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Intel Motherboard for LGA 2011 Socket DDR3 2400 Intel - LGA 1155 BOXDX79SR

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  • Ultimate Intel Desktop Board in terms of raw perfromance. Optimized for Intel LGA 2011 Processors and overclocking. Only Chipset to support Quad Channel DDR-3, Tri SLI/CrossFire and the LGA 2011 socket.
  • Unmatched performance for overclockers and digital media creators
  • Quad channel DDR3 2400+ support
  • BIOS Vault Technology protects the board and provides fault tolerant and secure firmware
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Ultimate Intel Desktop Board in terms of raw perfromance. Optimized for Intel LGA 2011 Processors and overclocking. Only Chipset to support Quad Channel DDR-3, Tri SLI/CrossFire and the LGA 2011 socket.


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  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 9.6 x 1.5 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00858CYCQ
  • Item model number: BOXDX79SR
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 1, 2012

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By George on December 1, 2012
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Intel DX79SR

This board comes with a whole sheet of stickers and a blue skull mouse pad! It also has a cool skull featured on the SouthBridge and bonus temperature probes.

The SATA ports are fully RAID capable and a nice combination of X79 & Marvell. The USB ports are also plentiful. The Quad channel memory support is flawless. This board is solid. It's really not light on features at all and demonstrates a sweet balance of treats and tricks. Perhaps it won't go to 5.7 Ghz. overclock..but if you are one of those people that do overclock a bit and expect some stability this board gives the most stable voltage control of any X79 motherboard.

For the past few weeks I've been really excited in tracking down a set of pins to poke an i7 3930K into. This one did the trick nicely. I've got it set cozy next to some Corsair Dominator 2133.

In reviewing some of the other posts here, specifically with reference to the C2 stepping issue, I didn't run into any problems. My processor is the 3730K and it has C2 Stepping (I got the SPROKY). The bios revision that came on my board from this seller was dated 4/27/2012. The most current bios from Intel's website (as of today) is dated 10/27/2012, which I installed shortly after setup. Neither bios revision gave me any issues whatsoever. Mine worked perfectly. If you have a previous revision of the CPU, say with the C1 stepping, you are pretty much set for success on the DX79SR.

I did try an MSI GD45 board with this processor with no luck. At the top end of building an Intel computer you really just need to stay away from every other motherboard manufacturer except for Intel. I have trusted MSI for years to give suitable performance but they really seem weak on the X79 front.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Stan on August 10, 2012
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I have used Intel boards since the SE440BX P2 400 days.

I paired the DX79SR with a 3930K and a Corsair H70 water cooling unit. I am currently OC'd to 4.0 which was simple to do via the bios. The bios was simple and straight forward. This is the nicest of the Intel boards that I have ever owned. Intel has gotten alot better. The layout and number of USB ports is very convenient. The board comes with bluetooth and wireless N unit via one of the onboard USB ports.

As an enthusiast, I am not at all disappointed by this board. I chose this over the Asus X79 Workstation board.

HardOCP did a review of the DX79SI board which is similar to this board-[...]
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jon A on January 8, 2013
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Great feature set. I love genuine Intel boards because they are generally very stable, and are supported for a very long time.

This board was not stable trying to run 2 SSD's on the Sata 6 ports in Raid 0 using the Intel ROM. The machine simply would not start many times. Switching to non-raid - the system is stable. I love the fan controls built into the system - but you should go through them and adjust the temperature targets because I feel they are WAY to high. That said - the fans I have attached run silent, and I am using the Intel watercooling solution as well with a gen 2 hexacore.

All in all I am happy. There are plenty of overclocking options - which is pretty impressive for an Intel board, and I love the back to bios button. Especially once you enable fast boot which disables the keyboard during the boot sequence.

Make sure to download and read the documentation on not only the board - but the CHIPSET. The chipset documentation explains what many of the BIOS settings do.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Steven R. Newcomb on June 1, 2013
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I find myself writing a relatively enthusiastic review of this board, despite the fact that I just sent my first one back to Amazon due to a component failure.

The first one performed exceedingly well for 4 days, during which I tortured it with a 4-disk software RAID 5 (we're running Linux, Ubuntu 12.04.2 Server edition, as we do all our machines, including servers, desktops, and notebooks). I wrote up a favorable report about it, and then, only minutes later, the new machine stopped working without warning of any kind. And the BIOS beeped unhappily when I attempted to reboot (I don't know why, and the beeping behavior did not recur -- a bit of a mystery, there).

The RAID couldn't be re-assembled, so the system couldn't boot.

It turned out that the onboard Marvell chip didn't work any more, period. If I understand things correctly, the Marvell is designed to supports what we in Linux software-RAID-land have learned to call "fakeraid". It provides 2 SATA ports that I was using not in their RAID mode but in plain-vanilla AHCI mode, as support for 2 of the disks in the 4-active-disk *software* RAID.

After the calamitous crash, the BIOS could no longer see any disks connected to either of the 2 gray sockets. Since the 2 disks in the gray Marvell-supported SATA sockets had, uh, disappeared from view, I moved those disks to other SATA ports (*not* the 2 gray ones driven by the Marvell). The machine then rebooted at last and it mostly restored the RAID to a clean state -- less than an hour -- before dying again. The second death was different; now it couldn't stay up long enough to boot.
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