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Had no time to test this weekend, will try to do it Thursday!
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Originally Posted by rui-no-onna View Post

Lagarith in YV12 should be a decent choice, I think. Only way to know for sure is if you test, though. Anyhow, changing codecs is easy enough. Regardless of what codec you choose, the WD 1TB Blue should serve you well. If CPU load is still too high that you need to go uncompressed, another WD10EZEX for RAID-0 will only set you back an extra ~$60.


@Rui-no-onna,

thanks for the tips buddy ! I got 2 Blues, they work great so far!
I will try and upload some test results next weekend ( I am away this one).

The one thing that was funny, I couldnt connect them both to SATA Port 2 and Port 3, which are on top of each other. I had to connect one of the hard drives to Port 5 for both of them to be recognised. I asked about it in this thread, would really appreciate if you could have a quick look if you have experienced something similar ! smile.gif


http://www.overclock.net/t/1434578/z87x-ud3h-sata-port-problems
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