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post #871 of 9900
what's the best possible 8GB (either 4x2gb or 2x4gb) ram to get for this board??? Give me a few options to choose from...
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post #872 of 9900
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Originally Posted by KockBurn View Post
Chuckclc,
How are you finding that Antec Kuhler with this board and the 1090T? I'm hitting 58c on my 1100T after 45 mins of prime. Im sure its due to placement of the NB, I didnt have this problem on my old system when NB was under my cpu fan rather than being to the left of now. Time to go Liquid not sure if I should go self contained (Kuhler or H70) or put a system together. Just curious what your CPU idle and load temps are.
I do not use more then 1.425v on my cpu and 1.35v is the highest i went on cpu-nb. At those settings i idle around 29-31c and load at 44c core 51c cpu. Thats with p/p fans. Right now i run at 3.8ghz and 1.33-1.34v and max out at 100% load at 39c core and 43c cpu. One big factor for my temps is the fan i placed on the back of my motherboard cooling my mosfets and socket a bit. It literally dropped my load temps 6-8c.

no fan on back


with fan on back, same settings


Here is a 1.428v run of IBT at 4.0ghz. Also take into count this is with 2 delta fans p/p and ambient around 72F.



Think i topped out at 49c on that one! Not bad for 4.0cpu, 3.0 cpu-nb on a closed loop system.

BTW, this chip is for sale. having second thoughts though.
Edited by Chuckclc - 7/3/11 at 11:24pm
post #873 of 9900
The 506 BIOS is on the ASUS download site this morning. (7/4/11)
I downloaded it 2 hours ago.

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Btw, not that it really matters, but we have 29-30 confirmed Members VS. Sabertooth club has 20 confirmed members, and at least 2-3 of them are also members of our club (owning both boards). Interesting factoid
yes, some of us do own both the Sabertooth and CVF boards.
Edited by headmixer - 7/4/11 at 8:37am
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what's the best possible 8GB (either 4x2gb or 2x4gb) ram to get for this board??? Give me a few options to choose from...
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The 506 BIOS is on the ASUS download site this morning. (7/4/11)
I downloaded it 2 hours ago.
yes, some of us do own both the Sabertooth and CVF boards.
Downloaded and insalled BIOS 0506 from the CH5F download section

http://support.asus.com/Download.asp...-ASUS-0506.zip

Write down all your favorite BIOS setting
I put the new Bios ROM file on a thumb drive
Reset the BIOS to defaults
The BIOS update will set the BIOS to default anyway
I used ASUS EZ Flash 2 on page 3-39
I flashed the BIOS and is showed a successful flash and displayed a reboot screen
Remove the thumb drive
At this point my monitor when blank
I powered down and back up and it showed F1 to reset the BIOS
I check and it had the new BIOS 0506
I had to reset everything in the BIOS
It even set my clock to default





Edited by Tweeky - 7/4/11 at 11:34am
    
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post #876 of 9900
Mine worked without a hitch without needing to do much besides just upgrading the ROM here.
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Mine worked without a hitch without needing to do much besides just upgrading the ROM here.
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post #878 of 9900
Really wish they add a changelog to their bios revisions sometimes. A one liner like improved stability doesn't say much!
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post #879 of 9900
wow this board kicks ass, I can pull 4.0 ghz (19.5 multi and a ref clock increase) on stock voltages on my 955 be, but I cant get it to go over that.

Whats the highest ref. clock you guys have successfully used? Im trying to get my ram speeds up as well but it seems like if I ever go higher then 10-20 on my ref clock my whole computer dies, wont even boot. I then have to hit the red button on the motherboard to reset the settings.

Also any other tips for getting my ram, cpu, and NB higher? I dont want over 4.2 cpu, so thats not that far of a jump
    
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post #880 of 9900
http://www.guru3d.com/news/amd-fx-bu...l-core-i7990x/ Looking great! If that report is based off of an es then it can only get better from there right?

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Originally Posted by jeffdamann View Post
wow this board kicks ass, I can pull 4.0 ghz (19.5 multi and a ref clock increase) on stock voltages on my 955 be, but I cant get it to go over that.

Whats the highest ref. clock you guys have successfully used? Im trying to get my ram speeds up as well but it seems like if I ever go higher then 10-20 on my ref clock my whole computer dies, wont even boot. I then have to hit the red button on the motherboard to reset the settings.

Also any other tips for getting my ram, cpu, and NB higher? I dont want over 4.2 cpu, so thats not that far of a jump
If by successful you mean getting windows to boot I've taken it up to 260 but never actually tried pushing it past that. If you're having issues pushing past 210-220 I'd suggest lowering your cpu-nb/ram speed first then increase your ref clock. Without lowering them I can only push anywhere form 211-216.
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