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Well, I swapped out my Team Group 2400mhz RAM and tested with some old ones I had lying around. The board now works! If it doesn't like that RAM why would it give a video card error? Strange.

So I was setting up my LSI 8x RAID 0 and everything went fine. But in the config utility there was nowhere to select the stripe size. Should I assume that LSI only uses a default stripe size?

Oh BTW the LSI controller on boot is pretty slow. Takes 20+ seconds just to load up before the BIOS even posts.
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Well, I swapped out my Team Group 2400mhz RAM and tested with some old ones I had lying around. The board now works! If it doesn't like that RAM why would it give a video card error? Strange.

Glad I bought my memory off The List. Any chance I could convince someone to stick a double-wide card in Slot 7 just to see if it fits over the front panel connectors? Amazon just slapped a label on my video cards Wednesday afternoon. Ordered them Sunday. Probably won't get them until next week. rolleyes.gif
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Man good thing you found that one Vega, so i cant know what to look for if i have problems. Thanks. 20seconds to post!! Holy Hell!
Hopefully no more problems..........
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Ufff I should recive my board today and my memory is not on the suport list. I have the Mushkin 2133 Redline

Let's hope I get lucky (usually I´m not) smile.gif

Too bad to hear about the boot time on the LSI chip...... hate slow boot when you have the fastest parts.
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Too bad to hear about the boot time on the LSI chip...... hate slow boot when you have the fastest parts.

RAID controllers rarely boot quickly. My media array takes a year and a day initializing every port and drive. Takes less time to boot the OS. And it's a rocket compared to some of the servers I've managed. I had one with a total startup time of nearly 20 minutes.
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Well, I swapped out my Team Group 2400mhz RAM and tested with some old ones I had lying around. The board now works! If it doesn't like that RAM why would it give a video card error? Strange.
So I was setting up my LSI 8x RAID 0 and everything went fine. But in the config utility there was nowhere to select the stripe size. Should I assume that LSI only uses a default stripe size?
Oh BTW the LSI controller on boot is pretty slow. Takes 20+ seconds just to load up before the BIOS even posts.

Now I feel much better and congrats to you.
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The LSI of course can be disabled and its associated long boot time if you aren't going to use it.
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The LSI of course can be disabled and its associated long boot time if you aren't going to use it.

I will deffinetly use it, got 8 x HDD waiting for it. I will just live with the boot time and disable it while overclocking and tuning this.

I see in your signature, the new Evga PSU.... have you got it or is this just your future PSU?
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RAID controllers rarely boot quickly. My media array takes a year and a day initializing every port and drive. Takes less time to boot the OS. And it's a rocket compared to some of the servers I've managed. I had one with a total startup time of nearly 20 minutes.
The last two RAID controllers I used, which admittedly were not LSI and which I was using SAS drives with, allowed you to disable auto-detect for drive slots you weren't using. YMMV. Also, depending on how it works, you can usually leave the last auto-detected settings for drives you aren't expecting to change any time soon, rather than having it do the auto-detect every boot.
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The LSI MPT SAS2 BIOS let's me create the RAID 0 but never asks for a stripe size. The only thing I can find online is that it only uses 64kb stripes. That is what I was going to use anyway, just though it odd that it doesn't let you choose.
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