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Originally Posted by SadistBlinx View Post
In my bios settings i can select any clock speed for my ram currently (1600, 1333, 1066 etc), im just worryd about the IMC on the cpu i don't think i have to raise bclk to sync a 2000mhz set because i can just mess around with the multipliers because its all unlocked in my bios (correct me if im wrong) i know little about system Memory and appreciate any input in regards to it. I'm more of a gpu hardware guy
Ill let someone else chim in but I'm pretty sure you have to overclock the bclk just to get to 2000mhz. But my point really is you won't notice a difference.
 
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Ill let someone else chim in but I'm pretty sure you have to overclock the bclk just to get to 2000mhz. But my point really is you won't notice a difference.
I do alot of HD rendering that uses around 90% of my memory along with 100% of my cpu cores, maybe ill just upgrade to 24gb down the track when it gets cheap i guess.
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post #1773 of 3826
well if you render alot then maybe

http://benchmarkreviews.com/index.ph...1&limitstart=4

that shows some benches

games at high res have no effect really -- rendering does though
 
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I have a question about the Gigabyte SATA controller.

I have 2 drives in RAID 1 attached to the Gigabyte SATA controller. The OS is Windows 7 Pro.

How do I monitor the health of the drives, look at SMART error counts etc?

The Gigabyte Raid Configurer (v 1.17.59) in Windows lists the drives but has no place to show SMART errors. Other Windows utilities (like HDTune) aee the volume as 1 disk and cannot read SMART from individual drives that are being controlled by the RAID bios before Windows loads up.

How do I look at the health of my RAIDed drives?

Thanks.
Aloke
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I have a question about the Gigabyte SATA controller.

I have 2 drives in RAID 1 attached to the Gigabyte SATA controller. The OS is Windows 7 Pro.

How do I monitor the health of the drives, look at SMART error counts etc?

The Gigabyte Raid Configurer (v 1.17.59) in Windows lists the drives but has no place to show SMART errors. Other Windows utilities (like HDTune) aee the volume as 1 disk and cannot read SMART from individual drives that are being controlled by the RAID bios before Windows loads up.

How do I look at the health of my RAIDed drives?

Thanks.
Aloke
If your Drives are in Raid I believe all HDD programs will look at them as one drive.

As far as RAM speed I have seen over 2800 MHz.
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I have a question about the Gigabyte SATA controller.

I have 2 drives in RAID 1 attached to the Gigabyte SATA controller. The OS is Windows 7 Pro.

How do I monitor the health of the drives, look at SMART error counts etc?

The Gigabyte Raid Configurer (v 1.17.59) in Windows lists the drives but has no place to show SMART errors. Other Windows utilities (like HDTune) aee the volume as 1 disk and cannot read SMART from individual drives that are being controlled by the RAID bios before Windows loads up.

How do I look at the health of my RAIDed drives?

Thanks.
Aloke
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Hello again,

Back with my old issue with the Blue screens after each shut down.
I just tested the ram the whole weekend without shutting down the PC and there where no errors.
Lynx ran 20 passes without an error.
Shut down the pc this morning and went to work.
Came back 20 min ago and started the pc.
Blue screen in windows.
Reboot and started memtest. Instant 50 error on first test.
Reboot and removed 1 stick of RAM. Memtest again and 400 erros in 2 min.
Reboot and removed 1 more stick. Memtest again and no error after 10 min.

Reboot and added the 2 removed sticks. Memtest again and no errors for 20 min.

Booted up windows and all is well .

I would think it's either the UD7 or the PSU.
Any suggestions ?

THX in advance.
Any tips anyone ? (
Should I just go ahead and take the board and the psu in to service or do you guys have any other suggestions???
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Any tips anyone ? (
Should I just go ahead and take the board and the psu in to service or do you guys have any other suggestions???
It sounds like a transient memory issue. You probably need to find some different memory and try it for a while. The problem with any 'transient' electronic issues is they can often not be duplicated and so they are very hard to pin-down.

The other option is to remove one stick of your memory and run the computer (on-off cycles) until you BSOD again. If you get another BSOD then remove a different stick of memory and put the other one back in and do the same as above until you are able to isolate which stick is causing the transient issue.
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post #1779 of 3826
Hi,

Just picked up X58A-UD7 on eBay. NCIX.com open Box auction for $269!

I was wondering what you guys think:

I have 8 GIGs Corsair CMD4GX3M2A1600C8 8-8-8-24 1.65V VERSION 5.2

Ofcourse I want 12 gigs and I found on ebay 4 Gigs of this mem except the timming is 8-7-8-24. For $140 open box

I also found on ebay the same mem 4 gigs except it is CMD4GX3M2A1600C9 9-9-9-24 for $69

I would abviously prefere to buy the cheaper.

Is it ok to mix either of these mems wit my current Modules or should I just sell my current modules and start again?

If so what is the best mem for the board?

thanks
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Hi,

Just picked up X58A-UD7 on eBay. NCIX.com open Box auction for $269!

I was wondering what you guys think:

Is it ok to mix either of these mems wit my current Modules or should I just sell my current modules and start again?

thanks
You can mix the same memory, but it will slow ALL of the memory to whatever the slowest speed is in the set.
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