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post #31 of 43 (permalink) Old 03-19-2019, 11:49 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by flyinion View Post
So the X58 was a socket 1366 back when the 775 socket was the mainstream board. Socket 2066 is the new version of that and uses the X299 boards and supports multiple PCIE x16 lanes like you're after.

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...STMATCH&page=1
Don't remember it being so expensive lol. Yeah No, I'm not doing that.

Now I gotta look into if PCIE 3 8x8x is a noticeable bottleneck or not.

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Not to hijack someone's thread but I will be getting a 9900k it looks like with my Intel employee discount.

I see the Auros and Taichi. I don't mind paying slightly more for the Auros. But I have been out of the game for a while. Since 2010 when I build my current X58.

I see that the PCI-E 3.0 but only 8x8x when running SLI. IN the future should I decide to go that route, wouldn't I be bottlenecking the cards with PCI E x8x8. I'm shocked that these higher end boards only give you 8x8x instead of 16x16x

Also what is this stuff about VRMs and does the Gigabyte Auros have enough for 5Ghz on a 9900k?
Maybe with a pair of 2080ti cards in SLI you might have issues. However I have not seen a problem with 980ti sli or 1070ti sli with big overclocks.
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And I'm gonna wait for Ryzen 3 then

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Everything recommended here are still good recommendations, the Aorus Ultra is a good choice. The Taichi is back down to a more reasonable $199 if you want to save a buck.
I just realized I never got any feedback on the MSI boards. How are those doing vs say the Gigabyte stuff? I was kinda eyeing them after realizing they support 4x USB 3.x front panel connectors where the Gigabyte does not and I'm probably going to end up with a CM H500M case which has 4xUSB3 front panel connectors plus the USB C connector.

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Need to specify what board, every manufacturer makes good products and junk ones.

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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
Need to specify what board, every manufacturer makes good products and junk ones.
So in this case I'm thinking the MSI Meg Ace. I'd like the go with the MPG the next one down, but I think that's cutting some stuff out that I want.

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MSI Meg Ace doesn't support IGP so if you want to use QuickSync or need to diagnose a GPU issue then you're SOL. Other than that it looks solid.

MPG lineup AFAIK is just Z370 with an updated "chipset," the VRM is a direct rip from Z370. Wouldn't pair it with a 9700/9900K.

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MSI Meg Ace doesn't support IGP so if you want to use QuickSync or need to diagnose a GPU issue then you're SOL. Other than that it looks solid.

MPG lineup AFAIK is just Z370 with an updated "chipset," the VRM is a direct rip from Z370. Wouldn't pair it with a 9700/9900K.
Is it just bad VRM components? I was looking at the VRM breakdown chart that Anandtech has for about a dozen boards and the MSI Ace had the same specs except one less choke than the Gigabyte board as far as phases, doublers, etc. I don't know about the actual hardware differences in the components. Since I'm planning to use a 9700K though it sounds like I should stick with the Gigabyte board and forget the 4xUSB3 front panel capability. The only other board I've found with dual USB 3 headers is the Asus ROG XI Formula and I'm not paying $450 lol.

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Need to specify what board, every manufacturer makes good products and junk ones.
For the Z390 boards that do 16x16x, is it true 16x16x or are there cons to it? What chipset did you say contain that ability?

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Any motherboard with a PLX chip. The only two I know of for Z390 are the SuperMicro "SuperO" C9 Z390 and the Asus WS Z390 Pro.

There's no real performance loss using a PLX chip, but it doesn't make SLI any less silly

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i9 9900K
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AsRock Z390 Taichi
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MSI GTX 1080 Ti
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G.Skill DDR4 4133 32GB
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Mushkin Pilot NVMe 1TB
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HP EX950 NVMe 2TB
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