WhiteFang: Will this work for A wAter cooled pc build.
Joseph Domiano: My friend has this mobo and hes having some strange POST issues... We cant
figure out whats going on. This is the 2nd Sabertooth z87 mobo he's
recieved. He had to RMA the first one for bent pins on the CPU socket...
They charged him $90 to fix it and $30 to mail him a refurbished one. All
together, he paid another $120 for a DOA mobo... It appears ASUS doesnt
have a customer service group I guess.
Anyways this 2nd sabertooth z87 mobo will not boot when the computer power
button is pressed. It does a restart dance. Now you can press the memok!
key to boot to bios, save setting and exit to windows. That works fine.
In fact he did all his driver and bios updates, installed Wolfenstein The
New Order and played it. But when he shuts the computer down and restarts
it, or lets the computer go into sleep mode. The computer doesnt start
back up. Did he get another dead mobo?
Niko Bellic: Is this motherboard good for overclocking?
ThePhoneshots: does anyone know if this motherboard supports a h100i cpu cooler looking at
it i dont think it does.
GameOfGroans: can someone point me in the direction to flashback this z87 board. ive seen
x79 info but nothing with the z87 sabretooth. i heard you gotto change the
bios name etc. but i dont know to what>
alucard alucardidis: helloooooo! i need some help to choose. i am gonna buy a 4790k. max mem
supported speed on this board is 1866. if i understood correctly the 4790k
works best with 1600 ram??? (ark.intel: under "Memory
Types"->DDR3-1333/1600") also i read that for this particular cpu: lower CL
and GHz is better than high. so my question is: Sabertooth with 16GB
1600MHz CL 7, or Z87-Deluxe with 16GB 2400MHz CL 10? thanks!
GAN KOK WEI: hello , can i know this board can run with hype x beast (2400mhz) ?
mindsmirror: I know this doesn't have anything to do with the product in this video, but
the gentleman doing this presentation is extremely knowledgeable about
these products. Please note that I have not watched videos from this
channel before, so I don't know if this gentleman is a regular in your
I have seen plenty of videos from manufacturers of various goods and, for
whatever reason, they rarely feature someone this knowledgeable. Sure, the
intro included a couple of "uh's," but once he got into the product it was
clear that he was in his element. What impressed me about this video is the
fact that you didn't have to do a bunch of cut scenes in order for him to
present all of this information. He knows this board inside and out and
presents it in a logical manner, moving from one section to the next as
seamlessly as possible. If this were a live presentation, it would have
gone just as well. He simply knows this product. I also appreciate the fact
that you were willing to utilize a longer video length in order to ensure
that we get a full overview of the board's features. This gentleman manages
to pack a lot of information into this video because of how well he knows
the product and the ease with which he presents the information.
Supernova097: Can you control the RPM of the small assist fans?
ady7970: Why does he say "go ahead" after every other word?! #VeryDistracting
Richard Gallo: How do I determine which way the VRM Assist fan should move air, as exhaust
or intake? I am planning on using a cpu tall air cooler with 2 fans, and
with the rear and 2 top case fans will be exhaust, 2 front and 1 bottom
fans as intake. Also should the air intake vents for the assist fans be
left closed or open? Any article on this functionality of the Sabertooth
Harley Curran: Does anyone know what the on board audio is like? I don't really like the
look of having extra sound cards in my system but need good audio thanks
Julian Ulm: Hey guys
I have got a question about this motherhoard. If i would like to connenct a
second screen with the Intel HD Graphics in the CPU where is the VGA
connection on the motherboard??? Can I connect a second screen with the
integrated grapic of the CPU ???
Please Help me guys :)
B.Jay: Getting the Sabertooth delivered today :)
ManosHAF: Is this better than z87 pro ?
Thomas Hradecky: this will allow you to go ahead and go ahead to allow you to go ahead to
gmax876: I love that Direct key boot switch that replaces the hard reset option!
TrolljanWarrior: Plz make a tuf mini itx motherboard
samgraves2: What screws do I use for the center thermal fan? The tiny one.
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Roger Dodger: So; WHICH is the Corresponding USB port for the BIOS Flash Utility at
13-minutes into the outline? I am searching for mine.
ASUS North America: You are correct. Kudos for you! Thanks for the view and support.
Julian Lin: i noe that feeling
tryteka: I want badly the kit armor!!!!! I have money!
TylerTranMusic: Could this run 3 way sli?
Forty Six & Two: I checked each bag, because I thought that may of been the case as I kept
thinking "they had to of put them in here" I'm a very thorough guy.. they
may of just accidentally left mine out. The only screws long enough to go
through the fan and into the screw part at all were my water-cooling
screws.. they are almost an inch long. Kinda crazy they have to be that
length. Thanks though.. I'll check for a 4th time just to be sure.. but I
honestly looked hard.
Andy Zhou: Can somebody tell me the best asus z87 motherboard that support intel core
MrShadeviperx: this thing is sexy and sounds high tech, im gettin it. The motherboard is
Rahul Penumatsa: What are the recommended cases for "GRYPHON"? I want to use it as an on
location edit rig and motion control system controller (lots and lots of
Epic toni: so true bro...i cant understand why they dont include wifi
Awesonymous RC: i dont think it has an epu or tpu, and i own this z87 sabertooth myself.
couldn't find the 4 way opt thing in ai suite 3 or in bios. I could be
wrong about the epu and tpu, somebody correct me thanks
Andy Zhou: how many memory slots does the asus sabertooth have?
AbbeRadhi: Hello, im not a very good with computer parts. so can somone tell me a
powersupply that will work on this motherboard ASUS Sabertooth Z87 and GTX
780! :D please reply
Itachi Uchiha: Hey.. Im trying to build a new pc and i want to get a motherboard which has
wi-fi or bluetooth any way i can get wireless internet connection to my
pc.. i wanted to get this sabertooth z87 motherboard.. i want someone to
tell if sabertooth z87 is a good choice or not.. please.. JJ please reply..
twistedvisions68: i have it but cant use the Dual intelligent proccesor 4 on the sabertoot?
why and if not will you have it soon I need it thanks
Sean C: I have long been an ASUS fan, my current PC is built on top of a
PFK-E/Wi-Fi motherboard, and it has (and still does) perform excellently.
The first time I laid eyes on the Z77 Sabertooth, about 2 years ago, I knew
that was going to be the foundation for my next build. I also had the
intention of going with an ASUS GPU, in the GTX 660-670 range. But with the
release of the Z87, i7 4770, and GTX 760, that is where I intend to go. It
won't be future-proof, but it will be future-resistant :D
ASUS North America: Thanks for the SUPPORT! Appreciate great customers like yourself.
Additionally thanks for checkout the channel and video! Enjoy the rest of
ASUS North America: LOL thanks for the excitement and the view and support.
martin toner: Could i use two 7990s crossfire with this board?
Joe Cool: 4 way is not listed on their Z87 comparison list.
ShitWrangler: that is a great looking board imo, but the fans, those tiny fans would ruin
me no doubt. they probably begin to get noisy after six months of usage and
it's all downhill from there.
ASUS North America: You Know It! Thanks for the view and support.
Mikemanplayer: hey,il give you a good one: im am running at this very moment sabertooth
z87 i7-4770k gtx 780 16g corsair ddr3 on a corsair cx750m-power supply runs
just fine. if you search for power usage of the motherboard, i came up with
134 watts for mobo+ i7 and the gtx 780 needs another 250W. makes arround
400W DONT BUY A POWER SUPPLY THAT JUST ABOUT COVERS THAT! ALWAYS HAVE A
BUFFER OF AT LEAST 200W! thats to make up for peak usage like startup and
that kind of things. so 650W 700W schould be just fine!
ASUS North America: Sli is not allowed on a PCie 4x connection. You will need a PLX enabled
board as Z87 does not have enough lanes by default for 3 way support.
Maximus VI Extreme, Z87 WS are both options that would support 3 way
support. Thanks for the view and support.
Lola Rey Alvarez: Hello, I really like the videos , I think it's a great way to approach
costumers directly. Having said that, I want to know what exactly is Remote
GO! and if this oard has WiFi GO! too. If not, why? Living in an age of
wireless-everything I think it's a MUST. Lastly, what big difference does
it have with a maximus VI formula? Thank you very much.
CNC295: Upgrade time.
ASUS North America: AWESOME appreciate the feedback and thanks for the view and support.
Yagi Wiraya: nooooO!! a already bought the z77 one, take a break for a while will ya
thaitan: What heatsink should I get for this? I just tried to fit on a Corsair H110
but it doesn't fit! Corsair stated on their website that it would. Now I
have to return it.
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