Thats just my suggestion, you should also look at other brands to see which suit you more. Although not shown, the DRAM timing control section offers 15 different memory settings and hopefully they will remain in the retail BIOS. It's essentially a set of ehnanced memory profiles designed to boost bandwidth with compatible memory DIMMs. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service.
Otherwise, no point in even having the bridge, really.. Anyone worried about X38-based boards becoming rapidly redundant might prefer not to pull the trigger for a month or two. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. I wish to purchase two cards and crossfire it now but do not know what is a compatable card that is available on the general market. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/what-to-crossfire-on-old-x38-board-395610/
All the cards I see now don't have the bridge connector on them, even though they send a bridge with it. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. Sorry, no idea off of the top of my head on what might cause that RyanSmithAT: @ivanzorkic Specs won't protect you against badly designed hardware. The third PCI-E x16 slot operates at x8 electrically and can be utilized for various PCI-E cards including AGEIA PhysX, RAID controllers, or a third video card.
Log in Don't have an account? I believe I will need to bridge them as the board itself will not. If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: What to crossfire on old x38 board This post has been flagged and will be reviewed by our staff.
I really wanted to the crossfire thing hence the reason I bought the board and PS in the first place. Which is handy, because Jeremy (Twitter) is addicted to both. PSU: Corsair AX1200. 06-28-2008, 23:09 | posts: 633 | Location: UK. Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent
And people generally wouldn't crossfire low end cards because you lose a lot for little gain... BENCH CPU SSD GPU2013 GPU2012 Smartphone2011 Mobile TOPICS CPUs Motherboards SSD/HDD GPUs Mobile Enterprise & IT Smartphones Memory Cases/Cooling/PSU(s) Displays Mac Systems Cloud Trade Shows Guides FOLLOW Facebook Twitter RSS ABOUT I want to do it to say I did. The heart of the BIOS is under the AI Tweaker section with a wide variety of options for tuning the board.
What is so hard about using 3 colors like the DFI Dark, eh? https://arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=165624 Reply chipsetguy - Wednesday, September 19, 2007 - link My bad - is a G965. Mainboard: Asus P8P67 Deluxe B3 Memory: 16gb Corsair Vengeance Soundcard: SB Z, Logitech Z5500. While the ability to individually control fan speeds is good, the speed options are too limited in our opinion for a board in the enthusiast category.
ASUS provides two eSATA ports via the JMicron JMB363 chipset, IEEE-1394 support from Agere, excellent onboard audio support from the ADI 1988B, an 802.11n WiFi port, and dual Gigabit LAN capability. klbjabsr:I thought I would just wait a bit and then find a second card cheap. I went with the rampage and am glad I did... fasteddy View Public Profile Find all posts by fasteddy (#4) snip3r_3 Ancient Guru Videocard: 1070 Processor: 5820K Mainboard: ASUS X99-A Memory: 16GB Corsair Vengence LPX Soundcard: X-Fi Titanium
Of course it has internal graphics... All rights reserved. All the cards I see now don't have the bridge connector on them, even though they send a bridge with it. For as long as it lasts...Unusually for Intel, its outgoing high end chipset, the 975X, was a seriously crusty old critter.
Even with DDR3 memory running at 1333MHz, our testing shows the X38 only just cracks the 7000MB/s barrier.That said, both boards will support memory running much faster than that. Is there a modern card out there that still uses the bridge? But yes, you'll want a charger that is USB PD 2.0-compliant RyanSmithAT: @ivanzorkic I haven't heard any such thing.
This board is also pretty costly, but still slightly cheaper than Rampage Formula. It is not cheap but still more affordable than the Formulas (Rampage and Max). Each and every issue is packed with punishing product reviews, insightful and innovative how-to stories and the illuminating technical articles that enthusiasts crave....https://books.google.com/books/about/Maximum_PC.html?id=QQIAAAAAMBAJ&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareMaximum PCMy libraryHelpAdvanced Book SearchSubscribeGet Textbooks on Google PlayRent One that is compatible with the X38 board.
Lord Nemesis View Public Profile Find all posts by Lord Nemesis (#2) Karl 2 Maha Guru Videocard: EVGA GTX 295 Processor: C2D E8400 Mainboard: Asus P5E Memory: Intel's Nehalem modular CPU architecture is rapidly approaching and with it a whole new platform apporach from Intel. Although previous engineering samples of the X38 ran warm to hot when overclocking, our current sample stayed around 74C with 1.91V after two hours of looping 3DMark06. The arrival of a new Intel motherboard chipset isn't always a cause for much rejoicing.
Macboatmaster replied Mar 17, 2017 at 6:30 PM error message on phone happycathy replied Mar 17, 2017 at 6:11 PM Loading... Trouble is the HD3870 and HD3850 cards did not get cheaper and now they are twice as much as I paid originally. At the very least that makes them excellent candidates for overclocking enthusiasts.However, it's not guaranteed they will play nicely with any 1600MHz bus desktop processors Intel might launch in future. ASUS has also included the ability to save BIOS profiles, although it is currently limited to two profiles.
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If a faster card exists on the market, just buy that faster card (ie: 5770) instead of two slower cards.. Is it worthwhile using my E6600 on an X48 board and upgrading when some better quad core come up. Our screenshots show the maximum value for each option.