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maybe we've both been lucky - I do/did the same. But it is a safer idea to disconnect the raid drives .

A lot of these issues will be firmware and drive specific, but it can happen
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It's proper procedure to disconnect all arrays before clearing or flashing the UEFI

Indeed, and yet I have never lost my RAID 0 or 10 structure with them connected yet while clearing my CMOS or using Flashback. Sure the controller switches back to default AHCI but when I switch it back to RAID it recognizes the previous disk structure. Maybe I've been lucky smile.gif.

Yep exactly what I do too , never heard of an issue with losing a Raid Config when flashing the bios , if fact I did it on Sat. and just turned Raid back on as mentioned....no issues.

Maybe I need to rethink that Policy ?


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Edited by Kbird - 8/22/16 at 11:18am
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I need a lot of RAM this days (working with containers and VM) and I'm planning in buying a big amount of sticks for my two cheap Haswell-E processors.

I know that RAM is never an investment but since my next upgrade will be with Skylake-E, is it plausible that I will be able to reuse my current sticks on Skylake-E?
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Been playing with a 6800K for the last couple of days, and all I get stable is 4.2 at 1.35v, not even 1.45v gives me an stable 4.3. Is there any voltage or setting, apart from multiplier and vcore, that one could play with to reach higher clocks? I'm new to X99. Got all default values except vcore and multi, cache stock, ram stock (not xmp). Running on a X99 Strix board, H100iv2 cooler and 32GB 3000CL15 Predator memory. Thanks in advance!
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Been playing with a 6800K for the last couple of days, and all I get stable is 4.2 at 1.35v, not even 1.45v gives me an stable 4.3. Is there any voltage or setting, apart from multiplier and vcore, that one could play with to reach higher clocks? I'm new to X99. Got all default values except vcore and multi, cache stock, ram stock (not xmp). Running on a X99 Strix board, H100iv2 cooler and 32GB 3000CL15 Predator memory. Thanks in advance!
You should read the Haswell overclocking guide. It will still apply to you in terms of the affects of the voltages; just not necessarily the magnitude anymore. Vcore, Vcache, VCCIN, VCCSA, and VCCIO all have an affect.
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A lot of these issues will be firmware and drive specific, but it can happen

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Yep exactly what I do too , never heard of an issue with losing a Raid Config when flashing the bios , if fact I did it on Sat. and just turned Raid back on as mentioned....no issues.

Maybe I need to rethink that Policy ?
KB

As Scone mentions, could be affected in specific issues, especially if you're switching chipsets radically. So far within Intel RST technology I haven't had problems. I do an image backup before BIOS revisions just in case ...
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Unfortunately the BiosFlash mentioned earlier has not helped with the Boot Error Code I am now getting , I think it is bF but the Manual says that code is Reserved ? if it was 6F i assume the b would have a stroke across the top to make it look more like a 6 right? if I leave it sitting at the bf code it will eventually spontaneously reboot and then Loop reboot on a 00 Error Code over and over. ( another "unused" Error Code)


I didn't use the Computer for a few day after discovering the IO Plate doesn't allow access to the Upper USB Ports as I had dismounted the Board to pull the IO Plate as I was expecting a new one to come, ( Asus has now informed me they don't send out new IO PLATES and to buy one online or from my Dealer (nice huh?)

On remounting the Board and starting it up I saw the Asus Boot image , which I don't use, so I knew something weird was up , so I went into the bios and found it was basically on optimised defaults vs the overclock i had running nice last week , so I tried loading my saved profile and rebooted and could not get it to boot after that, 1st it was on code 53 ( memory errors and beeping like crazy , it eventually got that figured out but got stuck again with another error over and over, so I used USBFlashBack to reflash the Bios to a clean unmessed up state , loaded Opt w/Raid again and it booted to the bios. so I set Opt w/Raid and it is now stuck on b7 not bF


edit: I have just found if I push the MemTest Button while it is looping at 00 it will post and boot to the bios again, so I set Opt w/Raid and it is now stuck on b7 not bF. it eventually reboots itself but comes back to b7 which is Configuration Reset???
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As Scone mentions, could be affected in specific issues, especially if you're switching chipsets radically. So far within Intel RST technology I haven't had problems. I do an image backup before BIOS revisions just in case ...

lolol, the funny thing is. I moved my SSD RAID0 from a Z97 to the X99, and it works perfect. But every time I flash a BIOS update or clear CMOS, it always break the RAID. ( just my luck). But I am soooo used to recovering the RAID set, it doesn't bother me.
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As Scone mentions, could be affected in specific issues, especially if you're switching chipsets radically. So far within Intel RST technology I haven't had problems. I do an image backup before BIOS revisions just in case ...

lolol, the funny thing is. I moved my SSD RAID0 from a Z97 to the X99, and it works perfect. But every time I flash a BIOS update or clear CMOS, it always break the RAID. (just my luck). But I am soooo used to recovering the RAID set, it doesn't bother me.


Is there a How to you use for that Raid Recovey........ better I found out now before it happens to me , since I already have tonnes of issues with this Build

I have noticed on the X99A II that I need to use the F11 Wizard to set the raid up , if I want to see the Intel Storage Option/Info under Advanced
if I just switch the AHCI to RAID on the PCH Storage Page it doesn't appear.



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Is there a How to you use for that Raid Recovey........ better I found out now before it happens to me , since I already have tonnes of issues with this Build

I have noticed on the X99A II that I need to use the F11 Wizard to set the raid up , if I want to see the Intel Storage Option/Info under Advanced
if I just switch the AHCI to RAID on the PCH Storage Page it doesn't appear.

KB

All I do is set the PCH storage SATA entry to RAID in the BIOS, and when I reboot I get the Intel storage screen I can enter with Ctrl-I and set up RAID. The Intel firmware screen shows before the BIOS screen. You do have to reboot after enabling RAID in the BIOS.
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