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Okay nearing 2 and a half hours now on Prime95, Air condition is on, currently the Highest temp is 69C, who knows what test it is up to now, but surly past test #3.

All have passed since,I think I can easily take off 9C if I only game and watch video, Instead of running Prime

4.4GHZ should be an amazing increase in performance when I compare it to my my Phenom II X4 945@3.0GHZ
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The SPD tab in CPU-Z shows you the information stored on your memory. The memory tab shows you your current speeds.
I so did not know this...

Bookmarked this thread. Should come in handy when my stuff arrives tomorrow.

Edit: Just had a horrible thought. What if my RAM doesn't fit under my CPU heatsink? D:
Edited by Boyboyd - 1/24/11 at 5:10am
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I so did not know this...

Bookmarked this thread. Should come in handy when my stuff arrives tomorrow.

Edit: Just had a horrible thought. What if my RAM doesn't fit under my CPU heatsink? D:
Hehe, should've researched that earlier!

Thats why I bought ram without coolers:>
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Okay nearing 2 and a half hours now on Prime95, Air condition is on, currently the Highest temp is 69C, who knows what test it is up to now, but surly past test #3.

All have passed since,I think I can easily take off 9C if I only game and watch video, Instead of running Prime

4.4GHZ should be an amazing increase in performance when I compare it to my my Phenom II X4 945@3.0GHZ
69C with D-14 and only 4.4GHz? :O

What volt you're on?

I have 2500K and D-14 - 62C after ~8hours p95 small ftts 1.28V 4.5Ghz
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Hehe, should've researched that earlier!

Thats why I bought ram without coolers:>
I know i should have but i really want a working computer. lol. Gotta wait for my 1156 bracket to arrive before i can fit my megahalem onto it anyway.
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I so did not know this...

Bookmarked this thread. Should come in handy when my stuff arrives tomorrow.

Edit: Just had a horrible thought. What if my RAM doesn't fit under my CPU heatsink? D:
It won't, definitely not using a 38mm fan.
My 1st dimm slot is completely blocked with a 25mm fan.

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I know i should have but i really want a working computer. lol. Gotta wait for my 1156 bracket to arrive before i can fit my megahalem onto it anyway.
What bracket did you order?
I had to modify my 775 brackets to fit the 1155.
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It won't, definitely not using a 38mm fan.
My 1st dimm slot is completely blocked with a 25mm fan.

What bracket did you order?
I had to modify my 775 brackets to fit the 1155.
Darn... I cant see a way round this then. Get a taller cooler possibly?

Just a freebie from a member on here. It's the very same 1156 bracket that came with the 2nd revision megahalems. Until it arrives, i'll be running it with the stock cooler.

I do have quiet short RAM though, i'll just have to wait and see. But i'm doubtful.
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This is my first attempt to build my own pc, and I am very confused. I have 4 1tb drives in the white sata 2 slots, and a c300 128 gb ssd in one of the intel sata 3 slots. Everything I read says that I need to create the raid volume before I load the win 7 os. Even though there are 3 different sata controllers on this board, in the advanced bios it seems to be all or nothing when choosing the drive mode. The ssd will only let me load the os in achi mode, but to build the raid volume the wd drives need to be in raid mode. The advanced bios will not let me put the ssd in one mode and the wd drives in another. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Darn... I cant see a way round this then. Get a taller cooler possibly?

Just a freebie from a member on here. It's the very same 1156 bracket that came with the 2nd revision megahalems. Until it arrives, i'll be running it with the stock cooler.

I do have quiet short RAM though, i'll just have to wait and see. But i'm doubtful.
Ah
Standard height ram shouldn't be a problem.

And if you would, post your temps here please.

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This is my first attempt to build my own pc, and I am very confused. I have 4 1tb drives in the white sata 2 slots, and a c300 128 gb ssd in one of the intel sata 3 slots. Everything I read says that I need to create the raid volume before I load the win 7 os. Even though there are 3 different sata controllers on this board, in the advanced bios it seems to be all or nothing when choosing the drive mode. The ssd will only let me load the os in achi mode, but to build the raid volume the wd drives need to be in raid mode. The advanced bios will not let me put the ssd in one mode and the wd drives in another. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Set the controller to raid.

Restart and ctrl+i to enter the matrix, then all you have to do is specify the drives you want in the array.

Since the ssd is not going into an array, ignore it when setting your storage stripes.
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This is my first attempt to build my own pc, and I am very confused. I have 4 1tb drives in the white sata 2 slots, and a c300 128 gb ssd in one of the intel sata 3 slots. Everything I read says that I need to create the raid volume before I load the win 7 os. Even though there are 3 different sata controllers on this board, in the advanced bios it seems to be all or nothing when choosing the drive mode. The ssd will only let me load the os in achi mode, but to build the raid volume the wd drives need to be in raid mode. The advanced bios will not let me put the ssd in one mode and the wd drives in another. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Plug your SSD into one of the white SATA connectors (this is one of the 6GB/s SATA connectors since your SSD is 6GB/s), and your other drives into the white and light blue connectors. Don't use the dark blue connectors for your HDDs unless you have to, (ie. setting up two different RAIDS). The HDDs on the Marvel controller will be very slow by comparison.

Then follow grunion's post by pressing <Ctrl-I> as the computer boots to enter the Intel RAID ROM. Configure the drives the way you want, (ie the C300 as a non member disk), the the 4- TB drives the way you want. If you are going to be setting up two different RAID arrays, you will need to have two of the drives in the dark blue Marvel SATA connectors, and configure them through the Marvel BIOS.
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