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Ok got my build together and am doing driver installation etc.
I want to use the ssd caching but for some reason the AI Suite II doesn't have the option. I reinstalled it but still no option for ssd caching appears. Anyone know why?
Installed a patcher for it but it didn't seem to do anything, I'm confused.

As far as I am aware that function is only supported on the Z68 chipset, one option would be to use the seagate momentus XT as it uses as similar idea however the SSD is literally built onto the drive
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No SRT Caching from Intel, no, but thanks to ASUS...

That being said....I don't have the SSD Caching option in AI Suite II either frown.gif
Edited by ReignsOfPower - 1/1/12 at 2:54pm
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No SRT Caching from Intel, no, but thanks to ASUS...

That being said....I don't have the SSD Caching option in AI Suite II either frown.gif

They figure with a 450$ mobo that you have a larger ssd... haha
    
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[quote name="Homeyjojo" They figure with a 450$ mobo that you have a larger ssd... haha[/quote]

Yeah that video was the one that led me to believe ssd caching would work on the Rampage IV. But I think you're right hehe. Too bad or I would have gotten a beefier ssd for boot. Oh well I'll get one when I upgrade biggrin.gif
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Thanks!
Thanks. If I had had any idea of how all the parts fit together before they arrived I could have come up with something a little more refined. As it was I REALLY wanted to get it together so I used what I had. There were a couple of tricky parts, but everything is working well now and temps look good.
I'm going to OC everything soon, you guys are going to help me, right? biggrin.gif
If it weren't for all of you and this forum this endevour would have not gone as smoothly as it has so far. Overclock.net FTW. You guys rock!

It looks like you're running the MB, CPU & both Vid Cards in a single loop. How big of a Rad (or how many) are you running? That might be too much of a thermal load for one loop - especially if you're going to overclock.
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It looks like you're running the MB, CPU & both Vid Cards in a single loop. How big of a Rad (or how many) are you running? That might be too much of a thermal load for one loop - especially if you're going to overclock.

He'll be fine if he has enough radiators. I've got my stuff all overclocked on a single loop and I'm in a 26-27C Ambient temp with great results.
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I guess I'm in da club, huh! cool.gif

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edit: cpuz validation here
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It looks like you're running the MB, CPU & both Vid Cards in a single loop. How big of a Rad (or how many) are you running? That might be too much of a thermal load for one loop - especially if you're going to overclock.

I have 1 Black Ice SR-1 480 with 6 fans, 2 running in push pull*. It's 80 degrees here right now and at idle my GPU's are at 29c and my processor is arould 33c average. At full load running Prime 95 and FurMark my GPU's got to 40c and my processor was around 50c average. That means that at 80F ambient my GPU's are at 84.2F and my processor is at 91.4F. At load GPU's are at 104F and my processor at 122F.

Are these acceptable temps? Doesn't look bad to me but I'm not a pro.


Also, I am using Real Temp 3.6 and GPU-Z 0.5.7 to monitor everything. If there are better programs I'm all ears as Real Temp only monitors 4 cores of my processor not 6. I've searched for something new but didn't find anything that I trusted. Any suggestions?

Thanks.

*edit: my fans are noisblocker 1850rpm fans, I have them all set to run at around 1200-1250rpm. Computer is very quiet.
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I have 1 Black Ice SR-1 480 with 6 fans, 2 running in push pull*. It's 80 degrees here right now and at idle my GPU's are at 29c and my processor is arould 33c average. At full load running Prime 95 and FurMark my GPU's got to 40c and my processor was around 50c average. That means that at 80F ambient my GPU's are at 84.2F and my processor is at 91.4F. At load GPU's are at 104F and my processor at 122F.
Are these acceptable temps? Doesn't look bad to me but I'm not a pro.
Also, I am using Real Temp 3.6 and GPU-Z 0.5.7 to monitor everything. If there are better programs I'm all ears as Real Temp only monitors 4 cores of my processor not 6. I've searched for something new but didn't find anything that I trusted. Any suggestions?
Thanks.
*edit: my fans are noisblocker 1850rpm fans, I have them all set to run at around 1200-1250rpm. Computer is very quiet.

Your temps sound fine to me mate. Get some overclocking done and leave an additional 10C headroom for the warmer months. thumb.gif
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