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Poll Results: whats your choice for 990fx

Poll expired: Jul 11, 2011  
  • 0% (1)
    Asus M5A97evo
  • 0% (1)
    Asus M5A99Xevo
  • 49% (58)
    Asus Sabertooth 990fx
  • 31% (37)
    Asus Crosshair V Formula / Thunderbolt
  • 0% (1)
    Biostar TA-990FXE
  • 12% (15)
    Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD7
  • 4% (5)
    MSI 990FXA-GD80
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post #1121 of 10135
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Originally Posted by bgtoups;15427915 
I am very interested in knowing you you implemented Raid 0 under win 7 x64. Care to share? Was it on your Sabertooth mobo?
Thanks

Standard fare, then build the array, then boot off of the Win 7 x64 disk and install. Yes this was on my Sabertooth 990FX.
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post #1122 of 10135
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Is there a way to make it get faster to the post screen? It takes so much time compared to my 10 year old Asus A7V133-C.
Yes, disable the Jmicron controller under JMB Storage in BIOS. This will search for a connected disk, and if disabled saves the search time!
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post #1123 of 10135
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Actually I ran a Live CD image on a thumbdrive. You indicated the LAN operation in your previous post wasn't working in Linux, but mine did with no problem.
Very surprised that you had no issues with the RTL 8111 nic under Linux .
USB thumb drive ! -- I would be using Linux as my Primary OS so it would be a Hard disk install .
post #1124 of 10135
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Originally Posted by SgtHawker View Post
Actually I ran a Live CD image on a thumbdrive. You indicated the LAN operation in your previous post wasn't working in Linux, but mine did with no problem.
The 8169 driver will still be loaded and works sometimes but it is not the optimal driver for this NIC.

Just type "lsmod | grep r81" on the command line to see which one is loaded.
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post #1125 of 10135
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Originally Posted by SgtHawker View Post
Standard fare, <ctrl+f> then build the array, then boot off of the Win 7 x64 disk and install. Yes this was on my Sabertooth 990FX.
Thanks for the update. I can do this, too, when I have the board set to operate under the Legacy BIOS, but not under UEFI implementation. On my board, with the original, the 0705, or the most recent 0810 bios update in place, if I select UEFI Raid rather than 'Legacy' in the SB SATA panel of setup I am unable to Ctrl+F into the Option Rom during POST, so I am unable to enter into the Raid Option Rom to actually set up the array.

Consequently, when I start the win install, and get to the point that I am asked for the raid drivers by Win, I will load the driver and then see my three separate disks, not the single Raid Volume I want to see. It seems as if there is not a way to enter into the Raid Option Rom to set up the array prior to using the UEFI boot process to load win onto a raid setup.

I am attempting to create a Raid5 array using 3-1.5Tb WD green drives, and in the Option Rom under BIOS, I can do this, which results in a single Raid5 volume of about 2.8Tb size. Unfortunately, win 7 can't load the OS onto a volume above 2 Tb because the MBR partition it creates cant address memory locations above 2Tb. So I have two choices: either break the partition down to smaller sizes and install everything under normal BIOS win 7 install and have multiple drive volumes (which I don't want to do) or install Win 7 under UEFI so that, using GPT disk partition during that version of win install, I can use the single large volume to load both the OS and everything else onto, which is what I do want to do. It seems like the motherboard should support this, but I am beginning to think that the raid implementation on the board can't make it work. I don't really want to use an add in Raid controller card if I can avoid it.

Any thoughts?
post #1126 of 10135
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Originally Posted by infini View Post
Is there a way to make it get faster to the post screen? It takes so much time compared to my 10 year old Asus A7V133-C.
are you asking about the post screen on the saber board (you most likely are just making sure) if so yes there is


EDIT: just for now here is the messed up validation lol, I hope cpu-z gets a new one soon
Edited by Bradford1040 - 10/25/11 at 8:51am
post #1127 of 10135
So i switched over to an 1100T in my sig rig and had zero issues with this board getting to 4GHz, think I may have a really good chip since it didn't take much voltage to get to 4GHz either.
post #1128 of 10135
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Originally Posted by magicmike View Post
So i switched over to an 1100T in my sig rig and had zero issues with this board getting to 4GHz, think I may have a really good chip since it didn't take much voltage to get to 4GHz either.
Would you be so kind as to post up or tell me your Passmark scores? I am just doing some comparisons. I upgraded from a PII x4 955 right to the FX-8120.
post #1129 of 10135
Heres my new validation you asked for.

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post #1130 of 10135
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Heres my new validation you asked for.

Is the 1.54v same under full load or does LLC take it up a bit. How long have you been there too? Trying to see what is a good 24/7 volt. I know most people throw out 1.55v mostly. Some even 1.6v
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