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Does anyone here know if it Is it possible to set up RAID 0 with the SSD in the M.2 slot and a duplicate SSD in the PCIe slot? And, if that is not possible, would it work with two PCie SSDs?
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Hey everyone how it going. I like to keep other in a head up that The BIOS flash X99-E-WS-ASUS-3201.CAP will not work on the older motherboard I still have the first ASUS x99 WS when it first came out.

It will reject it.

Three BIOS so far I know that doesn't work very good or got some bug issue for windows to be installed

2009 BIOS is junk it randomly reject some hard drives and sometime will make the BIOS say overclock failed and sometime other hardware failed.

X99-E-WS-ASUS-1102 is buggie too sometime overclock failed and other hardware disappear or randomly have errors.

901 is junk too got to many bugs.


801 is good and 3101 I can't find that bios from the website anymore can someone please post this BIOS up for me?


I know X99-E-WS-ASUS-1003 is good. It sometime post random bugs or BIOS failed on post but a power off and powerd back on solved this. But the BIOS will double check the hardware and load slow on boot up.

But I was able to load windows 10.

The other BIOS will not be recognized from windows installer.

I raid 0 on 6 SSD and sometime other BIOS will make windows installer not recognized the controllers from the SATA no mater what drivers you load or what hardware you used.

the 1003 BIOS doesn't have the M2 Ssd disable functions to be off and on in the BIOS setting.
Edited by MasterCyclone3D - 7/25/16 at 11:57pm
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Does anyone here know if it Is it possible to set up RAID 0 with the SSD in the M.2 slot and a duplicate SSD in the PCIe slot? And, if that is not possible, would it work with two PCie SSDs?


If they could make a better BIOS system setting for it. It could. It doesn't have a options of IDE or RAID Functions. You would need a PCIe card to be able to do it. Because it have it own bios for you to set it up.

The onboard controller of the SATA you can RAID them. but the Asmeida you would have to load the driver for it if you want windows or any other OS to run on them or being installed on it as being recognized.

I used two Intel SSD PCIe but there no way to raid them from the BIOS setting. But you can raid them by having them as a slaved drives as it not a primary drives. You can use software or make a RAID functionally for it.


That is why I like PCIe RAID cards that have BIOS inbeeded inside for to posted during boot times.

Some card will post to fast for your eyes can't see the commanded setting for you to pish cntrl I or push E or push D or a posted setting for you to enter the cards BIOS system for you to used the raid.

If they also could make a BIOS setting for you to set up a BOOT setting like Frist boot #1 is PCI-e SATA 3.0 RAID card. So you can boot from that to load an OS from it.
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Hi Guys,

Recently purchased a X99 E WS and have a quick question regarding PCIE configuration. The manual says that 2-way SLI is recommended for slots 1 and 3, however, 1 and 5 is better suited for me and just wanted to know if this configuration is OK? ( I will be putting an Intel 750 in slot 7). Just checking before I start building the loops. Thanks
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Hi Guys,

Recently purchased a X99 E WS and have a quick question regarding PCIE configuration. The manual says that 2-way SLI is recommended for slots 1 and 3, however, 1 and 5 is better suited for me and just wanted to know if this configuration is OK? ( I will be putting an Intel 750 in slot 7). Just checking before I start building the loops. Thanks

congrats on your new mobo,you will love it:)
if you planning on using the 750 as os drive I suggest you putting it at pcie x4 slot since its shared. I put my 950 pro on a pcie card on slot 3 and I experienced lag and slowdown in windows. When I put it at slot 4 it worked like it should because its shared, look it up in the manual.
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Has anyone gotten BIOS 3201 to work on the old 3.0 board?


*EDIT*

Got it to work, just had to update in consecutive order...
Edited by DRT-Maverick - 7/26/16 at 7:14am
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congrats on your new mobo,you will love it:)
if you planning on using the 750 as os drive I suggest you putting it at pcie x4 slot since its shared. I put my 950 pro on a pcie card on slot 3 and I experienced lag and slowdown in windows. When I put it at slot 4 it worked like it should because its shared, look it up in the manual.

Thanks for the information.
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If they could make a better BIOS system setting for it. It could. It doesn't have a options of IDE or RAID Functions. You would need a PCIe card to be able to do it. Because it have it own bios for you to set it up.

The onboard controller of the SATA you can RAID them. but the Asmeida you would have to load the driver for it if you want windows or any other OS to run on them or being installed on it as being recognized.

I used two Intel SSD PCIe but there no way to raid them from the BIOS setting. But you can raid them by having them as a slaved drives as it not a primary drives. You can use software or make a RAID functionally for it.


That is why I like PCIe RAID cards that have BIOS inbeeded inside for to posted during boot times.

Some card will post to fast for your eyes can't see the commanded setting for you to pish cntrl I or push E or push D or a posted setting for you to enter the cards BIOS system for you to used the raid.

If they also could make a BIOS setting for you to set up a BOOT setting like Frist boot #1 is PCI-e SATA 3.0 RAID card. So you can boot from that to load an OS from it.

That makes since. After reading your post it occurred to me that using two PCie SSD's in a RAID configuration for the OS drive is not that different then using one. I mean from the BIOSs perspective. Now I just had to do a clean install of Win 8 on a freshly formatted Intel 750 PCIe SSD which is not recognized from the BIOS. When I booted up the OS, I had to load the NVME driver on order for the OS to recognize the drive. Same principle as what you describe. So in order for this to work, I would load the NVME driver, then load the RAID driver, then run the tool to set up my RAID configuration which will allow me to see the newly created drive for the OS install. To easy.

Now one thing I have noticed about this board, is that it is kinda slow compared to my older Asrock board when it first boots up. My Asrock board which is a H97 chipset will boot into windows in less then 10 seconds from a cold boot. That's using a standard SATA RAID 0 configuration for a boot drive. I have now owned one X99-E WS and three X99-WS 3.1, four total, and the one thing they have in common is that it's BIOS is STUPIDLY SLOW!!! compared to other motherboard makers. Now I am able to forgive this because their is no other board on the market which is as feature rich as this one. Also, once booted, this board really shines. Stable and fast.
post #3230 of 4103
Guys,

Sorry to be alittle off topic... here we go....

I have m.2 Samsung Evo 850 240gb drive, my rig is the following

ASUS E WS X998 v1.0 USB3.0
Intel 5960x @ 4.6Ghz
Evo V 32gb DDR4 @ 3000Mhz Quad Channel
8 x 120gb SSD's OCZ & Kingston
8 x SATA3 HDD's various size
1 x DVD-RW/RAM Drive

This is where it gets interesting

PCI-E slot 1 = EVGA Hybrid 980 Ti
PCI-E slot 7 = 8xSATA Raid Card (Can connect upto 8 x drives)
PCI-E slot 6 = SBX Zxr Sound Card
PCI-E slot 5 = SBX Zxr Daughter Card
PCI-E slot 4 = Asus M.2 PCI-E Card

Ok so ive connected the Samsung M.2 240gb drive directly to the mobo and still drive does not show up, i brought the Asus PCI-E card that can take any size M.2 cards and i tried it this way and still the drive doesnt show in bios.

Am i doing something wrong.. this weekend i have to clean up my systerm as im upgrading my SSD's to Crucial 240Gb version i got cheap on Ebay, as i will pull my system apart also to install some lighthing, what can i do to ge this m.2 drive to work.

PS, an i correct why the drive is not showing up the m.2 from samsung is because i have too many things connected to my mobo ? should i do the following

1) Disconnect all drives and only connect the m.2, if i see it like this, install Windows, but what im scared off is when i connect everything back will i loose the m.2 drive ?

Thanks all.
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