running x16 are goign to show better performance, and if you watercool thoes cards, adn they are decent enough, overclocking them will overall be beter than running 3.
post #549 of 9900
^Depending on what you're using your rig for. If you're all about benching/folding that's not so true. If you're gaming though.. no doubt stick to as few gpu's as you can.
post #550 of 9900
of course i blinded myself to GPU folding =( yeah that would be an awesome folding rig.

i love crosfiring.. jstu makes the rig look smooth and sleek.. but it always gives problems for gaming sometimes. im debating when the 7 series comes out to stay with 2 as usuall, or get 1 card
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