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Hey Tator,
Totally on a different topic, how was your visit to the anime show in Chicago?
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Someone here mentioned that they were inclined to buy the rampage III extreme. It has a marvell 9123 controller driving the SATA III ports. I checked the manual and there is absolutely no talk of RAID support on the 6Gbps ports. Might wanna make sure RAID is supported on those ports for some killer speeds. If you are already using SATA II SSDs, you might think this is a moot point but I'd still prefer to have the RAID support on teh SATA III when you are willing to shell out 350+ on it.

I can never understand what the deal is with the folks at ASUS. Why do they stick with 9123 knowing its limitations and knowing that 9128 is already available.
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wiring done except for psu, and still waiting on tubes and fittings







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Someone here mentioned that they were inclined to buy the rampage III extreme. It has a marvell 9123 controller driving the SATA III ports. I checked the manual and there is absolutely no talk of RAID support on the 6Gbps ports. Might wanna make sure RAID is supported on those ports for some killer speeds. If you are already using SATA II SSDs, you might think this is a moot point but I'd still prefer to have the RAID support on teh SATA III when you are willing to shell out 350+ on it.

I can never understand what the deal is with the folks at ASUS. Why do they stick with 9123 knowing its limitations and knowing that 9128 is already available.
Good question, perhaps to keep costs down, to deliver a more cost effective product? Not really sure, but I do know that if I bought that board with the intentions of Raiding, and found out I couldnt, I wouldnt be a happy camper.
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Good question, perhaps to keep costs down, to deliver a more cost effective product? Not really sure, but I do know that if I bought that board with the intentions of Raiding, and found out I couldnt, I wouldnt be a happy camper.
What is really funny is my P6X58D-E is cheaper and comes with the newer 9128 which can do SATA 6 Raid
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What is really funny is my P6X58D-E is cheaper and comes with the newer 9128 which can do SATA 6 Raid
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What is really funny is my P6X58D-E is cheaper and comes with the newer 9128 which can do SATA 6 Raid
And so does my Gigabyte X58A-UD5R. In fact it is cheaper than the P6X58D-E. I originally had the P6X58D Premium but RMA'd it for the gigabyte one for the exact same reason.
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Last weekend I had reapplied shin etsu X23-7783D using BB size method. Looking at the temps, I feel something isn't right. 2 of the cores are running 6-7 degrees hotter than the other 2. Do you think the cooler is not properly seated on the CPU? or some unevenness somewhere?
Call me temperature obsessed or whatever but I like to see my temps nice and low
Screenshot attached. Let me know what you guys think of the difference.
Note: I will be overclocking this weekend and wanted to make sure this difference in temps between the cores doesn't compound while on OC.

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post #1689 of 4392
Could be an air bubble or inconsistency.
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I want to buy an FT-01 for my next case but I have a mod in mind and i'm not sure if there is room.

I want to cut the top out of the case and instead of one big fan, mount an acrylic window with 3 120mm fans on top while still having room to mount a row of military switches on top.
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