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 09/15/2009 09:59 PM
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WOW !!! I can not believe this board . I just got it up and running after work tonight . This bios has monitors every part on the mb , volts , temps , it has sensors everywhere . The board is 10 time better than I original thought from everywhere I saw and read about it on line . Runs 1600MHz memory no problem what so ever . It has small led for all hardware that changes color for certain changes . I am so happy and I want to say to anyone , get this board and you will thank me and be off balance when you see it in person and run then run it , WOW . Okay I am close to getting all my programs installed and the tweaking and testing will begin . This board literal has blown me away since tonight at 7pm when I un boxed it . The online videos don't even come close to showing off how wonderful the board really is . I don't go crazy like this over parts just so you know .

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Congats. and enjoy your new toy!!!

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Originally posted by: unclefester1

Congats. and enjoy your new toy!!!



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Thank you unclefester1 . There are so many variables in this bios for over clocking it take twice as long to get stable results . These settings here are 100% Prime 6hr stable and OCCT 1hr High Priority stable ! Much more room on memory and possible 4.0MHz on cpu and 3000MHz on NB . This board monitors voltage and temps on every important part of this mb with led's also . There is no software I know of that can do this . Very happy with this mb .

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Wow you got me stoked now that was the new board I wanted. Now it the new board I need. I wonder how crossfire will work on it??

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Hi Speedwayaudio . I am running two ATI 4890 Crossfire setup . It runs awesome ! I am patching my games up right now . Speedway this Crosshair III is awesome ! There is no video or pic or review that does this mb any justice . I am really stoked ! It really is for an advance user but there is one out of a few over clocking tools that is for a beginner , ( cpu level up ) . It lets a novice user oc there PH X4 cpu from 3.4MHz to 3.8MHz by adjusting all voltages , memory , frequencies and what ever other setting automatically ! Pretty nice for a person with zero knowledge on oc'ing . The ROG ( Republic of Gamers ) bios has settings and voltage settings to oc I have never seen before on any mb . There also is zero use for any out side software voltage and temp monitoring tools . The poster led it comes with attaches to my Swiftech Rad Box parallel to my front case side panel like it was made for it ! It monitors errors or all voltages or all temps or RPM's , very cool . The SupremeFX X-FI HD audio card is sweat with blue leds for its name looking very cool . The board monitors every voltage and temp from NB and SB and MB , cpu , memory , ect. , I mean everything also with led lights along with numerical . I could go on and on , its nuts whats in the bios for oc'ers . I know why its $199.99 with now free shipping , well worth it . Get it Speedway ! You will LOVE it !!! These Corsair Dominator DDR3 memory moduals are the ones to get with this board , a match made in heaven , They are going to oc to big #'s for me to from the little bit I tested them I can tell . Coarsair Dominater DDR3 for AMD Black Editon Processors

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Nice setup, pcnazz

So many new toys to consider, but so few dollars to spend!

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 09/17/2009 11:24 AM
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Thanks Nemesis ! I just played 30 minutes of COD4 with these settings . Very very fast opening programs and banging around , super bus speed ! These Corsair Dominator DDR3 black edition modules are really sweat ! I just ran the game no other test yet here because I am going further with this oc . What ever you see in my sig is 100% stable always !!! These settings did 30 minutes of gaming ,next increase I will run OCCT and prime95 . 1728 MHz memory / HT 2808.2MHz > 5616MHz effective / NB 2808.3MHz

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Yeah I just had to re-adjust all of my OC settings to accommodate Win 7 (64-bit).
Got 8GB installed and running completely stable (even gaming).
I'm still considering getting the 955, but may wait to see what's next in the AM3 CPU line-up.

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I don't blame you Nemesis cause my 940 performs the same as my 955 all day long ! I just wanted fool around with some DDR3 but if I were a little more patient I could of waited till early 2010 for real no doubt it . I love this mb though Its a board that will keep the best over clockers busy and not board . So many possible combination's with it . You have cool set up so no problem there to wait it out . I cant wait for 5870's to hit now . My friend is taking my previous signature rig so hes all pumped up and it takes a little of the $$$$ pain away a little bit . Back to the laboratory

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 09/17/2009 12:52 PM
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Originally posted by: pcnazz

I don't blame you Nemesis cause my 940 performs the same as my 955 all day long ! I just wanted fool around with some DDR3 but if I were a little more patient I could of waited till early 2010 for real no doubt it . I love this mb though [IMG][/IMG] Its a board that will keep the best over clockers busy and not board . So many possible combination's with it . You have cool set up so no problem there to wait it out . I cant wait for 5870's to hit now . My friend is taking my previous signature rig so hes all pumped up and it takes a little of the $$$$ pain away a little bit . Back to the laboratory [IMG][/IMG]


Never could get my 940 BE stable past 3.712 Ghz in all apps and games. My 955 BE runs 3.9 Ghz stable in all games and apps. So for me it was a nice clean 200 Mhz upgrade for me. That and the HTT and NB is little higher and so is my ram speed with the 955 BE.

Picked up a nice boost on games to.

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I remember you saying Guru that you had a PH II X4 cpu that didn't perform at all . I did not know it was the 940 , I assumed it was a 955 . You got a good 955 now anyways , very cool . I am Stable now 12hr prime95 , OCCT Maxed out High settings across the board 1hr and game 100% Stable @ 3.913 MHz , HT 2609.8MHz , NB 2809.7MHz and 8 8 8 24 32 memory timings @ 1600MHz ( will be running memory at 1696MHz or more soon ) . This is my 24/7 set up right now . I am still working on stabilizing 4.01MHz for my 955 . The back of my case IO shield clear cmos is very cool , not a cheap one either , Led with one push and hear click click to clear cmos , very cool . The TurboV allows me to over clock on the fly with out re-booting into bios , saves a lot of time this way . When my figures are right I go into bios and set them . The Creative SupremeFX X-FI sound card and software is amazing ! I always used the on board audio and man oh man I can see why people use sound cards . This one looks cool to with its blue led " SupremeFX X-FI " lighting inside my case facing out my clear Antec 1200 side panel . I am really happy with the layout of just two PCIE slots compared to my M3A79-T Deluxe four PCIE slots . The Crosshair III PCIE slots are arranged to let both my gpu's to breath very nice . There is no problem running quad crossfire with this board by using two 4870X2 or two 5870X2 gpu's . I will be putting two signal 5870's in here . I really am impressed with this Asus ROG Republic of Gamers Crosshair III Formular mother board and give it a 100% thumbs up to purchase one . You wont be impressed until one is sitting in your case , believer me The advance full version of 3dmark06 that came with the board was also very cool !!!

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Originally posted by: pcnazz

I remember you saying Guru that you had a PH II X4 cpu that didn't perform at all . I did not know it was the 940 , I assumed it was a 955 . You got a good 955 now anyways , very cool . I am Stable now 12hr prime95 , OCCT Maxed out High settings across the board 1hr and game 100% Stable @ 3.913 MHz , HT 2609.8MHz , NB 2809.7MHz and 8 8 8 24 32 memory timings @ 1600MHz ( will be running memory at 1696MHz or more soon ) . This is my 24/7 set up right now . I am still working on stabilizing 4.01MHz for my 955 . The back of my case IO shield clear cmos is very cool , not a cheap one either , Led with one push and hear click click to clear cmos , very cool . The TurboV allows me to over clock on the fly with out re-booting into bios , saves a lot of time this way . When my figures are right I go into bios and set them . The Creative SupremeFX X-FI sound card and software is amazing ! I always used the on board audio and man oh man I can see why people use sound cards . This one looks cool to with its blue led " SupremeFX X-FI " lighting inside my case facing out my clear Antec 1200 side panel . I am really happy with the layout of just two PCIE slots compared to my M3A79-T Deluxe four PCIE slots . The Crosshair III PCIE slots are arranged to let both my gpu's to breath very nice . There is no problem running quad crossfire with this board by using two 4870X2 or two 5870X2 gpu's . I will be putting two signal 5870's in here . I really am impressed with this Asus ROG Republic of Gamers Crosshair III Formular mother board and give it a 100% thumbs up to purchase one . You wont be impressed until one is sitting in your case , believer me The advance full version of 3dmark06 that came with the board was also very cool !!!


Yeah Guru tested the 955 when it first came out, but it turned out to be a nightmare for him.

From the looks of it, he must have got a bad/low grade chip, but the new 955 is apparently rocking.

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Yep, first 955 BE left a bad taste in my mouth.

The 955 BE I have this time just rocks. I Keep thinking about trying a AM3 board and ram again. But my system is so rock stable as it is now @ 3.9 Ghz 2600 5200 Mhz HTT 2600 NB, I just dont want to screw with it lol.

It's never guaranteed that your next hardware choice will OC as well or as stable as the last lol.

Never know if its a gain or a loss to your last setup.

So I guess I wait for it to die or not fill my needs for the next build .

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Thats cool Guru 3.9MHz stable . I am at the same myself with my 955 and also with my 940 which is going to a friend . You know you look around in all the forums and you can tell who's sig. is for real . I see a lot of 4.0 and higher over clocks on air and regular water cooling . I would bet a good percentage could not pass 2hr of prime95 ! I know 4.0MHz not out of reach but very difficult on air and liquid cooling . Anything in my sig. is always 100% Stable . The reason why I bring this up is to let others know how wonderful it is to have a rig that you power on and know that there is now way your crashing . Host games with no worries . Its a good feeling knowing this . Well enough of that just want the younger generation to understand . Guru you can wait no problem until early to mid 2010 , I think you need some DDR3 clocks in your game

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I hear ya, I use the standby option. Hit a key and 2 Sec later I am ready to go. It,s a priceless feeling to know the pc won't crash and will always be ready to go with no problems.

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Originally posted by: pcnazz

Thats cool Guru 3.9MHz stable . I am at the same myself with my 955 and also with my 940 which is going to a friend . You know you look around in all the forums and you can tell who's sig. is for real . I see a lot of 4.0 and higher over clocks on air and regular water cooling . I would bet a good percentage could not pass 2hr of prime95 ! I know 4.0MHz not out of reach but very difficult on air and liquid cooling . Anything in my sig. is always 100% Stable . The reason why I bring this up is to let others know how wonderful it is to have a rig that you power on and know that there is now way your crashing . Host games with no worries . Its a good feeling knowing this . Well enough of that just want the younger generation to understand . Guru you can wait no problem until early to mid 2010 , I think you need some DDR3 clocks in your game


Well i run my 955@4.0 only tested with prime 1/2hr, I dont find it necessary to cook a MB with prime. Most people dont have a clue what happens to the mosfet's on long stints of prime with overclocked voltages shorten the MB life in half almost. Ive shattered an acrylic panel with a poped mosfet.
I also run custom cooling with custom fluid.
Stable OC's 4.0 and above takes a little more than voltage,FSB, and multi.
I can pass prime@4.23 for a 1/2hr, but I cant pass SiSandra benchmark which is more of a real life benchmark like PCMark but tougher.
IMO i would put an extra fan on the NB if usinh prime on an OC'd rig.
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Originally posted by: B-Shot

Originally posted by: pcnazz



Thats cool Guru 3.9MHz stable . I am at the same myself with my 955 and also with my 940 which is going to a friend . You know you look around in all the forums and you can tell who's sig. is for real . I see a lot of 4.0 and higher over clocks on air and regular water cooling . I would bet a good percentage could not pass 2hr of prime95 ! I know 4.0MHz not out of reach but very difficult on air and liquid cooling . Anything in my sig. is always 100% Stable . The reason why I bring this up is to let others know how wonderful it is to have a rig that you power on and know that there is now way your crashing . Host games with no worries . Its a good feeling knowing this . Well enough of that just want the younger generation to understand . Guru you can wait no problem until early to mid 2010 , I think you need some DDR3 clocks in your game [IMG][/IMG]




Well i run my 955@4.0 only tested with prime 1/2hr, I dont find it necessary to cook a MB with prime. Most people dont have a clue what happens to the mosfet's on long stints of prime with overclocked voltages shorten the MB life in half almost. Ive shattered an acrylic panel with a poped mosfet.

I also run custom cooling with custom fluid.

Stable OC's 4.0 and above takes a little more than voltage,FSB, and multi.

I can pass prime@4.23 for a 1/2hr, but I cant pass SiSandra benchmark which is more of a real life benchmark like PCMark but tougher.

IMO i would put an extra fan on the NB if usinh prime on an OC'd rig.


I never cooked a mother board with prime95 or any stability test because I always keep close eye on all my temps . If temps get to high I abort the test immediately . I don't have temp issues at all now running liquid cooling lol . But yes B-Shot you can destroy hardware if you do not no and pay attention to what your doing . My point is a lot of users have clocks in there sigs that are not stable . Please do not take any offence . My other point is being 100% stable is a great thing for gamers and other users to have the confidence that there rig is not going to fail and let them down in the heat of battle .

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Its cool pcnazz, I wasnt offended, Prime95 is a great burn in tool i use it alot on work station builds and CGG rigs before they go out the door. Just have seen some physical damage associated with prime(which is a good thing to have happen in house instead in the field.) I still prefer stability test that throttle the CPU and RAM at random to get an overall stress test with CPU,RAM,NB,HTT,and SB overclocks and voltages being stressed together unlike prime95.
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I my self run Everest Ultimate stability test for 30 min to 1 hour tops. Then its off to good old hard gaming with maxed eye candy settings for 2 to 4 hours.

If she dont crash under 2 to 4 hours of gaming in one of my more demanding games then I would consider that promising. Then I would run a game like Farcry 2, that happens to be one of the more CPU demanding games I have seen just to make sure. 2 days later and about 6 hours of gaming under her belt with no BSOD or crashes to desktop or any other glitches I would then deem her stable.

It also helps to run some video coding, this helps test its performance and stability as well.

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Originally posted by: B-Shot

Its cool pcnazz, I wasnt offended, Prime95 is a great burn in tool i use it alot on work station builds and CGG rigs before they go out the door. Just have seen some physical damage associated with prime(which is a good thing to have happen in house instead in the field.) I still prefer stability test that throttle the CPU and RAM at random to get an overall stress test with CPU,RAM,NB,HTT,and SB overclocks and voltages being stressed together unlike prime95.


Right B-Shot I know what you mean .

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