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Right now the Rev 3.0 board doesn't have an option to disable APM which is causing us throttling issues, at least those of us with FX CPUs. mad.gif

Well that sucks. If I buy retail I'll get stuck with 3.0.....might have to look into other boards now, cause I'm def not going to play the beta bios game.
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Hey all.
I know I'm off the current topic, but I really need some help here.

I just wen out and got myself some 3TB hard drives (3 of them) that I want to set up into a RAID 5 array using the UD5's built-in abilities.
I've never set up a RAID array before, just FYI, but have done a lot of reading, and I'm only curious to know if this is possible:
I have an SSD for my OS. I want to keep that off of my RAID array.
Is it possible on this UD5 mobo to have my 3x3TB drives in a RAID 5 array on the mobo at the same time as the SSD, WITHOUT having my SSD as part of the RAID array?
If this is possible, someone PLEASE let me know, and possibly how I'd go about setting this up.
I do NOT want people telling me to go and buy a hardware RAID controller for $400, 'cause that's not going to happen. Nor do I want someone telling me I should use a different RAID level. I just want help with my specific setup please.

Thank you!
post #4893 of 12377
Guys need help...I can't figure out were the hell I can find the spread spectrum ( wanting to disable it. )

system specs:
990fxa-ud3 rev. 3.0 FC
8350

TIA.
Edited by ifyouseekayeU - 4/2/13 at 3:28am
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I don't think there is a option for it
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Guys need help...I can't figure out were the hell I can find the spread spectrum ( wanting to disable it. )

system specs:
990fxa-ud3 rev. 3.0 FC
8350

TIA.


Press CTR+F1 while in the BIOS and you will get an extra menu.
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Press CTR+F1 while in the BIOS and you will get an extra menu.

Not for me you don't. I was told to do this by Gigabyte support and didn't get any menu just a navigation guide....
post #4897 of 12377
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Originally Posted by Leokul View Post

Hey all.
I know I'm off the current topic, but I really need some help here.

I just wen out and got myself some 3TB hard drives (3 of them) that I want to set up into a RAID 5 array using the UD5's built-in abilities.
I've never set up a RAID array before, just FYI, but have done a lot of reading, and I'm only curious to know if this is possible:
I have an SSD for my OS. I want to keep that off of my RAID array.
Is it possible on this UD5 mobo to have my 3x3TB drives in a RAID 5 array on the mobo at the same time as the SSD, WITHOUT having my SSD as part of the RAID array?
If this is possible, someone PLEASE let me know, and possibly how I'd go about setting this up.
I do NOT want people telling me to go and buy a hardware RAID controller for $400, 'cause that's not going to happen. Nor do I want someone telling me I should use a different RAID level. I just want help with my specific setup please.

Thank you!
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You /should/ be able to. Usually in the setup of the RAID (you should do it before you install your OS) it will ask which disks you want to include. You can just pick your 4 other disks. Your SSD should just run like any other drive at that point. If you already have your hardware just plug in your drives, go into the BIOS and set the HDD's to RAID, and save and exit. After the BIOS screen you should get a prompt to hit a button to enter the RAID setup. After that just go out and buy a $400 RAID card. Totally kidding, tongue.gif , I feel your pain.

Feel free to post back with any questions.
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post #4898 of 12377
Press CTR+F1 while in the BIOS and you will get an extra menu.


I'll try that. If doesnt work, thanks anyway.
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Not for me you don't. I was told to do this by Gigabyte support and didn't get any menu just a navigation guide....

Damn right...Anyway how far do you get oc'ng youre procie?TIA
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Damn right...Anyway how far do you get oc'ng youre procie?TIA

So far I'm at 4.6 but I plan to go up higher(as high as temps will allow). I'll have to use just the multiplier though as it seems my particular CPU/Motherboard dislikes FSB overclocking.
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