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Pros: Running this at 2133 mhz at 9-11-9-27 2t timings. Will not boot at stock settings due to i7 3930k. Tried 2400 mhz but is unstable. Ram is good.Will try later to run at 2400 mhz .
Cons: Not fault of ram but limitation of 3930k and motherboard max out at 2400 mhz.
Other Thoughts: System spec
i7 3930k @ 4700 mhz
asus rampage IV extreme motherboard
Corsair H100i cpu cooler in push/pull
Windows 8.1 pro 64-bit
2 plextor 5 pro ssd
2 seagate enterprise hdd in raid 0
3 asus r9 290x matrix
Corsair AX 1500i psu
Corsair 750D case
2 Blu ray burners
This review is from: BitFenix Spectre Pro BFF-SPRO-P14025KK-RP 140mm PWM Case Fan
Pros: Replaced the 2 front fans on my corsair 750D case move lots more air. Will see how long the fans last.
Other Thoughts: will buy more to replace the other fans in the my 750D caseREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Running three cards in crossfire. Great that there is no more crossfire finger or cable to connect to video cards. Monitor is 2560 x 1600. Like the fact the video card has a bios reset button on the back of card in case of bad overclock the card rests to factory clocks. The card needs 2 8pin power connectors. Nice to have green lights on power connector when it is plugged correctly. Love the ROG Light on the side that lights up different colors to show load on the card. This card needs 375 watts per card only and that is after calling ASUS support to confirm. Does dump a lot of heat in the case die to after market heatsink. Tested each card alone on full load in AIDA64 67' C, 63' C, 71' C. But with all three cards in system top card gets 94' C at Stock settings. My case is not the best for air cooling a Corsair 750D. CONS: Called ASUS support about repacing the TIM on card was told it will VOID Warranty. Thats why the card has a little white sticker on one of the screws in the back that hold the heatsink.
Cons: CONS: Called ASUS support about replacing the TIM on card was told it will VOID Warranty. Thats why the card has a little white sticker on one of the screws in the back that hold the heatsink.READ FULL REVIEW
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