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post #1481 of 9900
Just got my Crosshair V yesterday, sent a request to join the club
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If you set SATA 1-4 to raid and then set SATA 1, 2 to raid 0 for your SSD's then SATA 3, 4 will default to AHCI unless you set them to raid
If you have optic drives they should be in SATA 5 and/or 6 and set to IDE
Honest to goodness, Tweeky, for someone so young you sure do know a lot! Thanks much.

As you know, my Mom would never let me play with RAID when I was little, so all this is new to me.

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RAID is the fastest thing available at this time that why all new motherboard have raid as an option
You must really, really be enjoying this. Me using RAID now. Hah! While you got the knife in, you might as well twist it, eh?

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Ports 3-4 will run in RAID mode or Non-RAID mode, either way it doesn't matter. Modern SATA controllers allow lone HDDs to work perfectly fine in RAID mode next to RAID SSDs or visa versa.
Thanks, ALUCARDVPR, I needed that. (I guess you knew I'd have trouble trusting the Tweekster, him being a RAID fanatic and all that.

Sincere thanks to all. Typical of what we got here on OCN: No Nonsense Solutions to Problems and Intelligent How To's
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Just got my Crosshair V yesterday, sent a request to join the club
You need to post your validation link in THIS thread. That's why there is a place on the form you filled out to "Link to Submission Post on OCN".
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Tried that, didnt work...

edit: Put back the adapter, everything is working fine... guess UEFI doesn't like just DVI
your monitor may have a set up menu that will allow you to change input settings
    
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post #1486 of 9900
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If you set SATA 1-4 to raid and then set SATA 1, 2 to raid 0 for your SSD's then SATA 3, 4 will default to AHCI unless you set them to raid
If you have optic drives they should be in SATA 5 and/or 6 and set to IDE
So for the reverse -- a single SSD and 3+ SATA disks in RAID -- would I still want to put the SSD on SATA 1, and my optical on 5 or 6? Or does it really make a difference because the controller will figure out the single SSD device and default it to AHCI as long as the port is set to RAID in BIOS?

And then here is the real kicker: what if I decide to RAID 10 with 4 disks, will I need to utilize the 7th Asmedia SATA port which I believe is not getting very favorable feedback?
post #1487 of 9900
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As you know, my Mom would never let me play with RAID when I was little,
Ah, good one. Keep the Raid from the little kids.

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You must really, really be enjoying this. Me using RAID now. Hah! While you got the knife in, you might as well twist it, eh?
Add lemon juice to knife first...
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Edited by ALUCARDVPR - 8/12/11 at 10:19pm
post #1490 of 9900
Work Fine my PC ROG CVF 990FX ... Extreme game on Dirt3 and BFBC2. LOAD GAME is 49-50C.

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