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post #31 of 16856 (permalink) Old 09-06-2014, 12:26 AM - Thread Starter
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If Amazon got the other WS boards then it should get this too (at some point, not sure when).

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Would you able to share the difference between them?

My layman guess in terms of circuitry is WS, RVE and Deluxe will have the same 8 phase IR design differentiated by different capacitors. RVE and Deluxe/WS will separated by how deep tweaks their Bios can offer.

While Pro and A will likely use a 4 phase doublers. Will they use IR circuits? Pro will have all those bundled extras while A is basic board only. imo A should have been a M (matx)

Not sure how important this is but HEDT do have higher power requirement than the mainstream procs.

Imo, we need a pure good quality board without those fancy extras. Do gamers use wifi?
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Another thing, Asus support of X79 is very good! Bios upgrades have been satisfying!
Will X99 support be same or the rumors that HDET products are not making as much money and vendors are putting less resources into them are true?
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Another thing, Asus support of X79 is very good! Bios upgrades have been satisfying!
Will X99 support be same or the rumors that HDET products are not making as much money and vendors are putting less resources into them are true?


Not true. We focused on key SKUs for this launch for key user groups. There will be the same support we've always provided.

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Would you able to share the difference between them?


Imo, we need a pure good quality board without those fancy extras. Do gamers use wifi?

Check the support site and see what suits your needs. If nothing does, you've gotta make a choice on what you can live with/without.

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Hey there! Thanks for that info, is that for the RVE or generally any Asus board with 4 way SLI/CF support?

Hello

You're welcome. I measured this on the R5E.
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A little glitch (i think) during reboot.
Post hanged on "Fb" 3 times and "61" once.
I see on the manual "Fb" is "Reserved for future AMI error codes", so no clue as to what this error is yet?
All errors didn't pop up after reset.
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Is the rig overclocked? If it persists go back to stock and see if it happens. If it is at stock then start unplugging devices systematically and see if you can pin it down

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Thanks for the review on Newegg TV with Paul the Deluxe color looks great! thumb.gif

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Rampage v extreme, 5960x gskill 3000 16gb kit all stock no changes in bios to overclocking


Constantly getting cpu fan error hit f1 to continue.


I set the monitor tab to ignore the cpu fan and optional cpu fan, still getting cpu fan error.


Need some help here before I break something from frustration
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