Wicked Mystic wrote:PCI Express x8 is enough for GeForce GTX 770 even if it's 2.0 revision. That board has 3.0.
I Think HyperX is 1.65V and Intel recommends 1.5V.
Wicked Mystic wrote:Samsung Evo is using "TLC" chips. Read there and make your choice viewtopic.php?f=5&t=93048
HappySOB wrote:I like to know if the power supply i've chosen can power 2 Geforce 770s. For now, i'm getting only one 770 but i want to add another one later on.
I have a question about the PCI Lanes thing. Will I get full performance out of the video cards in SLI with this motherboard. I'm not informed about this. I see that it's 8 lanes or whatever. Thank you
Damage wrote:Don't try to game the requirements by posting everywhere, guys, or I'll nuke you from space.
Seconded. SLI is a poor value.superjawes wrote: SLI is rarely a good value option. Spending the extra cash to get a 780 or 780 Ti instead is probably a better option, and selling the first 770 to put cash towards a higher card later is probably better in terms of value as well. And even then, you really won't be running into performance issues unless you're trying to drive a 4k display, which is one of the rare cases where we would recommend a SLI setup.
derFunkenstein wrote:Intel's guidelines for memory voltage is that 1.5v is recommended because it's JEDEC standard for DDR3, and they say not to go beyond 1.65v. That's been the case since Nehalem first appeared.