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I have a problem with copy big files(about 1GB+) to USB flash drives, the USB flashdrive is formatted NTFS. When I begin to copy the file it says the speed is like 130MB/s(clearly wrong and unrealistic), then it hangs, then it takes very long time before it updates its progress, kinda one update per 5 minutes. During the copy I also have problem launching certain applications like Google Chrome, the computer is still fast and responsive but some application cant launch properly. Tried different USB-ports/USB-drives and the problem is same, its usb 2.0 devices, dont have any 3.0 I can try with. I dont have this problem with my usb 2.0 hardrive, the problem is only with flash devices.
Anyone heard anything like this before? Got any tip to solve it?
Windows 7
Asus P8Z77-V PRO 1504 BIOS
Intel Rapid Storage driver 11.2.0.1006 (tried older same problem)
Intel USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller Driver: 1.0.5.235
ASMedia USB 3.0 Driver: 1.16.1.0

The NAND in USB flash drives does not perform well formatted as NTFS. Use FAT32 or exFAT.
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Anyone with the P8Z77-V Pro and a NZXT Havik 140? Does the cooler cover the DIMM closest to the CPU?
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Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (RAID) driver version 11.6.0.1030

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?ProductID=2101&DwnldID=21852&lang=eng&iid=dc_rss
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^Nice thx
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Intel® Rapid Storage Technology (RAID) driver version 11.6.0.1030
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?ProductID=2101&DwnldID=21852&lang=eng&iid=dc_rss

Nice. I assume the memory leak is patched this time.
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I ordered a Z77 V over a V-pro because it is cheaper and I have no use for the extra Sata or USBs, will be pushing a 4.6-.7 Ghz OC at maximum on my i5-3570K with a Phantek PH-TC14PE, have 3 case fan I want to hook up to the board, will I regret not paying the extra $$?(179 vs 207)
Edited by sherlock - 9/19/12 at 6:21am
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I ordered a Z77 V over a V-pro because it is cheaper and I have no use for the extra Sata or USBs, will be pushing a 4.6-.7 Ghz OC at maximum on my i5-3570K with a Phantek PH-TC14PE, have 3 case fan I want to hook up to the board, will I regret not paying the extra $$?(179 vs 207)

You will be fine with the V. Looking at the chart now, not sure what the Pro really brings other than more USB3 and a slightly beefier VRM design. They have the same number of SATA ports (same 3rd party controller I think too) and both have Fan Xpert 2. I grabbed the pro since it was only $15 more here at the time at NCIX. The extra budget would be more useful on GPU/SSD etc.
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You will be fine with the V. Looking at the chart now, not sure what the Pro really brings other than more USB3 and a slightly beefier VRM design. They have the same number of SATA ports (same 3rd party controller I think too) and both have Fan Xpert 2. I grabbed the pro since it was only $15 more here at the time at NCIX. The extra budget would be more useful on GPU/SSD etc.

Yeah, I looked through diagrams for both and the only thing I miss is I assume Pro's extra fan connector at the bottom of the board. V's 3 Chasis connector are all mid board at the second screw line(1 is to the far left for rear fan, 2& 3 are far right and next to each other) so plug in my side panel fan to it might be trouble some, but I have extenders for and in the worst case I will connecct front fans to the board and use my case's fan controller for the side panel fan.
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So... I am stumped.

Went down to MC last night, bought a brand new setup, with an i5 3570Km Maximus Gene Z77 board, Samsung memory, PC power and cooling PSU, and GTX 670. I am getting Boot Error 76, PCH DXE Initialization (PCH module specific). I cant get it to boot. No video signal as well. The DRAM LED is lit up next to the 24pin as well.


I have tried flashing the two latest bios's through the ROG port, reseating the RAM, the CPU, removing the GPU, moving the RAM to the farthest slot, everything.

After reading the manual, seeing the Sammy memory isnt on the list of approved memory, but used t on a maximus board before....

What would the next step be before I drive back to MC to replace parts? MC is 90 minutes away, so I want to try everything first...



Thanks
Edited by Derek1387 - 9/21/12 at 7:12pm
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RAM LED won't let you get anywhere.. need to fix that problem first. If it really is the RAM then not much you can do, try and wiggle them little bit (not hard or anything). I know when I got my board my RAM refused to be found so I got the RAM LED and got nowhere. I put old RAM back and it started working - afterwards I 'wiggled' the new RAM and it started working after awhile and has been ok since.
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