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thanks i used my other email. and im learning how to post my bios settings now
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GIGABYTE GA-X58A-UD7

MB Intelligent Tweaker(M.I.T.)

> Advanced Frequency Settings [Press Enter]

CPU Clock Ratio............................: 21x
CPU Frequency ........................(GHz): 4200
> Advanced CPU Core Features [Press Enter]

Intel(R) Turbo Boost Tech..................: turbo 
CPU Cores Enabled..........................: all
CPU Multi Threading........................: enabled
CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E)....................: disabled
C3/C6/C7 State Support.....................: disabled
CPU Thermal Monitor........................: enabled
CPU EIST Function..........................: enabled
Bi-Directional PROCHOT.....................: enabled

QPI Clock Ratio............................: auto
QPI Link Speed........................(GHz): 7.20
Uncore Clock Ratio.........................: auto
Uncore Frequency......................(MHz): 3800
>>>>> Standard Clock Control
Base Clock(BCLK) Control...................: enabled
BCLK Frequency(MHz)........................: 200
Extreme Memory Profile(X.M.P.).............: disabled
System Memory Multiplier (SPD).............: 8.0
Memory Frequency(MHz)......................: 1600
PCI Express Frequency(MHz).................:100
>>>>> Advanced Clock Control
CPU Clock Drive (mV).......................: 700mv
PCI Express Clock Drive (mV)...............: 700mv
CPU Clock Skew (ps)........................: 700mv
IOH Clock Skew (ps)........................: 700mv

> Advanced Memory Settings [Press Enter]

Extreme Memory Profile(X.M.P.).............: disabled
System Memory Multiplier (SPD).............: 8.0
Memory Frequency(MHz)......................: 1600
Performance Enhance........................: turbo
DRAM Timing Selectable (SPD)...............: expert
Profile DDR Voltage........................: 
Profile QPI Voltage........................: 
Channel Interleaving.......................: 
Rank Interleaving..........................: 
>>>>> Channel A, B, & C
> Channel A, B, & C Timing Settings [Press Enter]

>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Standard Timing Control
Cas Latency Time...........................: 7
tRCD.......................................: 8
tRP........................................: 7
tRAS.......................................: 20
>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Advanced Timing Control
tRC........................................: 
tRRD ......................................: 
tWTR ......................................: 
tWR........................................: 
tWTP.......................................: 
tWL........................................: 
tRFC.......................................: 
tRTP.......................................: 
tFAW.......................................: 
Command Rate (CMD) ........................: 
>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Misc Timing Control
B2B CAS Delay..............................: 
Round Trip Latency.........................: 

> Channel A, B, & C Turnaround Setting [Press Enter]

>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Reads Followed By Reads
Different DIMMs............................: 
Different Ranks............................: 
On The Same Rank...........................: 
>>>>> Channel A, B, & C Writes Followed By Writes
Different DIMMs............................: 
Different Ranks............................: 
On The Same Rank...........................: 

> Advanced Voltage Settings [Press Enter]

>>> CPU
LoadLine Calibration.......................: level 1
CPU Vcore..................................: auto
xDynamic Vcore(DVID).......................: auto
QPI/VTT Voltage............................: auto
CPU PLL....................................: auto
>>> MCH/ICH
PCIE.......................................: 
QPI PLL....................................: 
IOH Core...................................: 
ICH I/O....................................: 
ICH Core...................................: 
>>> Dram
DRAM Voltage...............................: 
DRAM Termination...........................: 
Ch-A Data VRef.............................: 
Ch-B Data VRef.............................: 
Ch-C Data VRef.............................: 
Ch-A Address VRef..........................: 
Ch-B Address VRef..........................: 
Ch-C Address VRef..........................: 

> Miscellaneous Settings [Press Enter]

Isochronous Support........................: 
Virtualization Technology..................: 

LL
Edited by porkchop1337 - 10/11/10 at 9:27am
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Hi all,
im just waiting for my UD7 version 1 to touch down this week.

Im on the prowl for a sandforce ssd which i plan to run on the IHC10R as i hear TRIM isnt suported by the marvel 9128,otherwise id choose the c300 ssd from crucial.

Im looking at either ocz or corsair as i hear they both have good customer service and are both quite good price(60gb for boot)
I have also heard that there can be problems with sandforce ssd' on certain motherboards and sometimes a bios update can resolve this.

What im wondering is if anyone can alert me of any known problems with the UD7 v1 and ssd,or recommend me a certain drive(state reason for recommending).


Id rather ask than buy one and have untold problems,rep for help

EDIT:

Speaking of TRIM,whats GC? is it like trim but on marvel? is it an alternative that could mean i could get a Crucial C300 and use it in sata3 with a TRIM equivalent?

Edited by superj1977 - 10/11/10 at 4:08am
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Edited by porkchop1337 - 10/11/10 at 9:04am
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GC is garbage collection. There are many of us useing C300 on marvell without trim, and we have no problems. If my drive slows down from lack of trim and i can just reattach it to ICH10R and run force trim, but you can just format 2 times a year and you will have no slow down.
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GC is garbage collection. There are many of us useing C300 on marvell without trim, and we have no problems. If my drive slows down from lack of trim and i can just reattach it to ICH10R and run force trim, but you can just format 2 times a year and you will have no slow down.
Hmm,thanks for the reply.
Been having a look around today and did find out about garbage collection and from what ive seen its not very good as opposed to TRIM as it only runs when your idle.

At the moment im thinking just buy an OCZ vertex2 60gb and run it on the intel chipset,no worrying about having to change sata cables over to run TRIM.

Am i right in thinking that the only advantage of buying the c300 and connecting via the marvel chip is the read speed is higher? or are seek time improved as well?
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no seek is acutally a little worse, the intel controller is gold, the marvell bronze. but the sequential read speed is huge. Windows boots programs loads stuff where large files are loaded is faster, as well as small ones. write speeds are your only problem withteh c300, not so much withthe 128 and 256 but yes with teh 64. I have the 64 and istill love it. BTW trim is there to improve write speeds has almost nothing to do with read.
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Originally Posted by superj1977 View Post
Hi all,
im just waiting for my UD7 version 1 to touch down this week.

Im on the prowl for a sandforce ssd which i plan to run on the IHC10R as i hear TRIM isnt suported by the marvel 9128,otherwise id choose the c300 ssd from crucial.

Im looking at either ocz or corsair as i hear they both have good customer service and are both quite good price(60gb for boot)
I have also heard that there can be problems with sandforce ssd' on certain motherboards and sometimes a bios update can resolve this.

What im wondering is if anyone can alert me of any known problems with the UD7 v1 and ssd,or recommend me a certain drive(state reason for recommending).


Id rather ask than buy one and have untold problems,rep for help

EDIT:

Speaking of TRIM,whats GC? is it like trim but on marvel? is it an alternative that could mean i could get a Crucial C300 and use it in sata3 with a TRIM equivalent?
OCZ and Corsair do have very good support - OCZ the better of the two, IMHO.

As long as you use the latest bios, you won't have any problems with the Sandforce SSD (they were getting a SMART error on earlier versions).

GC stands for Garbage Collection and runs on the SSD at a lower level than TRIM. TRIM isn't supported in RAID configs (yet) and so GC cleans up the drives when configured that way. It would also work on the Marvell port too if the SSD supports it.
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OCZ and Corsair do have very good support - OCZ the better of the two, IMHO.

As long as you use the latest bios, you won't have any problems with the Sandforce SSD (they were getting a SMART error on earlier versions).

GC stands for Garbage Collection and runs on the SSD at a lower level than TRIM. TRIM isn't supported in RAID configs (yet) and so GC cleans up the drives when configured that way. It would also work on the Marvell port too if the SSD supports it.
You said It would also work on the Marvell port too if the SSD supports it

What? TRIM works over marvel as long as the ssd supports TRIM?
I didnt know that the marvel chip supports TRIM,you sure?

If thats the case then which sata3 sdd support TRIM that are small size(60-80gb) small because of price.

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You said It would also work on the Marvell port too if the SSD supports it

What? TRIM works over marvel as long as the ssd supports TRIM?
I didnt know that the marvel chip supports TRIM,you sure?

If thats the case then which sata3 sdd support TRIM that are small size(60-80gb) small because of price.

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"It" meaning GC.
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