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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/10/29 17:58:59 (permalink)
ummm  thats a good question
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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/10/29 18:01:07 (permalink)
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will this pci-e fix be able to be installed in the x1/x4 slot for use?


It will fit in any slot x1 - x16

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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/10/29 18:12:25 (permalink)
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will this pci-e fix be able to be installed in the x1/x4 slot for use?


It will fit in any slot x1 - x16

very good evga, now will it power all pci-e slot with the extra voltage needed without burning out the traces is all board except the classifieds (because the clssifieds have beefer traces)????

                                       
                                                           
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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/10/30 00:24:18 (permalink)
This is not just an Nvidia issue. Users with multiple ATI cards in crossfire have also suffered from this.
 
http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=328863
 

http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=651336
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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/10/30 06:41:37 (permalink)
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This is not just an Nvidia issue. Users with multiple ATI cards in crossfire have also suffered from this.

http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=328863


http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=651336

Yeah people have not paid attention to which products this issue has happened with. Not only were those two links with ATi cards, they were also ASUS motherboards.

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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/10/30 07:16:23 (permalink)
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craigcooper

This is not just an Nvidia issue. Users with multiple ATI cards in crossfire have also suffered from this.

http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=328863


http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=651336

Yeah people have not paid attention to which products this issue has happened with. Not only were those two links with ATi cards, they were also ASUS motherboards.

Which reinfisizes the fact that all motherboards had issues because they designed to meet an industrie standard, and ATI and nvidia ignored those standards , in order to push the performance standard.

ATI wanted to put out a card that was better, faster than nvidia, but could only do this by using more power to drive more performance, Nvidia not wanting to be outdone had to break the rules too.

  
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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/10/30 07:19:27 (permalink)
Well at least EVGA stepped up to the plate to alleviate the issue. Has ASUS done this or are they leaving it to EVGA and their customers will have to come to EVGA to purchase the fix?

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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/10/30 15:17:39 (permalink)
EVGA should do the same thing as they did back when the 680i came out. They offered us to pay like 80-90 dollars or something like that to jump to the next motherboard that works. That way they don't loose a lot of money and let us have a choice. IMO this would be a great option for us 759 owners.
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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/10/30 15:41:15 (permalink)
I was in opinion that ASUS rampage III has extra molex for the pci-x?  Any one knows?
 
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This is not just an Nvidia issue. Users with multiple ATI cards in crossfire have also suffered from this.

http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=328863


http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=651336

Yeah people have not paid attention to which products this issue has happened with. Not only were those two links with ATi cards, they were also ASUS motherboards.



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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/10/30 15:55:55 (permalink)
How big is the "insert" on pci-x going to be? I have ati 4890 crossfired and each card will hidden one pci-x slot?  Please help?
I have the following
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pci-x16- ati 4890-1
pci-x16- ati-4890-2
one is hidden under a 4890??

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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/10/30 16:38:37 (permalink)
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EVGA should do the same thing as they did back when the 680i came out. They offered us to pay like 80-90 dollars or something like that to jump to the next motherboard that works. That way they don't loose a lot of money and let us have a choice. IMO this would be a great option for us 759 owners.


Not me, I would gladley take a 762 in exchange for my 759, But would rather have my 759, and the fix, than a 770, For now Sata3 and USB3 mean verry little to me, and USB3 can be had with a $20 add on card, so that's not an issue. the 759 was a limited addition that was ahead of it's time, infact all these years latter, it's still not utilized to it's potential, and won't be, untill true 16X bandwidth becomes prevalant. ( or at least more than the 2% above 8X that is now being utilized ) ; It's hard to deminish the greatness of the 759, when presant technology is incapable of letting the board work to it's potential,  
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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/10/30 17:04:08 (permalink)
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I was in opinion that ASUS rampage III has extra molex for the pci-x?  Any one knows?

kram36

craigcooper

This is not just an Nvidia issue. Users with multiple ATI cards in crossfire have also suffered from this.

http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=328863


http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=651336

Yeah people have not paid attention to which products this issue has happened with. Not only were those two links with ATi cards, they were also ASUS motherboards.


Yes it does have the extra power connector on that board. I was referring to previous ASUS boards that do not have the extra power plug and have experienced the burned 24 pin power connector. What is ASUS doing for those board owners?

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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/10/30 18:12:10 (permalink)
either way, evga has made good on an issue with gpu's and older motherboards. IMO ATI and NVIDIA have to push the bar higher, other wise what would be the point. no one ever said they have to meet a standard (what about AGP mother board, wheres the high end gpus for them) everything evoles and now it's the age of the motherboards. bigger and better standards have been set and IMO theres nothing wrong with that.
 
also the PCI-E fix can not be very big at all, think about it. if it can be used in a x1/x4 slot then that tells me it is very small and very low profile. system runnin SLI setups will probaly never even see it. I plan to put it in the x1/x4 slot in my e758, which is hidden under my 480 in the first slot and will run the cord behind the motherboard to a molex. ( you will not even know it is there.)
 
IMO it does not matter at this point who is doing what, so long as someone is doing something about it and they are. evga has just taken it one step further as always and provided a fix for all mothers without the molex on board. every company at this is integrating a molex or 6-pin to there new high end motherboards and IMO will ow be a standard for all companies.

                                       
                                                           
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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/10/30 18:55:55 (permalink)
"IMO it does not matter at this point who is doing what, so long as someone is doing something about it and they are."
 
It very much matter to me on who is doing the fix for everyone. It's EVGA and in my book is the best company in taking care of people. This is one of the reasons I buy their products, besides the fact they make the best products. EVGA FTW!!!

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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/10/30 19:21:33 (permalink)
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"IMO it does not matter at this point who is doing what, so long as someone is doing something about it and they are."

It very much matter to me on who is doing the fix for everyone. It's EVGA and in my book is the best company in taking care of people. This is one of the reasons I buy their products, besides the fact they make the best products. EVGA FTW!!!


Absolutely. I was so wrapped when I heard EVGA where coming down to this neck of the woods. I will always try to purchase there products over everyone else.

   
 
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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/10/30 19:52:15 (permalink)
 
All quiet from the ASUS fanbois huh. Funny that.

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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/11/01 16:37:12 (permalink)
Do we have any kind of date on when this part is going to be available??  I have two GTX 480's that are chomping at the bit!!!!


  

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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/11/01 17:45:32 (permalink)
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"IMO it does not matter at this point who is doing what, so long as someone is doing something about it and they are."

It very much matter to me on who is doing the fix for everyone. It's EVGA and in my book is the best company in taking care of people. This is one of the reasons I buy their products, besides the fact they make the best products. EVGA FTW!!!

thats pretty much what i was saying.

                                       
                                                           
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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/11/02 07:04:58 (permalink)
Will be looking for the part to fix my E760 at the end of NOV.
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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/11/06 22:25:22 (permalink)
How many of you guys are not running your systems until this fix comes out?

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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/11/06 23:32:08 (permalink)
I believe EVGA said they're only making a limited supply of these things.. I wonder if we have to apply for them and it's first come first serve, or will all registered board owners get an email offer first, then first come first serve after that, or what? Also I wonder which boards they will cover? All X58 boards or what?

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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/11/07 11:15:38 (permalink)
Thought of a simple solution without having to do the molex mod or use an adapter. This may sound crazy but would downclocking the 480's down from 700mhz to 600mhz each help prevent meltdown? Unless you own a 30" screen wouldn't it make sense to just downclock them as the power usage for each gpu should go down right?
 
 

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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/11/07 15:40:03 (permalink)
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EVGA should do the same thing as they did back when the 680i came out. They offered us to pay like 80-90 dollars or something like that to jump to the next motherboard that works. That way they don't loose a lot of money and let us have a choice. IMO this would be a great option for us 759 owners.


Not me, I would gladley take a 762 in exchange for my 759, But would rather have my 759, and the fix, than a 770, For now Sata3 and USB3 mean verry little to me, and USB3 can be had with a $20 add on card, so that's not an issue. the 759 was a limited addition that was ahead of it's time, infact all these years latter, it's still not utilized to it's potential, and won't be, untill true 16X bandwidth becomes prevalant. ( or at least more than the 2% above 8X that is now being utilized ) ; It's hard to deminish the greatness of the 759, when presant technology is incapable of letting the board work to it's potential,  

 
You will never have a true x16/x16/x16 with a e759 anyway. The x58 can handle 36 PCIe lanes period. Your NF200 only allows 2 cards, in a 3-way config, to share x16 lanes and then the NF200 bridge then communicates to the x58 at x16. Maybe Sandy Bridge will have 48+ PCIe lanes for true 3-way X16.
 
I have the classy 3 and the USB3 and SATA3 are onboard controllers and I dont use them. I definately wouldnt go from a e759 to an e770 just for those features and I certainly wouldn't upgrade an e759 to anything that is currently available (other than a e762).



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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/11/14 03:21:24 (permalink)
The rig I just made my brother has 3 way SLI of gtx285 OC'ed versions on a 759 mobo.
 
I haven't noticed it getting meltingly hot, but there is definitely warmth in the mobo power connector.. I'd love to get one of these for some peace of mind. Would hate for my gift to burn down his house O.o
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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/11/14 05:25:55 (permalink)
EVGA is in the final stages of marketing a pci-e adapter/molex fix for this. was pushed back a bit and should be due late NOV/ eairly DEC. The fix/ whatever you like to call it is only required for those who have x58 boards,that do not have a molex already mounted onboard. (rumors where it would be free, we shall see.)

                                       
                                                           
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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/11/14 06:16:32 (permalink)
One of the mods stated that evga would offer it for free to us so we shall see.  I most definately will get one from them.

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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/11/14 06:19:52 (permalink)
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One of the mods stated that evga would offer it for free to us so we shall see.  I most definately will get one from them.

 
+1 i need one for my E758 MB

                                       
                                                           
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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/11/14 08:02:52 (permalink)
+1 as well need one for my X58 769MB
 
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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/11/14 15:52:22 (permalink)
Does anyone know if it's needed with the 580's, suposadly they use less power than a 480, and have a voltage limiter, but last I heard the voltage limiter only worked when the firmware, detected certian programs like Furmark, I have two 580's due here monday for a 759. Actualy none of my boards have the molex, so I'm hopeing to get one for a 758, 759, and for a 760.  

  
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Re:Are you going to do the MOLEX MOD? e759 / e760 owners 2010/11/14 16:15:21 (permalink)
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Does anyone know if it's needed with the 580's, suposadly they use less power than a 480, and have a voltage limiter, but last I heard the voltage limiter only worked when the firmware, detected certian programs like Furmark, I have two 580's due here monday for a 759. Actualy none of my boards have the molex, so I'm hopeing to get one for a 758, 759, and for a 760.  
 
 
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 CPU: Intel LGA 920 DO@4.1Ghz/EK Supreme block/Thermochill pa 120.4 Rad./EK 250 res/MCP 655 pump
 Ram: Corsair CMT6GX3M3A 1600C7 6gig
 VGA: EVGA GTX 580/EK Block 
 HD: Western Digital 500gig  
 Sound: Creaive X-FI Titanium Fatal1ty Champion series
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