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Still trying to get my new Ryzen rig up and running after resolving the SSD slot issues.

I swapped the 960 EVO from M2_1 to M2_2 and put the Crucial MX300 into M2_1 (as that slot recognises SATA devices)

I installed Windows 10 onto the EVO drive and it worked as expected and booted from that drive. The BIOS recognised both SSD drives.

When in Windows, I couldn't see the Crucial drive so I went into Disk Management and it required me to format the Crucial drive, which I did.It allocated Drive 0 to the Crucial having allocated Drive 1 to the Samsung.

Then i restarted and it would no longer boot.

The BIOS no longer recognised the Samsung drive (only the Crucial) and I have no other drives connected. I tried disabling CMS but nothing changed.

I cannot select the Samsung drive as the boot drive and it isn't showing up as an option when pressing F11 to access the boot options.

Not sure what to try next other than pulling out the Crucial (which means removing the graphics card) and trying to boot again but then would mean I cannot use the Crucial in that slot.

Could it be that the BIOS looks in M2_1 first and if there is a drive there, it doesn't look in slot M2_2?
post #3012 of 3233
Asrock Taichi eh?
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Originally Posted by astagea View Post

Still trying to get my new Ryzen rig up and running after resolving the SSD slot issues.

I swapped the 960 EVO from M2_1 to M2_2 and put the Crucial MX300 into M2_1 (as that slot recognises SATA devices)

I installed Windows 10 onto the EVO drive and it worked as expected and booted from that drive. The BIOS recognised both SSD drives.

When in Windows, I couldn't see the Crucial drive so I went into Disk Management and it required me to format the Crucial drive, which I did.It allocated Drive 0 to the Crucial having allocated Drive 1 to the Samsung.

Then i restarted and it would no longer boot.

The BIOS no longer recognised the Samsung drive (only the Crucial) and I have no other drives connected. I tried disabling CMS but nothing changed.

I cannot select the Samsung drive as the boot drive and it isn't showing up as an option when pressing F11 to access the boot options.

Not sure what to try next other than pulling out the Crucial (which means removing the graphics card) and trying to boot again but then would mean I cannot use the Crucial in that slot.

Could it be that the BIOS looks in M2_1 first and if there is a drive there, it doesn't look in slot M2_2?


bios have option to enable/disable rives? I have to reenable them, though they've been there all along, after some updates.
Its not near the boot settings nor does opening theat menu if i have more than one drive enabled, show the devices that are plugged in and functional .

Ver annoying to poke around and check .

Oh but to make it more fun the devices may show up during post (not always) to really confuse the issue.
post #3013 of 3233
How does the Asrock Killer compare to the Taichi, fatality k4 and some other similarly priced boards?
Edited by greg1184 - 4/29/17 at 10:47am
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Anyone know if there is any difference between Flare X and Trident Z with the same specs, for purposes of hitting the rated speed on Ryzen?

Specifically, https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820232530 and https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820232205

Both are 3200, 14-14-14-34, CL 14, 1.35v.

But is there other stuff in Flare X that makes it more likely to hit higher speeds on Ryzen?
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Anyone know if there is any difference between Flare X and Trident Z with the same specs, for purposes of hitting the rated speed on Ryzen?

Specifically, https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820232530 and https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820232205

Both are 3200, 14-14-14-34, CL 14, 1.35v.

But is there other stuff in Flare X that makes it more likely to hit higher speeds on Ryzen?

Subtimings either already were more friendly with ryzen on the xmp profile or were flashed to be more friendly.

Literally seconds of work to flash for manufacturer. then it's off to get different heatsinks and packaging.

Alternately it's possible that they're using higher binned bdie that they could be selling as faster ram for the intel platform.

Either reason works. Bottom line is better chance with ryzen flavor to hit rated speed right now. Maybe no difference at all in a few weeks time.
Edited by yendor - 4/29/17 at 1:28pm
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I just ordered the Asrock gaming k4 motherboard. The same reviewer who gave the Taichi a 10 had nice things to say about this motherboard as well.
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I just ordered the Asrock gaming k4 motherboard. The same reviewer who gave the Taichi a 10 had nice things to say about this motherboard as well.


sorry I didn't see your earlier post - but the gaming K4 is pretty good (so is the killer - killer/AC - same board)
as I have LPX ram in all of mine - i haven't seen over 2933 14-14-14-36; (overclocking is chip dependant, so no stats really here)

zero actual issues with all 4 of the K4/Killer systems I build.
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sorry I didn't see your earlier post - but the gaming K4 is pretty good (so is the killer - killer/AC - same board)
as I have LPX ram in all of mine - i haven't seen over 2933 14-14-14-36; (overclocking is chip dependant, so no stats really here)

zero actual issues with all 4 of the K4/Killer systems I build.

Thanks. I ended up choosing the K4 because it has USB 3.1. The Wi-Fi thing isn't a big deal since either I can use Ethernet or get a card.

In other news I made 150 dollars switching from x99 to Ryzen . That's a win there for me.
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Thanks. I ended up choosing the K4 because it has USB 3.1. The Wi-Fi thing isn't a big deal since either I can use Ethernet or get a card.

In other news I made 150 dollars switching from x99 to Ryzen . That's a win there for me.

see, they were both advertised with 3.1 Gen 2 originally - and since they are essentially the SAME board - I don't know why the killer "Doesn't" have it and the K4 does;
BUT
I don't have any devices that can use it, haven't seen any, and haven't see anyone actually use it on either; so i'm not concerned. tongue.gif
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