NANANANA evga nvidia corsair intel wd samsung cooler master yo = the best
I'm not sure I understand that, at all. :)
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Great hardware hampered by poor BIOS engineering. EVGA should have fought to keep Shamino.
I've heard that, yes. Apparently he headed off for ASUS. That said, I don't think the latest version 2.07 is half bad at all. In fact it really improved overall overclock stability. Their UEFI interface is nice too.
Hi. What vDroop setting did you use when running Prime 95 at 1.485v? Disable, Intel Spec, 80%, 60%...
Good question... I can't recall but I think it was set to Intel spec. I will have to double check that.
Thank you! Let us know please. Very important setting to know when overclocking.
Understood... and yes, it was set to Intel spec. Going to see how other settings react as well.
Those boards are very nice for overclocking, all EVGA's really
EVGA boards seem to overclock very nicely, I cant speak for this one though as I have never touched it.
thank you very much for your review-test. I have almost the same configuration, so I'll try to redo your tests!
Case: MicroCool Banchetto 101
Mobo: EVGA X79 Dark
Procio: Intel Core i7-4960X Processor Extreme Edition (15M Cache, up to 4.00GHz)
RAM: CORSAIR Dominator Platinum 64GB (8 x 8GB; 2133, 9-11-11-31, 1,65V)
VGA: EVGA GTX 780 Ti K|NGP|N Edition (2 SLI) (4 SLI Coming Soon ?)
HDD: Wester Digital HDD 1TB Velociraptor [WD1000DHTZ]
SSD: Samsung SSD 840 PRO 512 [GBMZ-7PD512]
PSU: Lepa G-Series 1600 (Waiting for new EVGA PSU 1550W?)
Optical Driver: Silverstone SST-SOB02 Blu-ray - Slot In
CPU Cooler: Swiftech H320 (will be converted to true watercool system in 900D)
Fans: Enermax T.B. Apollish UCTA14N-R Fan 140mm - red
Thermal Paste: Gelid GC-Extreme
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