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Hey thanks for the comments lawrence, giving it some thought for sure. I've been very happy with the CM cases I've dealt with recently. (Sniper, 690II,932) so HAFX is the front runner out of the gate I just want to do some checking to see what other options I have for a 9 slot case.

It will still be awhile before I rebuild. I'm not planning on a system upgrade until socket 2011 but hope to be ready to make the switch right out of the gate. So I still have a little time, I just try to plan ahead. Even when I do so it will be more of a mobo/chip upgrade and shuffle everything else around turning my 930 into a full time folder/backup/file server/media center, jack of all trades pc . If I decide to go ahead and swap cases out it will be sometime soon regardless of system upgrade timeline. At the moment I'm not sure I have too much need for that bottom slot other than I'd like to uncover a PCI slot but would love to be able to load it up with 3 GPU's about the time it hits full time folder status.






Downloaded MakeMKV & xvid4psp as well as a trial version of AnyDVD. Haven't had time to mess with a ton but I can already see that they each have their benefits.

AnyDVD seemed like a quicker, simpler, one step process. It did leave me with multiple files to contend with (Video T_S). Results were exactly what I was after though.

MakeMKV & xvid4psp seemed a lot more customizable but is going to have quite a bit more of a learning curve to it. First try results weren't near the quality that I'm after, that was all user error though in selecting the wrong options.

Thanks again for the help. I'll quit thread jacking the club. Plan to check out the AVSforum and hopefully you guys won't mind if I shoot you a pm or two as I run into a few more questions regarding this stuff.
The folders that AnyDVD creates (Video TS, Audio TS, etc.) are just direct copies of the folders on the DVD, just decrypted. If AnyDVD has an "ISO" mode that might be more helpful, as it would simply create a single iso file that is decrypted....you could then mount the image in alcohol or poweriso and it would see it as a virtual DVD disc.

xvid4psp looks a lot more complicated than it is....but it still took me about a week of playing around to finally figure out how I wanted to use it. Once you figure it out it is the most useful program out there, with the best GUI.

The most important thing to identify on DVD's is the interlacing. Unfortunately most DVD's have some form of interlacing. All blu-ray material comes in progressive form at 23.976 fps, and all NTSC DVD's come at 29.970fps. If you want to convert your DVD material to progressive 23.976 fps (suitable for progressive screen LCD's and such) material then you have to identify the proper de-interlacing. This seems much more challenging than it is, and xvid4psp can do it all for you as long as you know how to identify it. If you encode without de-interlacing properly, you will know it right away because it looks like total ****. For blu-rays you don'thave to worry about it at all....it is already progressive material, so its just a matter of re-encoding at a bitrate and resolution you see fit.

Anyways, like you said, PM me if you want more details on encoding. It's all I really do with my rig any more
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The folders that AnyDVD creates (Video TS, Audio TS, etc.) are just direct copies of the folders on the DVD, just decrypted. If AnyDVD has an "ISO" mode that might be more helpful, as it would simply create a single iso file that is decrypted....you could then mount the image in alcohol or poweriso and it would see it as a virtual DVD disc.
Check out what players (computer, DLNA server, and/or CE) you're wanting to use, and which lossless format they support. While it's certainly possible to generate one from the other, probably better to use whichever is going to be most easy for you.

If you are interested in BR now or down the road, be aware very little plays BR ISOs because the BR licensing really cracked down on that. They had to accept the AVCHD format, because so many HD camcorders use that.

Given all the advice I've gotten from both of you on OC'ing, please feel free to PM questions!

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Yeah I'm gonna have to shoot some pm's myself as this is exactly what I plan on using my home server/HTPC/dedicated folding rig for. Basically transfer my massive DVD and Bluray collection to it and play then from it. My tv is DLNA compatible already so I might see how to take advantage of that aspect at least. Thanks for the info.

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Anyone run corsair vengeance 4GB modules on this board? Got a set on the way this week. Not expecting much out of them other than rated specs but of course I'll try and push them
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I'm interested on how well they perform too. Also how they compare to dominator's and dominator's GT's. Please let us know when you get them.

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I don't expect them to compare to my dominator's timing wise....these that I have now run c6 1600 and c7 2000 speeds....all while doing ridiculously low voltage. The vengeance modules are only rated or 1600 C9 1.5v, but I've seen reviews where they push them to 7-8-7 with a little more voltage. I only need them to run at 1600 for daily use, but I'll see how far they can go for those who are interested.
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Has anyone run the newer SATA3 SSD's (Vertex 3) off of this board. Was wondering what you got for benchmarks? What controller did you use (Marvell or Intel)?
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^^^I wouldn't run much more than a crucial/micron C300. The Marvel controller is ****. Especially in the writes department. I'd recommend using the SATA III ports only if you need extra storage for HDD's
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^^^I wouldn't run much more than a crucial/micron C300. The Marvel controller is ****. Especially in the writes department. I'd recommend using the SATA III ports only if you need extra storage for HDD's
That's what I've heard. Was wondering what, if anybody, are really getting. Doesn't it suck that one of the reasons I got this board was for SATA3 and it doesn't work. (on any X58 board) Who's to blame here? Intel? Marvell? Does USB3 work to full bandwidth? This sounds like false advertising on someones part.
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That's what I've heard. Was wondering what, if anybody, are really getting. Doesn't it suck that one of the reasons I got this board was for SATA3 and it doesn't work. (on any X58 board) Who's to blame here? Intel? Marvell? Does USB3 work to full bandwidth? This sounds like false advertising on someones part.
Makes me glad I have the RevoDrive which is PCIe SSD
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