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    Posted: 06 Nov 2015 at 6:19am
Nice result, man! Good luck !
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This awaits my motheboard, 990FX Extreme9 in winter, 2 month from now
http://hwbot.org/submission/2347539_bog_xdan_memory_clock_ddr3_sdram_1450.8_mhz

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From 2015 there are the best games. Please that i could help you anutza94.
Originally posted by ASRock Expert ASRock Expert wrote:

If You take a closer look at the 990FX Extreme6 and the 990FX Killer,
they are both the same board, one is Fatal1ty branded and Red themed,
and one is Extreme branded and Blue themed.

Yes, you are right.

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If You take a closer look at the 990FX Extreme6 and the 990FX Killer,
they are both the same board, one is Fatal1ty branded and Red themed,
and one is Extreme branded and Blue themed.

I think that Cross-BIOS-Flash would work fine, but I don't own
them so I cant test it out... yet!
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Thank you for all the advices and, i will probably buy an R9 390X too.  I am addicted gaming girl, GTA V and Witcher 3 my favourites. I like you BEAST Pc.



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To keep that cpu-s at stock frecuency's you cand buy that motheboard too.
Has a strong VRM too.
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 Searching on Asrock site i found a new motheboard, 990FX Extreme6, and i founded on newegg that it's 129$, 60$ cheaper than Extreme9 and supports also 220W TDP cpu's, Should i buy it instead?
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No, it's strong enough may be 5-10% less peformance than on Intel, but not moore.
But the better choice for power consumption if you have an R9 280X it's to sell it and buy an R9 390X instead.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125804&cm_re=R9_390X-_-14-125-804-_-Product
You will have almost the same performance at half the power consumption
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So, do you think that with an FX 9570 cpu i will be limited in performance with two R9 280X in CF?
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Originally posted by ASRock Expert ASRock Expert wrote:

It's a little upgrade to the 990FX Fatal1ty Professional.

Some things are improved, some stuff are better on the Fatal1ty Pro.

I have both of them now, I can judge clearly.

If the Pro had a newer and tweaked BIOS, that would be the better choice.

The VRM it's a little better on Extreme9, the Fatal1ty Professional has also 12+2 phases but not Dual-Stack MOSFET (DSM).
2 SATA3 for Extreme9, and higher memory support for Extreme9 2450Mhz(oc) compared with Fatal1ty Professional -2100mhz.
Theese are the main improved stuff.
Originally posted by anutza94 anutza94 wrote:

Did you tryed CF configuration on your pc?

No, i haven't tried any multi gpu configurations.


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