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Originally Posted by dvanderslice;13200465 
I'm curious about the setting in the bios under Integrated Peripherals, you can either choose Native or Legacy IDE, I've never been sure of what that actually does.

The reason i'm curious is that ever since I've had this board just at random times, sometimes it could be a month before it happens again, i get a complete freeze of the system when accessing multimedia files from a specific hard drive. At first I thought it was the GPU but the more I read I found that it had to do with the Intel Rapid Storage Tech software. I have all my drives in AHCI on the Intel controller except an ODD on the Gigabyte one in IDE. I installed the drivers manually without the Intel software by using the extraction switches they have in the embedded info file (so that you don't need to install their software)... but yet I still get these lockups. Next I felt it was the HDD but there is nothing wrong with it, i've done every test in the book. It doesn't matter what media player I use, what FFDShow filter version, if it's running using DirectX over the GPU or using just the CPU, etc. I see they released new drivers for this SATA controller but its still the same thing as it just happened before I figured i'd write to you guys. Though sometimes the GPU recovers...and I get that error message that the video driver failed and its recovered (which is why I spent all my time concentrating on the GPU) but it doesn't matter what GPU I have in or if they are in SLI or not. I've swapped out the GPU with another completely different make and brand (ATI). I've tried it without SLI. Tried each of the Nvidia GPUs I have in SLI by themselves. About every driver known to man. Only thing I haven't tried is a different OS as it's hard to reproduce the problem.

So anyways I'm wondering if perhaps there is something that i'm missing in the bios. Or perhaps I should just use the Standard AHCI controller driver that windows gives as a generic to all the Sata controllers using AHCI. And will this even fix my problem? It's never the system disk that it happens on its always one of the other HDDs I have. So back to my previous question....Maybe one of you guys can help me out if you've seen this issue arise as this is the first time for me after many MANY custom builds and i've tried everything troubleshooting method I know of.

Are you sure the drive or drivers aren't just spending down this happens to me all the time. If I haven't used the drive in 20 minutes or so then when I go to the file it might open one or two folders by cache but when you access a file it take 2 to 3 seconds to access a file. This is very normal and is not a system frezze. Though it apears like a frezze some times even the mouse pauses but its normal. I even tried changing power settings doesn't seem to help cause the files aren't on the primary drive. You might find a way to disable it but its not a big deal.
 
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Originally Posted by NoGuru;13202481 
If your going to invest in a PC like that I would say get this http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813188070&nm_mc=KNC-GoogleKWLess&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleKWLess-_-NA-_-NA-_-NA

That is a tough one. Fill out your system specs the best you can so we can see what we are working with.
I don't have my board so I won't be able to check for you what the two settings do.
Can it be the drive? How much RAM does the best GPU you have tried have?

Thanks for all the answers guys. Well my problem is My 3D scenes need a lot of RAM. So much that even 24 might not be totally enough.

Here are my current setups:
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Gigabyte UD5
Corsair HX850 PSU
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Corsair 12GB ram in all 6 slots
intel 920/930/950 and one 970 processor.

I want to upgrade them to 6 core's with at least 24 GB of ram. Since a good 6 core costs in the neighbourhood of $800 I thougt, why not get a Xeon instead?

I need each machine to have a LOT of ram. 12 did not cut it for my last Archviz project and it needed weeks of optimisations to get it to render. I never want to go through that again so I figured upgrading the RAM could save me a lot of projecttime.

These machines are used for extreme 3D rendering, stuff like this:

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These machines all require to have a lot of RAM since they can't share it.

I have been considering the SR-2 only to find it not interesting enough for animation rendering. A lot of processes in 3D animation like prelighting/baking/preparing/animating the scene run on 1 core processes. This means that in a 1000 frame animation, a preparation time of 30 seconds equates to 8.3 hours of preparation time alone even if actual rendertime is zip. This means that dividing this animation over multiple machines speeds up the process a lot.

The SR2 solution will give me a lot of power, yet the same animation would render 8 hours longer instead of 1 hour on 8 core i7 machines.

I also have to factor in the cost of renderpower. Right now my machines are build to last me years, hence the high quality parts and 1366 platform for maximum RAM. I knew I would eventually need to go max out and since an upgrade is imminent I was trying to figure out how far I could take the platform before I buy whole new machines.

Thank you for thinking along! Guess I will have to contact Gigabyte directly then!
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I guess you do need a ton of RAM. Maybe just test one machine.
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Thread Starter 
hey i posted my X58A-OC review: http://www.overclock.net/intel-motherboards/995921-x58a-oc-review-physical-review.html

if anyone is interested!
Edited by Sin0822 - 4/20/11 at 6:55pm
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Originally Posted by Sin0822;13209186 
hey i posted my X58A-OC review: http://www.overclock.net/intel-motherboards/995921-x58a-oc-review-physical-review.html

if anyone is interested!

Always like your reviews smile.gif
 
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Damn these P45 mobos are hard to find for a right price..

But I managed to find a Gigabyte X58 UD9 brand new,3 years of warranty for just 330$ (here it usually costs over 800$)..

If there wasn't for SandyBridge temptation I would have bought it just like that..

For 1100$ I could get GA-X58 UD9, 6GB triple channel Kingston HyperX 2250MHz and Ci7 970 all brand new..

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dude where did you find UD9 for that price?
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Originally Posted by Sin0822;13216933 
dude where did you find UD9 for that price?

On the net,something like E bay but only in my country..

CHEERS..
     
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Sorry you got skipped over. I'm 99% sure it will fit but you could always ask the techs at MIPS.


thanks man,looks to me very similar but i think i will email just to check.

Just asked here as its likely that if somebody knew,then this is the place to ask.

Cheers.
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A lot of processes in 3D animation like prelighting/baking/preparing/animating the scene run on 1 core processes. This means that in a 1000 frame animation, a preparation time of 30 seconds equates to 8.3 hours of preparation time alone even if actual rendertime is zip. This means that dividing this animation over multiple machines speeds up the process a lot.

Sounds to me also that your software platform is not ideal either mate.. I mean to say it would still be quicker with 1 24gb machine where your utilising all 8 or 12 cores no? Or are you locked in - in that respect.

Otherwise i'm not sure what board tbh but i'd go the whole hog and get a dual xeon board/processor combo with 24/48 gb ram and call it a day. still cheaper than 6 i7's (that aren't being fully utilised mind you)..

Ram is one thing however as implied optimal software that utilises said cores and a 'package' where you have a 16-24 core moster with dual graphics and 48gb ram and you couldn't go wrong..

I'm sure for 5-8 grand or so you'd be on a winner and saving hours no? Or have you looked at it from this perspective / have other limitations / doesn't suite your design workflow ?

Just curious mate because a farm solution doesn't sound ideal in my book when your not utilising the potential.
Edited by gobbo353 - 4/21/11 at 4:35pm
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