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i've never had a problem using ports 1 and 2 on either my DFI or Asus boards
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i'm looking for the Marvell SATA PHY Drivers, anyone got them? as i tried re-installing windows on SATA 3 and SATA 4 Raid 0 but didn't find the drivers neither with the floppy provided!!

P.S when i tried overclocking i increased the VCore to the max (as it was before changing the hard drivers to SATA)

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i've never had a problem using ports 1 and 2 on either my DFI or Asus boards
Could be that the NF3 chipset has this flaw, you are using the NF4 chipset
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windows booted up on ports 3 and 4 without the use of formatting, so no data loss and the hassel of restoring backups managed to overclock to 2.71Ghz too and system is working fine 10x all ppl..
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windows booted up on ports 3 and 4 without the use of formatting, so no data loss and the hassel of restoring backups managed to overclock to 2.71Ghz too and system is working fine 10x all ppl..
Yes well i thought that swapping ports would have no affect on Windows Because it never has any effect on me as such..Its good to see you have gotten the Overclock you wanted.
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