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PERC 6/i on top - PERC 5/i on bottom wink.gif more info tomorrow wink.gif

Why did you do this?
    
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Why did you do this?
keeps them from wobbling and touching each other, id assume...
    
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Why did you do this?
keeps them from wobbling and touching each other, id assume...
Exactly I have only one bracket and two PCI-E slots one by one

And I hope to make better cooling
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Only holes on the bracket side are in the same place - holes on the other end are in different places:



so a little bit of doubleside foam tape was used





and piece of rubber band to gently keep them together





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and piece of rubber band to gently keep them together
careful with rubber bands if they are required to keep things in place - they degrade quite quickly at the slightly elevated temps you get in computer cases. And then they just crack and break.

Use string in preference, or a silicon band.
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careful with rubber bands if they are required to keep things in place - they degrade quite quickly at the slightly elevated temps you get in computer cases. And then they just crack and break.

Use string in preference, or a silicon band.
Thanks for info It's more temporary solution - to keep cards together before installation.
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can I change "write through" setting to "write back" once the array has been created and initialized ? or do I need to start from scratch ?

thanks
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can I change "write through" setting to "write back" once the array has been created and initialized ? or do I need to start from scratch ?
You can change this option anytime you want
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can I change "write through" setting to "write back" once the array has been created and initialized ? or do I need to start from scratch ?

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You can change this option anytime you want
Yep, along with the read ahead options, and all of the options in the following dialog:

    
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thanks guys !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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