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bios 1.9 X64 bit as said earlier and I downloaded the drivers from MSI's web page let me find the link

Edit you have to configure your Raid array in bios first before you can even try to install your OS so if your raid is not set prior to OS installation then you are never gonna be able to install raid. I don't know your competency so I just said that just in case.

Yeah, My arrays are perfectly functional already...
I did press Control + F, I did align the drives, ...

Raid 2+0 @ Functional status
Raid 2+0 @ Funcional status...

By the way, the RAID DRIVERS load PERFECT in vista 32 Bits, Vista 64 Bits, and Windows 7 32 bits...

The only driver that gives me trouble is Win 7 64Bits.
Also, if you are using the BLUE Raid Controllers, I will tell you, you are loosing about 70% of your HDD's speed...

My SSD @ Raid 0 at BLUE raid controller (3rd party) will do 120 ~ 140 MBPS,
MY SSD @ Raid 0 at black ports (southbridge) will do 245~ 385 MBPS...

But unfortunately win 7 64 bits cant load the drives, it says Drivers are NOT signed and , Unsined drivers are NOT supported. blablabla blablabla... something like that...
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did you try this driver yet? http://www.msi.com/index.php?func=dr...e&dno=6722&i=1

Naturally you will need to unzip it before you can use it...
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I am loving this cold weather. My Northbridge idles at 30-33C and with 1.43v, my CPU idles at 33C and loads at 46C.

For air-cooling people: do you guys clean out the dust between the fins in your heatsink and if you do, how do you do it? Last time I did it, I just took off my whole heatsink, cleaned it in the sink with water and blow-dried it. It got rid of all the dust that was stuck inside, but does using water and blow-drying it oxide the copper in my Mugen, making it less effective?
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Soo I recently got a fresh GD70 from MSI

I am not too happy about my NB temps so along side tweaking my system I am thinking about tearing it all down and removing MSIs thermal gum on the NB/SB

Could anyone here that has recently replaced there stock TIM let me know how it went as far as end results?

Hope you all are doing well...front page looks nice and organized
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I don't remeber exactly how I did it but I have Win 7 x64 installed on 3x raided drives so it's possible don't give up you can do it man...
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Soo I recently got a fresh GD70 from MSI

I am not too happy about my NB temps so along side tweaking my system I am thinking about tearing it all down and removing MSIs thermal gum on the NB/SB

Could anyone here that has recently replaced there stock TIM let me know how it went as far as end results?

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since i've changed the tim on the nb/sb heatsink my nb doesn't go over 45c. the main thing is to make sure your looking at the correct temp. there has been alot of confusion over which temp it actually is in speedfan, everest, and hwmonitor. i know the temp shown in bios is correct and its my understanding that tmp2 in speedfan is acurate. im not sure which one to look at in everest or hwmonitor. i used shin-etsu btw.
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since i've changed the tim on the nb/sb heatsink my nb doesn't go over 45c. the main thing is to make sure your looking at the correct temp. there has been alot of confusion over which temp it actually is in speedfan, everest, and hwmonitor. i know the temp shown in bios is correct and its my understanding that tmp2 in speedfan is acurate. im not sure which one to look at in everest or hwmonitor. i used shin-etsu btw.
Yeah I am a bit worried that Everest could possibly be off considering the rest of the temps throughout my system and the voltages I am using

Everest brings me 64C-65C on idle for the NB and 70C-71C under stress testing

Speedfan is still reading a temp of 65C on "Remote 1" but temp 2 comes off at 49C

What do you think?
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I am loving this cold weather. My Northbridge idles at 30-33C and with 1.43v, my CPU idles at 33C and loads at 46C.

For air-cooling people: do you guys clean out the dust between the fins in your heatsink and if you do, how do you do it? Last time I did it, I just took off my whole heatsink, cleaned it in the sink with water and blow-dried it. It got rid of all the dust that was stuck inside, but does using water and blow-drying it oxide the copper in my Mugen, making it less effective?
just use dust off spray can...try doing it every couple months or so...if your overclocking it to the extreme.
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Yeah I am a bit worried that Everest could possibly be off considering the rest of the temps throughout my system and the voltages I am using

Everest brings me 64C-65C on idle for the NB and 70C-71C under stress testing

Speedfan is still reading a temp of 65C on "Remote 1" but temp 2 comes off at 49C

What do you think?
i used to think remote1 in speedfan was the nb but its not. Sendblink did the research on it i believe. tmp2 is what i go by.
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Yeah I am a bit worried that Everest could possibly be off considering the rest of the temps throughout my system and the voltages I am using

Everest brings me 64C-65C on idle for the NB and 70C-71C under stress testing

Speedfan is still reading a temp of 65C on "Remote 1" but temp 2 comes off at 49C

What do you think?
Yep, Everest actually reports the CPU-NB temp/voltage, at least to my own research.
    
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