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    Buy Rampage V or Edition 10?

    Hello

    I dont know whats best to buy

    Buy Rampage V or Edition 10?

    I like the oc-panel on Extreme edition

    I like sound-panel on Edition 10

    But I got a Fiio 10k so I got extreamly god sound

    What 2 do?

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    I've just upgraded to 10 edition...its so nice and refined i would not go back...but end of the day both boards are great. I like OC panel too but i could live without it...

    And to run Broadwell E for example I'd go with the new board.

    Basically new now I'd go 10 edition

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    If you get the edition 10 you can always buy the OC Panel separately.
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    The best option would be to get the Rampage V Edition 10 and then buy the OC Panel separately.

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    I have them both.

    Honestly there is no reason to have the OC panel unless you are going to be doing a tonne of real time overclocking. I found that after I overclocked once and found where my sweet spots were, I never used it again. It took up a bay that could be used for a fan controller or taken out completely.
    That being said, I also don't use the DAC, but it is nice to have if I ever do decide to upgrade from USB headphones.

    Overall I really love the extras you get on the EDITION 10. I love the lighting on it. It also seems a lot more stable for my overclocks than the Rampage V.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brighttail View Post
    I have them both.

    Honestly there is no reason to have the OC panel unless you are going to be doing a tonne of real time overclocking. I found that after I overclocked once and found where my sweet spots were, I never used it again. It took up a bay that could be used for a fan controller or taken out completely.
    That being said, I also don't use the DAC, but it is nice to have if I ever do decide to upgrade from USB headphones.

    Overall I really love the extras you get on the EDITION 10. I love the lighting on it. It also seems a lot more stable for my overclocks than the Rampage V.
    Same here,

    having both - just waiting for the EKWB Acetal Block for the RV10.
    Other than that I really like the RV10 and probably would prefer the RV10 over the RVE simplay because of the added features.
    And it looks way cooler.

    The OC panel is really more of a gadget than anything else - used it once and then uninstalled it because 5,25" bays suck :S.
    Same thing with the DAC, I don't really need it as I feed my audio through the optical connector, but compared to the OC panel it is definitely more value as you can do everything you can do with the panel via AI Suite or the EFI itself (which for me is the way to go).

    Also as Brighttail said OC'ing seems to be more stable, but I can't really compare both boards in that regard as my RVE still has the 5960X on it while the RV10 has the 6950X on it (that could just be me more lucky with the new CPU).

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    I have a Rampage V Extreme with the following installed.
    Intel - Core i7-5960X (3.0G, L3:20M, 8C, HT, 140W, rev.R2)
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    Can I use them in the Rampage V Extreme Edition 10?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amerifaxx View Post
    I have a Rampage V Extreme with the following installed.
    Intel - Core i7-5960X (3.0G, L3:20M, 8C, HT, 140W, rev.R2)
    VENGEANCE® LPX 64GB (8X8GB) DDR4 DRAM 2666MHZ C15 MEMORY KIT - BLACK (CMK64GX4M8A2666C15)

    Can I use them in the Rampage V Extreme Edition 10?
    Bob
    Sure.

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    I bought a RV10 and had to rma it, back to RVE with which I am happier, since my 6950x runs cooler in it and have no issues except for some of the usb ports working on their own (bios mod 3301).

    In the RV10 my Titan Pascal refused to work at pci-e 3.0. In the RVE no problem.
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    I would vote for the RVE10. I have both, and with RVE it was never smooth sailing. Tons of USB issues, memory detection issues and strange Vcore issues with both of my Broadwell-E processors. I haven't seem these issues on RVE10.

    OC panel is useless, although it looks nice when installed into the case.
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