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    Gainard GTX570 GLH
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  1. alentor

    My expeirnce with the 840 evo

    At first i wanted to get SandDisk extreme, but 850 PRO was always ahead in benchmarks and it was 1$ USD cheaper, so it appeared to be a much better investment as for why PRO and not EVO, is cause of the nanad TYPE (MLC). Why not go PCI-E this time around? Uhhmm, their price..
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    My expeirnce with the 840 evo

    At first i wanted to get SandDisk extreme, but 850 PRO was always ahead in benchmarks and it was 1$ USD cheaper, so it appeared to be a much better investment as for why PRO and not EVO, is cause of the nanad TYPE (MLC).
  3. As some of you may already know the 840 EVO has issues with accessing files that haven't been used recently. Basically the longer the file goes without being accessed the slower it
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    Safe temps i7 4790k

    How is that even possible ? wouldnt the chip instantly fry ? sometimes i get afraid to raise .025 haha No, you need a lot more to fry a CPU.. You need to run it at max temp for quite some time at high voltage.. I've been running mine at 1.325v for at least a month.. It didn't destroy the chip, it might have damaged it's life span, but if you take into account that these chips designed to run for at least 10 years, then I wouldn't worry about it that much.. EDIT: typo fix.
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    Safe temps i7 4790k

    I was hitting throttling at 100c, at 4.8Ghz, 3.275v. I must say it got hot pretty fast. For the time being running at 4.7Ghz, 2.75v, max temp at 100% load is about 70c-75, AIDA 64/Prime, Corsair H110 with 2x NF-A14 PWM.
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    Upgrading memory

    I'm running a few VMs(Deabian for development and Ubuntu for making android builds) on my machine + plus have a lot of stuff opened. The average memory use is at about 75%-80% on normal basis, when I startup a game I peak up to 99%, that's the reason why I want to upgrade memory as for the GPU, I plan to upgrade it this year. Also with more memory I can speed up my android builds as I can allocate more memory to VMs.
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    Upgrading memory

    Sorry my answer wasn't put right, is running 4 sticks will affect OC stability? The memory controller will have to work with 4 sticks instead of with 2, which will put more work load on it. Will it have some kind of effect on my OC. The reason I ask this question because of I have done a research on the topic and the conclusion I came up with is that it's beter to run 2 sticks of memory with an overclocked system rather then 4 sticks => Does it hold any truth to it ? No, running 4 sticks compared to 2 sticks won't affect OC stability most of the time. For example, I have 8 memory sticks on a X79's 3930K at 4.5GHz daily at 1866MHz. It doesn't affect my overclock stability. However, if I try to run those memory sticks at 2400MHz speeds, then yes, it will affect overclock stability, even though I'm stable with 4 memory sticks at 2400MHz, I may not be with 8 memory sticks at 2400MHz. Thank you! I'll get another kit of 2x4.
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    Upgrading memory

    Sorry my answer wasn't put right, is running 4 sticks will affect OC stability? The memory controller will have to work with 4 sticks instead of with 2, which will put more work load on it. Will it have some kind of effect on my OC. The reason I ask this question because of I have done a research on the topic and the conclusion I came up with is that it's beter to run 2 sticks of memory with an overclocked system rather then 4 sticks => Does it hold any truth to it ?
  9. I would like to upgrade my memory from 8gigs to 16 gigs, the question is should I add another kit of 2x4gigs sticks or get a kit of 2x8gigs (removing my current 2x4 kit and leaving only the new 2x8 kit) From what I read it's prefered to have only 2 sticks for dual channle to keep your CPU oc more stable. Does it hold any truth? Thank you!
  10. Hello, I want to add 4 extra USB 2.0 connectors I want to use a 4 usb plate (http://www.amazon.com/StarTech-com-Female-Plate-Adapter-USBPLATE4/dp/B00015Y0FK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1420378416&sr=8-1&keywords=USBPLATE4) The question is, can I use USB13 (as seen in Figure 01) for my USB 2.0 front panel USB, and USB1112 + USB910 for the 4 USB plate? I'm asking this question cause of on MAXIMUS VII HERO User's Manual page 46 USB13 is also labeled as ROG_EXT (Figure 02) as well as on the solder mask(Figure 03). Figure 01 MAXIMUS VII HERO User's Manual page 41 Figure 02 MAXIMUS VII HERO User's Manual page 46 Figure 03A: Thank you <3 Figure 03B: off topic, I have tried posting this on asus rog forums but after editing the post once, the post became unaccusable. Edit: added figure 03A/B
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    2013 Build suggestions

    Love jo guys! <3
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    2013 Build suggestions

    Thanks everyone for you attention, I'll be rolling with SB-E.
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    2013 Build suggestions

    Aight!! Which means a i7 3930K along with Asus Sabertooth X79 s2011(or any other X79 chip Motherboard), equipped with Corsair 4x8GB Vengeance Quad (10-10-10-27), in the future I'll get a beter binned ram so 24Gigs should be enough for starters.
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    2013 Build suggestions

    So what you are saying I should be looking for more Capacity than for faster latencies?
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