EVGA X79 FTW MARVELL E-SATA DRIVER DETAILS:
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EVGA X79 FTW MARVELL E-SATA DRIVER
Through use of these slots, you can utilise three Nvidia graphics cards in SLI mode with a fourth acting as a PhysX card.
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Moving slightly further down the board, we find all of our USB and front panel connectors. There is a total of four USB 2.
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Just between these is a FireWire header and just to the right are the typical front panel headers for power buttons and LEDs. Also included in the far right is a integrated speaker and BIOS selection switch which allows you to cycle through a whopping three different BIOS versions. Also present on the board is a debug LED for troubleshooting, especially if you are an advanced user. With enthusiasts, much like ourselves, we find debug LEDs and internal speakers to be a godsend when overclocking and tweaking with a systems performance. The ATX pin power connector has been rotated to allow for better cable management, thus leaving EVGA X79 FTW Marvell E-Sata system clean and tidy.
At the top of the board are two 8-pin motherboard power connectors EVGA X79 FTW Marvell E-Sata provide sufficient power to the CPU socket and memory slots. By having two 8-pin power connectors, it should open up further overclocking abilities which we will find out how this board copes with later on. At the top right of the board we find a reset and power button which is especially handy for overclockers and system builders as it provides easy access to your system, especially when tweaking with the BIOS.
From left to right we find a Bluetooth module, and two USB 2.
There are a further four USB 3. Next up is a tour of the BIOS….
Unfortunately there is no mouse support, but navigating the different areas of the BIOS is done easily with the keyboard. The BIOS is full featured and contains plenty of options to keep even the most seasoned Overclocker busy.
The rest of this area is dedicated to displaying current settings and their values. You also have the ability to turn individual SATA ports on and off. The USB Configuration area gives you a list of devices you have plugged in and also allows EVGA X79 FTW Marvell E-Sata the enabling or disabling of individual USB ports.
The ME configuration sub menu shows the version number and a few options to enable or disable ME features. All of the different voltage control settings are located here. You can also set VDroop by percentages of 25, 50, or 75 to minimize any potential voltage spikes. EVGA X79 FTW Marvell E-Sata
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Under the memory sub menu is where you can set the BIOS to use XMP profiles EVGA X79 FTW Marvell E-Sata use the manual option for total control of all the various timings and frequency settings. The last sub menu in the overclocking section deals with the BCLK settings. Here you can set the frequency ratio and the frequency.
Once drives are connected to the system, you will see them listed under the Boot Option Priorities line at the bottom. From there you can choose your desired boot priorities.
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Obviously this is where you would save any changes made to BIOS, exit, and reboot the system. If you made changes to BIOS, then decide you do not want to keep them, you can discard the changes and reboot from here.
If you want to start with a clean slate, you can choose the restore defaults option and begin anew. You can also name these for easy reference at a later time. The first thing we needed to do was get the memory timings and voltages set as per the manufacturers specs. Skill RipjawsZ kit at Mhz was used for this build.
Our first overclocking attempt was a mild 3. The X79 FTW flew right through this test without any problems at all. Next, we went for a 4. The vCore voltage was set to 1. This resulted in the CPU voltage being reported as 1.
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