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post #1211 of 3633
hello i need help FAST! my Samsung 840 ssd and my western digital 1tb dont show up in my bios together, they will show up individually but not together. does anyone know how to fix this
post #1212 of 3633
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hello i need help FAST! my Samsung 840 ssd and my western digital 1tb dont show up in my bios together, they will show up individually but not together. does anyone know how to fix this


when you go into your bios under setting at the boot if you go down to the bottom and click on hard disk drive BBS Priorities do you see them there?
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post #1213 of 3633
Is it worth replacing my MSI Z68 GD55 G3 mobo with this one?

It looks awesome
post #1214 of 3633
I thank so . This board has every feature you can thank of on one board. I thank it is a great board. thumb.gif Its worth every penny
Edited by ericlee30 - 12/13/12 at 8:32pm
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Just got mine today. I want to get the h100i and a newer video card. Then I will put everything together.
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well guys I figured out what the problem is thanks to some of the responses help above.

It turned out to be that for some reason it didn't like that I had all 4 dimms filled with ram. So I was able to get at the slots and leave 4 and 2 populated ( had to because 3 were removable but 4 was covered by the nhd-14. So with 8 gigs in it would post but give me some EFI "couldn't find map" error? So I ended up spamming delete key on reset and got into the bios and set the boot priority and truned off first boot setting of some sort. then finally got the windows 7 disk in and installed the operating system.

Turn off and put my other 2 ram modules in and booted up with 16 gB just fine.....so i dunno why it didn't like it to start with but it sorted itself out after some frustration on my part and panic of a possible RMA. Thanks to you guys who all responded with help! + REP thumb.gif
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post #1217 of 3633
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well guys I figured out what the problem is thanks to some of the responses help above.
It turned out to be that for some reason it didn't like that I had all 4 dimms filled with ram. So I was able to get at the slots and leave 4 and 2 populated ( had to because 3 were removable but 4 was covered by the nhd-14. So with 8 gigs in it would post but give me some EFI "couldn't find map" error? So I ended up spamming delete key on reset and got into the bios and set the boot priority and truned off first boot setting of some sort. then finally got the windows 7 disk in and installed the operating system.
Turn off and put my other 2 ram modules in and booted up with 16 gB just fine.....so i dunno why it didn't like it to start with but it sorted itself out after some frustration on my part and panic of a possible RMA. Thanks to you guys who all responded with help! + REP thumb.gif

To oats2012 :Thank you so much for the Rep thumb.gif Im so happy you found the Problem I have been checking off and on all day to see if you got it to post or not.Glad to here that you got your rig up and running smile.gif If you have any more issues I'm here to help. I like helping people the best that I can.
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post #1218 of 3633
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To oats2012 :Thank you so much for the Rep thumb.gif Im so happy you found the Problem I have been checking off and on all day to see if you got it to post or not.Glad to here that you got your rig up and running smile.gif If you have any more issues I'm here to help. I like helping people the best that I can.

Its very much appreciated! This is my first intel experience along with MSI and considering the price tag for the parts I was very scared I had not installed the cpu right or cooler and many other thoughts flew through my head ( even though I've fully built and rebuilt my first AMD machine several times) I just started second guessing everything when i had the issue redface.gif but now its up and running fine i think so far. Just downloading the MASSIVE amount of MSI drivers and utilities etc. from the website , so hopefully they are good smile.gif I had a friend tell me nothing but bad news about MSI because of a bad board experience but this board had too many great features and the "24 burn in" and overclock potential hooked me because if your gonna go intel i5 or i7 in my opinion if you can afford to then you need to have a board to get max out of it! I was really impressed with the build quality of this board when i took it out of the package.

So aside from the initial scare, i'm impressed and looking forward to overclocking once all drivers and other programs are installed biggrin.gif

Mine is at stock 3.5 GHZ right now and says 37-42 C temps with my nhd14. I was expecting a bit lower temps despite ivy running hot. Is this normal temps? I've been googling and OCN Ivy forum surfing but there seems to be a ton of flux in whats "good temps"?

I may actually try under-volting it slightly soon to see if that brings it down some
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post #1219 of 3633
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Its very much appreciated! This is my first intel experience along with MSI and considering the price tag for the parts I was very scared I had not installed the cpu right or cooler and many other thoughts flew through my head ( even though I've fully built and rebuilt my first AMD machine several times) I just started second guessing everything when i had the issue redface.gif but now its up and running fine i think so far. Just downloading the MASSIVE amount of MSI drivers and utilities etc. from the website , so hopefully they are good smile.gif I had a friend tell me nothing but bad news about MSI because of a bad board experience but this board had too many great features and the "24 burn in" and overclock potential hooked me because if your gonna go intel i5 or i7 in my opinion if you can afford to then you need to have a board to get max out of it! I was really impressed with the build quality of this board when i took it out of the package.
So aside from the initial scare, i'm impressed and looking forward to overclocking once all drivers and other programs are installed biggrin.gif
Mine is at stock 3.5 GHZ right now and says 37-42 C temps with my nhd14. I was expecting a bit lower temps despite ivy running hot. Is this normal temps? I've been googling and OCN Ivy forum surfing but there seems to be a ton of flux in whats "good temps"?
I may actually try under-volting it slightly soon to see if that brings it down some

My temps are at 37- 41 almost every time i look at the debugger I was thanking the same thing. I thought I was getting higher temps them i should. I have the H100i and I replaced the artic silver 5 on it 4 times and got the same temps every time. I started with the rice drop then the line method then the spread method then back to the rice drop method lol it never made a deference in temps so im amusing that that is what its supposed to be around but not sure
Edited by ericlee30 - 12/14/12 at 2:23am
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post #1220 of 3633
How does air enter the case and exit it?

I have same cooler and run 30-32 usually

Is the cooler blowing out to the rear fan opening with a fan discharging at the opening or up to the top with an exhaust fan there?

I have mine blowing out to the rear with top case fan bringing air in.


Horizontal discharge exhaust as opposed to a vertical discharge exhaust
Edited by Tyreman - 12/14/12 at 2:32am
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