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Quote: Originally Posted by Dymblos View Post
Anyone can confirm if this:
https://www.gamersnexus.net/guides/2...s-temperatures

happend with the Aorus Shield?
I can confirm this doesn't happen with out shields. That was one of the first M.2 shields and didn't have an adequate thermal pad or any heat dissipation. Essentially it was a "cover" that trapped heat... Our M.2 thermal gaurds are actual heatsinks with thermal pads that will lower temps. We have had them for 2-3 generations now and no reports of any issues.
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Quote: Originally Posted by kabes View Post
Is the Ultra the same as the Master in regards to PCIe? It's not in that list.
Yes, same layout. Updated in OP and here! https://drive.google.com/open?id=1iN...QbnqQaDoJDmUme
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Why isn't this board (Aorus Master) on Amazon yet?
The other models are on Amazon (Not the Extreme, of course) but not the Master.
It's on newegg but I don't want to buy from them.

So what's the deal?
I know the 9900K isn't available (unless you were lucky enough to get one of the 67 preordered ones)...

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Quote: Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
Why isn't this board (Aorus Master) on Amazon yet?
The other models are on Amazon (Not the Extreme, of course) but not the Master.
It's on newegg but I don't want to buy from them.

So what's the deal?
I know the 9900K isn't available (unless you were lucky enough to get one of the 67 preordered ones)...
Gotta ask Amazon... We have the boards, up to them to stock it.
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Gotta ask Amazon... We have the boards, up to them to stock it.
Does Gigabyte sell directly to the public?
Can I just go to their main offices in City of Industry and buy a board directly from you guys?
Like, show you the money and get a board No middleman involved.

Would be faster than dealing with waiting.

The last time I was there (admittedly, this was back when the "ATI" X850XTX was out!), they had a really nice place with some skilled and friendly people.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post
Does Gigabyte sell directly to the public?
Can I just go to their main offices in City of Industry and buy a board directly from you guys?
Like, show you the money and get a board No middleman involved.

Would be faster than dealing with waiting.

The last time I was there (admittedly, this was back when the "ATI" X850XTX was out!), they had a really nice place with some skilled and friendly people.
We really aren't setup for it - IE have a store front or anything
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Hi Matthew,

Just a quick update after resetting CMOS and updating (again) to bios f5, I was able to set the vcore and stabilize it (somewhat). Running 1.275 v @ 5.0 Ghz right now. Occasionally the vcore spikes to 1.288 under turbo LLC. Should it be something that I need to worry about?

Other than that, the system has been rock stable. I love the design and build quality of this board, especially the VRM heatsink !
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Quote: Originally Posted by nhanphan1990 View Post
Hi Matthew,

Just a quick update after resetting CMOS and updating (again) to bios f5, I was able to set the vcore and stabilize it (somewhat). Running 1.275 v @ 5.0 Ghz right now. Occasionally the vcore spikes to 1.288 under turbo LLC. Should it be something that I need to worry about?

Other than that, the system has been rock stable. I love the design and build quality of this board, especially the VRM heatsink !
Sounds about right. I run 1.35 and Hwinfo shows 1.368, but multimeter shows 1.348. Software is an approximation of the voltage, not an exact reading. Long story short your fine, under 1.3 is pretty good actually!
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Sorry for not having the OP fully done i have been very busy as of late. I got my board in from Gigabyte and it looks awesome. Lots of accessories in the box and the thermal probs are a nice add. I still have no CPU at this time and finding a 9900k at a good price is very hard. I might just go grab a 9600k or 8086k and give it a go. I will be working on the Thread more very soon. Sorry for the Delay.
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Quote: Originally Posted by Moparman View Post
Sorry for not having the OP fully done i have been very busy as of late. I got my board in from Gigabyte and it looks awesome. Lots of accessories in the box and the thermal probs are a nice add. I still have no CPU at this time and finding a 9900k at a good price is very hard. I might just go grab a 9600k or 8086k and give it a go. I will be working on the Thread more very soon. Sorry for the Delay.
Are these boards even in stock anywhere besides Newegg?

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