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I'm gonna need a small walkthrough from those who owns a 780i board and uses RAID.

First off, I'm completely new to RAID and this is the first time I'll be doing it. I'll be putting 2x 320GB drives in RAID-0 while leaving my 750GB as storage. The 320GB HDDs arrive tomorrow as empty drives.

Million-dollar question: How do I RAID-0 them?
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You'll have to enable RAID in the BIOS.

From there, you'll set the array up outside of the BIOS in another pre-windows area for the RAID chip.

After setting up your array, windows during setup (under vista) will see it as a single drive. Your motherboard should still read two drives. You may have to load drivers, Vista makes it extremely easy. For XP you have to F6 before windows starts to install, and then install the drivers off of a floppy.
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You'll have to enable RAID in the BIOS.

From there, you'll set the array up outside of the BIOS in another pre-windows area for the RAID chip.

After setting up your array, windows during setup (under vista) will see it as a single drive. Your motherboard should still read two drives. You may have to load drivers, Vista makes it extremely easy. For XP you have to F6 before windows starts to install, and then install the drivers off of a floppy.
Not sure how exactly I set up an array, but I'll give it a shot and see what happens. Thanks.

More suggestions are welcomed.
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It's actually pretty explicit when you do it. Just be sure you DON'T include the 750 with the two 320s you'll have in the volume
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It's actually pretty explicit when you do it. Just be sure you DON'T include the 750 with the two 320s you'll have in the volume
Just curious, is it dangerous on an nVidia chipset? I've heard so much horror stories.

I've done a few searches and haven't seen much people with RAID problems on 780i though.
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Hope you will manage it
Same CPU hmm maybe only the number not
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Its super easy.
At least it was for me.
I enabled raid in bios.
It then lists the drives.
Move the drives you are going to raid to other box.
Pick whichever raid configuration you want to use.
Presto.
Load operating system.
Its recognized as one drive for me using Raid0.
I didnt have to load any drivers,
And was using 64bit Vista Ultimate.
Edited by lsclincoln - 5/25/08 at 10:15am
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enable raid in bios and set the sata ports that you want raided....then when you boot up you can enter your raid array options by pushing f10 after the post...choose what raid your intrested in ...stripping or mirror etc, and then choose the raid file size (i forget the appropriate word for this) you would like. The bigger sizes are for when handleing larger files like alot of video editing and stuff...i think for gaming 64K is fine. This will format your drives. exit and set your drives to bootable and you should be ready to go i think.

..the rest depends on what OS you will be installing after you reformat. For xp youll need a floppy drive to load the RAID drivers during installation, unless theres some other way i dont know about, and for vista you can use some other storage devices such has a usb flash drive for instance....or you can use the default RAID drivers that come with vista. Its better to use the nvidia ones though i believe...


good luck


i just noticed your sig so i think you did it already..
Edited by Nick226 - 5/25/08 at 10:23am
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Super easy to set up, just set it up as a stripe, and select the two drives and install. Vista comes with nvraid drivers, but I personally prefer the latest and greatest compatible with the raid controller. Was just as easy setting up the raid (2 150 raptors) on my x38.
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From the Crazy kid who did QUAD Raid 0

DUde its easy as hell on this mobo

hook up the drives, remember which channels your drives are on that you want to RAID.

Boot into BIOS
Go to Integrated Perpherbial(whatever its called)
Go to RAID function
Set the topmost option to ENABLE, and ENABLE the channels your RAID drives are on

Press F10, ENTER. THen let BIOS pass.... when BIOS goes away, Hit F10 to Set Up Raid. Its self explanatory from there. Use whatever stripe size you want. I used 64K because this helps programs load faster. Maps and other large game files will already load with stupid speed compared to others.... I notice tho on 64k stripe, installing things is incredibly fast too. most of time time I just see the bar at 0, then at 100% in a few seconds.


Make sure you install RAID Drivers before installing windows ( you do this during the installation process for Vista)
    
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