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I have eSATA external dock for two drives. To use both drives at once it requires the use of an eSATA card that is a port multiplier. Does the ud5 eSATA ports,supports this? I thought i read a review on this board that said it did but i am not able to make it work. Ports are in AHCI? mode... not raid or ide.
I would prefer to not buy a 1x card if I don't have to.
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Also has usb, but 2.0 is too slow

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yes I believe a SATA port will allow port multiplication as long as AHCI is enabled. (eSATA or SATA)

Furthermore I believe AMD southbridges has supported FIS Switching since the 8xx chipsets...

You should be good, Set your main SATA connection to AHCI, then set your "eSATA Type" to "Same as Sata" ... this will enable AHCI. \

(Note that if you have your OS installed and you havnt had AHCI enabled on your internal SATA, you will need to enable AHCI in windows first before switching on the option in the bios. Otherwise you wont be able to boot back into your OS)
Edited by MadGoat - 1/23/13 at 9:48am
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yes I believe a SATA port will allow port multiplication as long as AHCI is enabled. (eSATA or SATA)

That is what I was expecting but it would only see one drive. If I unplugged the working drive, the other started working right away.

I will try this again tonight.

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yes I believe a SATA port will allow port multiplication as long as AHCI is enabled. (eSATA or SATA)

Furthermore I believe AMD southbridges has supported FIS Switching since the 8xx chipsets...

You should be good, Set your main SATA connection to AHCI, then set your "eSATA Type" to "Same as Sata" ... this will enable AHCI. \

(Note that if you have your OS installed and you havnt had AHCI enabled on your internal SATA, you will need to enable AHCI in windows first before switching on the option in the bios. Otherwise you wont be able to boot back into your OS)


some optical drives do not support 'as sata type' or ahci so mind where you connect it. I have my ssd on port 0, port 1 is my 1TB WD profile drive with AHCI enabled and my LG drive on port 4 but port 4/5 set to ide mode then on the Marvell controller, I have it set to AHCI where my 1TB WD backup drive reside. I used to have 2 ssd's in raid 0 on port 0/1 and 4/5 set to AHCI for my 2TB drives and my LG optical on the Marvell controller but my LG drive kept disappearing in windows.

hope this helps, on F11 bios rev 1.1
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That is what I was expecting but it would only see one drive. If I unplugged the working drive, the other started working right away. I will try this again tonight. Thanks

i see,



i wonder if the driver windows is using for the external Sata ports has something to do with it. Maybe make sure the Amd Sata AHCI driver is being used for the eSata ports? Dont know is the MS driver has port multiplier capability...

i'd try it myself however the external esata device i have has a 2.5 and a 3.5 slot and i dont have an extra 2.5sata drive to test it with... sorry
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post #4186 of 12377
one more thing,

you might want to try setting you "esata cntrl mode" to "raid". This Might allow the raid bios to configure both drives to be presented to the OS. I'm sure windows will have to install a raid driver for the ports but it might work.

otherwise I would be interested if manually installing the AMD sata AHCI driver for the Esata ports would work...



I have 2 AHCI controllers showing, one of which I believe is in charge of the eSata ports. Im currently not using the AMD AHCI driver even for my main controller as windows8 throws a fit with the driver. (AMD needs to fix it up for windows 8).

However even when installing the AMD sata driver, It only installs to the Main (internal ports) controller. Not the eSata controller aswell. So Im curious if (with eSata set to AHCI) you can manually install the AMD AHCI driver to both Controllers, and in hopes enabling windows to utilize port multiplication. ? Just a thought.

Otherwise I'm curious if setting eSata to RAID would do the trick...

Let us know, this could be valuable to many people in the future.
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post #4187 of 12377
I will not be home for another 5 or 6 hours but I can already tell you how my bios is setup
Sata 0−5 raid
2x 240gb ssd raid 0
2x 500gb hdd raid 0
1x 60gb ssd for pagefile
1 free sata

gSATA AHCI
2x DVD burnerss

eSATA AHCI
1 connected to blaX duet dock
1 free

First thing I will try is setting eSATA to RAID in the BIOS
thanks for all the advice!
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post #4188 of 12377
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I will not be home for another 5 or 6 hours but I can already tell you how my bios is setup
Sata 0−5 raid
2x 240gb ssd raid 0
2x 500gb hdd raid 0
1x 60gb ssd for pagefile
1 free sata

gSATA AHCI
2x DVD burnerss

eSATA AHCI
1 connected to blaX duet dock
1 free

First thing I will try is setting eSATA to RAID in the BIOS
thanks for all the advice!

Well, you are a busy SATA user!

I look forward to your findings.
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post #4189 of 12377
I think I figured it out!

(sorry, I know... I'm a little obsessed over this. But I have had situations myself that I've wanted to know this info)

It seems the eSata ports on our boards are controlled via a Marvell 9172 controller. (I swore I knew this, must have slipped my mind).

So, it seems keeping the eSata mode set to AHCI is correct and will support port multiplication as well as hot swapping.

HOWEVER! Windows uses the default AHCI driver for the Marvell controller which uses the controller as a "internal" sata connection.

Installing the Marvell driver seems to solve all that ails us.

Download it HERE

I installed the driver and my external setup is now correctly recognized as a removable device and is instantly detected, where as before I had to power cycle the unit to mount the device.

It fixed my problems, I hope it adds port multiplication to the equation as well.

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BOOM:


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Has anybody on here put a VRM cooler on a 990FXA-D3 board ?
I am building a machine for a family member and they have handed me that board with an FX 8350 cpu and I am a little concerned about the VRMs going the distance ( I have had a couple of bad experiences with MSI boards recently ) I was looking into using a "Enzotech MST-88 Full Copper MOSFET Cooler" that I found on fleabay that appears to have the right dimensions . Anyone at all done this on this board ?
I am running the ud3 with an 8350 and I don't think you need anything aftermarket on the vrms. You can't really blow them up considering throttling protection was added to the bios for them. I look at it like this, if you aren't overclocking or plan on using the original hsf then you won't be able to run enough voltage to overheat the ud3's vrms as your 8350's temp will be at it's ceiling. If you do get an aftermarket cooler, then you can take the amd fan from the old hsf and use it as a spot fan. I think though, as long as the case has good airflow it shouldn't be a problem. I have seen many running this setup without spot fans at decently high voltages and I have seen many using spot fans, but I don't think anyone has had to go aftermarket on them.
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