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its everything, sata DVD and all sata hard drives.
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weird... I can't figure out how to get XP Media Center to recognize my two RAIDS but my single HDD and optical have been fine... I didn't care since I was switching to XP 64-bit, but now that I got an external mixer that converts analogue to digital I decided to save me the hassle of switching everything.

Cables:
I am waiting for Jab-Bech to get THESE BABIES back on stock... Incredible deal at $2.50 each, and perfect for the SATA ports that are so incredibly close to the Antec 900's HDDs. Try with the ASUS red cables if you still have them, then order these if long enough for your monster case.
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Sorry but I just wanted to share that the G15 is great in that you can download a hundred little applets made by people like use for free and monitor your voltages temps and all... great little tool for the stable extreme 24/7 overclock.
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I'm thinking about returning the RAM I got to newegg, and getting that G.Skill HZ stuff because my computer likes to randomly restart itself while I'm playing Lord of the Rings Online, and when I booted up this morning, Windows said that it had recovered from a serious error. I sent an error report and it said that it was a problem with my RAM. Any thoughts?
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I've done a lot of homework on ram on this motherboard. From what I've found ocz sucks, only the 8500 sli ram works. Corsair is about 50/50 for most people it works ok but some people have major issues with it. I would recommend crucial ram, or any other sli enabled ram. I guess g skills are ok as well, haven't heard anyone have problems with them.
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For Uslatin:

And setting it up like that will give you:

Edited by 00Smurf - 2/13/10 at 9:12am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Creepy Jon View Post
I've done a lot of homework on ram on this motherboard. From what I've found ocz sucks, only the 8500 sli ram works. Corsair is about 50/50 for most people it works ok but some people have major issues with it. I would recommend crucial ram, or any other sli enabled ram. I guess g skills are ok as well, haven't heard anyone have problems with them.
From what I've seen personally as well as what the posters have listed as issues, its not so much the brand but the IC involved. I've used both Corsair and OCZ on the board but both are the Micron D9 sets. Also, the Gskill with microns (the hz) seems fine as well. The low end corsair 6400 has been hit or miss but its using promos ic's. Also a couple of posts I've seen regarding patriot ram (again with lower IC's). It seems like the board needs better quality ram (not always but frequently) to ensure stable operation.

With the proper ram, this board is rock solid and of course the benefit of better quality ram is higher overclocks.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Robilar View Post
From what I've seen personally as well as what the posters have listed as issues, its not so much the brand but the IC involved. I've used both Corsair and OCZ on the board but both are the Micron D9 sets. Also, the Gskill with microns (the hz) seems fine as well. The low end corsair 6400 has been hit or miss but its using promos ic's. Also a couple of posts I've seen regarding patriot ram (again with lower IC's). It seems like the board needs better quality ram (not always but frequently) to ensure stable operation.

With the proper ram, this board is rock solid and of course the benefit of better quality ram is higher overclocks.

Very true and sadly i learned the hard. PC works but overclocking not that great. Ordering some OCZ 8500s soon.

On another note, i recently called Evga to try and get some more advice on how i can fix my 8800gtx issues i have (nvlddmkm). The service rep informed me that the network access manager that comes with the p5n32 is causing issues with my card/vista and that i should disbale them. Right now i am completely confused. He can't be telling me that i have to go into bios and disable lan? I am at a loss.
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Network access manager is a part of the 680i chipset driver package that you load either via the asus cd or from the nvidia site. It is serious crap. It causes games to crash ( I thought it was my video card too). Uninstall your chipset drivers package and reload the one from the nvidia site. Make sure to say no when it asks if you want to load network access manager.
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Is there a recommended upgrade from this board yet?
Mine is now kaput and Im looking to buy a new board...or should I rebuy this one again?

Robilar, I found another one for sale and the seller had this with the ad.

For sale because nVidia drivers dont properly support RAID...performance is capped around 120MB/S sustained, so no use to me. (this is a problem applicable to about 90% of 680I boards I have seen results from, irrespective of maker)

Apart from that, works fine. Been used for around 3 days. Comes retail boxed with all accessories

Suitable for G80 SLI!! The board layout is pretty good, but the chipset is pretty toasty (ie..very hot) I will not accept returns if the board fails due to inadequate cooling!
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