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post #1051 of 3000
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Quick question fellas, what are you guys using to monitor your CPU's temps?

I tried RealTemp, but it gave me completely different numbers than the ones I was seeing in UEFI.
I use two different programs. CPUID Hardware Monitor and Core Temp. Core temp is nice because it also has a windows gadget which I use. Also make sure the Real Temp is the most up to date version.

here is the up to date Real Temp http://www.mediafire.com/?n99nq4kn95u6i6a
or go here if you do not trust direct links http://www.overclock.net/downloads/3...l#post12128021

HWM - http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html

Core Temp - http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/
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Hey frank you got any ideas to help me out? I'm having round two of the EXACT same issue!
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Hey frank you got any ideas to help me out? I'm having round two of the EXACT same issue!
Damn. Just read your last few posts. I would, get a plane ticket, fly to Asus head quarters, walk in, and just start smashing stuff up with a baseball bat until you are escorted to jail.

Only thing I could say to try different is try and boot it up with the ram set at 1333mhz. Try all the stuff before. Cmos reset. etc. Also what BIOS are you running. Try reinstalling windows yet? Try pressing the Mem Ok button. Try punching your wife. If it's freezing going into windows maybe the windows install is bad. Try reinstalling windows. Maybe the HDD is junk. If your moving around in UEFI fine and then it's locking up going into windows it may not be a mobo issue.
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I use two different programs. CPUID Hardware Monitor and Core Temp. Core temp is nice because it also has a windows gadget which I use. Also make sure the Real Temp is the most up to date version.

here is the up to date Real Temp http://www.mediafire.com/?n99nq4kn95u6i6a
or go here if you do not trust direct links http://www.overclock.net/downloads/3...l#post12128021

HWM - http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html

Core Temp - http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/
Nice!.

Thanks for the help mate.

+rep.
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Sorry guys, just a quick shameless bump as I want to be careful with this as RMA is out of question for me for quite some time.(I have to send the board back to the UK from Australia and wait, which I cannot not do)

Here is my question a few pages back:

"Okay you guys have been beyond helpful, I truly appreciate it, I'm about to shut down the computer, can you guys tell me the following.

Where should I put my Intel SSD drive, which one Intel Sata(Grey?) 3 6gb port or Dark Blue Marvell?

My Raid 0 Setup, again which Sata Port Marvell or Intel?

I was thinking of SSD on the Intel Sata 3 6gb and Raid 0 Setup on the Marvel Controller, sound like a good plan?

Thanks."
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Sorry guys, just a quick shameless bump as I want to be careful with this as RMA is out of question for me for quite some time.(I have to send the board back to the UK from Australia and wait, which I cannot not do)

Here is my question a few pages back:

"Okay you guys have been beyond helpful, I truly appreciate it, I'm about to shut down the computer, can you guys tell me the following.

Where should I put my Intel SSD drive, which one Intel Sata(Grey?) 3 6gb port or Dark Blue Marvell?

My Raid 0 Setup, again which Sata Port Marvell or Intel?

I was thinking of SSD on the Intel Sata 3 6gb and Raid 0 Setup on the Marvel Controller, sound like a good plan?

Thanks."
Iirc It is only the Intel 3Gbps SATA ports that have the problem.
So you are fine putting them in the 6Gbps ports or in the Marvell SATA ports.

EDIT: so if you want to raid SATA3 ssd's just use the intel 6Gbps ports (I think).
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Hmm, Well I was thinking of using the Intel Port that isn't affected due to it being SATA 3 and not 2, for the SSD.

The Marvel port could be used to hold my 2 HDD's in Raid 0, I think that is the best course of action.

However I need some confirmation, thanks for your help Samstaee.
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Hmm, Well I was thinking of using the Intel Port that isn't affected due to it being SATA 3 and not 2, for the SSD.

The Marvel port could be used to hold my 2 HDD's in Raid 0, I think that is the best course of action.

However I need some confirmation, thanks for your help Samstaee.
Put your RAID 0 on the intel SATA6G ports. Save optical drives for the Marvell controller or even just put them on the SATA3G intel since they're non-critical.

EDIT- I guess you have an SSD and RAID. I would probably want the SSD on the intel 6G port, for sure. So you'll have to use Marvell for the HDD raid.
Edited by Sheyster - 2/4/11 at 11:29am
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The marvell Raid 0 writes kinda suck compared to what they are on the intel ports.
I'd raid 0 on intel and SSD on marvell. Unless you have a crucial C300 SSD.

Also I'm not even sure you'd be able to connect your optical drive on marvel. The manual says it's for data drives only. ATAPI drives are not supported. But I wouldn't worry connecting optical drives on the faulty sata 2 to 5 though
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Yeah I pretty much do not care about the optical drive, believe it or not the raid-o set up is more important to me.

Due to it having my steam collection, however from what I understand this only degrades performance, so when I notice I can copy over my files to a back up drive.

I have nothing important on either drive I keep that on my back up drives, multiple copies to boot in case of one back up drive failing.

Thanks guys for all the help, I truly appreciate it for taking your time and helping me out.
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