Can you explain the "OCDNA utility" I was looking thru the ASROCK UEFI Setup Utility and did not see anything by this name. I did however, discover where the instant flash feature is. I will use this for the next upgrade.
Question: Would not changing your UEFI settings to the default values before a BIOS update force you system out of RAID mode and destabilize any RAID volume data. This is one of those setting I though you cannot change after RAID volumes are already estabished in RAID mode.
I have seen this on another system, where if RAID config is switched to AHCI on a system with hardware driven RAID and you load the OS up and then reboot changing config back to "RAID mode" then you RAID volumes will not longer be accessible. Thus having to recreate the RAID from scratch. Perhaps this is only if your OS partition is raided.
Question 2: Again, I am a newbie at overclocking. My RAM configuration is XMP 1.3 DRAM Frequency DDR3-1866 10-11-10-27
The UEFI utility defines what these values mean and shows a minimum and maximum value for each number. Right now all of my setting are set to "Auto"
Can anyone tell me more about 10-11-10-27 of the four dashed numbers is a higher number better or worse.
Here is what I have installed: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233238
On the product box description it shows the settings as (Timing 10-11-10-30) (Cas Latency 10) (Voltage 1.5V)
Can someone tell me if the listed settings on the package are better or worse than how my system is configured now. To put it simply is (10-11-10-27) better or worse than (10-11-10-30)
The figure 27 in the number set is the RAS# Active Time (tras)
I appeciate the response as these settings are Greek to me.