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Sweet ill take that all day everyday and twice on sunday.
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Well just an update it seems the sata controller chip on my Beloved Sabertooth MoBo has decided to take a permanent vacation so as of now i will be RMAing my motherboard back to asus for repairs or replacement, As of now i am running on my Asus Crosshair 4 Formula Board with no issues what so ever. Also I am waiting to hear from Western Digital about my Twin 1TB Drives that I RMAed due to dead sectors.
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