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    Bringing new features such as USB 3.0 and SATA 6G in the form of a premium AM3 board, the Gigabyte 890FXA-UD5 is a stylish board looks to build upon the success of Gigabyte's recent product offerings. Bringing strong performance in a solid and no-fuss product, the UD5 brings enthusiast-class quality and features to those looking to push their system to the limit.



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    Nice board, great review, thanks Jake

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    The board basically has a similiar layout as the 790 series with exception of 1 thing.... Gigabyte finally moved the damn battery! It used to be here and a pain in the behind if you ran crossfired cards and had to do a cmos reset:




    I will say 1 thing about Gigabyte boards. They overclock as good if not better than any board out there and the UD4's are always priced right. When running crossfire, IMO the UD5's are a waste of money. I have always had great luck with their product.

    Nice review Jake. Can you add some ordinary overclocks and benchies to the review? Like air cooling with decent aftermarket product and such so us wannabe extreme coolers can see the performance that most can achieve?
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    Great board, Great review well done Jake

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    Still love my good old Last Gen Mobo Never had any problems with it, Excellent Reveiw. On a side note I'm pretty sure that the problem with getting the Memory below CL6 is a problem with the AMD Memory controller, My computer won't boot or post whenever i try to get them below CL6 they run very well on 7-7-7-20 also have had problems taking the RAM below 20.

    I have tested this with corsair and G. Skill RAM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    Still love my good old Last Gen Mobo Never had any problems with it, Excellent Reveiw. On a side note I'm pretty sure that the problem with getting the Memory below CL6 is a problem with the AMD Memory controller, My computer won't boot or post whenever i try to get them below CL6 they run very well on 7-7-7-20 also have had problems taking the RAM below 20.

    I have tested this with corsair and G. Skill RAM.

    At what frequencies????

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    What can I say.... I like this review

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    Sorry forgot about that, uhh i tried the corsair at 1600 and 1333 i've tried on the G. Skill as low as 1036 Mhz.

    Makes me want to fork out the cash and grab a LEO platform.
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    Good review, Decent board from Gigabyte

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    Thanks for the heads up there Benji, appreciate that info.

    Doc, normally we would run air cooling benchies, but didn't for a couple reasons this time: first, timelines for publishing were pretty tight, and our new Koolance pot arrived, so there just wasn't enough time to get it all done like we hoped. Second, Gigabyte specifically requested extreme cooling to be used on the UD5 and we were happy to oblige them. Lastly, air cooling doesn't really show the limits of the board, it generally shows the limits of memory or the CPU. Pushing extreme OCs shows what the potential is overall. I suppose if we wanted to show what the board could do, theoretically we should drop in some cheap CPU (non-Black Edition), cheap memory, and Crossfire to see what it could really accomplish. But in principle, I doubt someone would buy a board like the UD5 with a setup like that.

    On a side note, I was very impressed with the stability of the UD5, it's not touchy during extreme runs. It may not have the most extensive features out there or be the most flashy, but it's a great all-around, solid board.

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    nice, jake!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Thanks for the heads up there Benji, appreciate that info.

    Doc, normally we would run air cooling benchies, but didn't for a couple reasons this time: first, timelines for publishing were pretty tight, and our new Koolance pot arrived, so there just wasn't enough time to get it all done like we hoped. Second, Gigabyte specifically requested extreme cooling to be used on the UD5 and we were happy to oblige them. Lastly, air cooling doesn't really show the limits of the board, it generally shows the limits of memory or the CPU. Pushing extreme OCs shows what the potential is overall. I suppose if we wanted to show what the board could do, theoretically we should drop in some cheap CPU (non-Black Edition), cheap memory, and Crossfire to see what it could really accomplish. But in principle, I doubt someone would buy a board like the UD5 with a setup like that.

    On a side note, I was very impressed with the stability of the UD5, it's not touchy during extreme runs. It may not have the most extensive features out there or be the most flashy, but it's a great all-around, solid board.
    If Gigabyte gives Pure OC the board and insists on extreme cooling.... Extreme cooling it is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    Still love my good old Last Gen Mobo Never had any problems with it, Excellent Reveiw. On a side note I'm pretty sure that the problem with getting the Memory below CL6 is a problem with the AMD Memory controller, My computer won't boot or post whenever i try to get them below CL6 they run very well on 7-7-7-20 also have had problems taking the RAM below 20.

    I have tested this with corsair and G. Skill RAM.

    I have had zero trouble getting my RAM down to 5-5-5-13 CR1....at 1.5 volts clock speed starting at 1066 and moving up from there

    I saw too much of a voltage swing going past 1200....so I bumped to 6-6-6-18 CR1 at 1400 1.65 volts....

    I have been able to get into the 1800 plus range at 9-9-9-24 CR1 1.67+ volts....but the fill rate in Everest was no better...and the latency was higher

    My happy 24/7 numbers are 6-6-6-18 CR1 1.65v 1400

    and each day I push it a little past that....memory seems to be very fiddlesome (is that a word?) with this board and a 1090T

    I am running ADAT's high end RAM .....

    I run the same RAM in my p55 system (875k) and it is by far the fastest system I have ever owned....the memory fill rates even beat my x58 (980 x)....

    the AMD platform is way behind IMO....I love my AMD set-up....but it can't touch ANY of my new intel set-ups....not even close....

    but it's perfect for gaming....not so perfect for professional apps (PS/PR/etc...)





    EDIT: I also failed to mention...I am running 8gb (2gb DIMM x 4)...also here is the screenshot, just for posterity...and to be fair this run is with all my start-up apps running...and the forum topic open....I think that benchmarks should be run under real world situations....I am sure the numbers could inch up a bit if I optimized some things....but that is not the real world....this is 24/7 operation.....oh and great review BTW



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    Great first post, some great info there and welcome to pureoc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AriM. View Post

    My happy 24/7 numbers are 6-6-6-18 CR1 1.65v 1400
    I have this board. I'm running my ram at the same 6-6-6-18 timings

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    Quote Originally Posted by smduff View Post
    Great first post, some great info there and welcome to pureoc.

    thank you very much for the kind words....hope I can contribute....team effort!!!

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