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Edited by Badness - 8/13/11 at 12:03am
 
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post #1492 of 9900
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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?
Use the Asmedia connector (7th connector) for your optic drive. This leaves all 6 of the primary SATA connectors to configure as needed.

You will have to enable the Asmedia in BIOS.

You will have to enable the boot ROM if you need to boot from optic drive.

If you do not need to boot from the optic drive then leave the boot ROM disabled.
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post #1493 of 9900
Hi
i'll be happy to join the club if you accept me
Cpu: 1090T

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1950725

Since i've just upgraded from Crosshair IV, i haven't tested it for 24hours. 1 hour Prime95 stable for now.
As soon as i install my watercooling system, i'm going to post a 24hours stable score.
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OK... All installed, up and running. Just one small item that honestly has me all stumped up right now. Was hoping someone could point out my noobiness here.

I have 3 HDD's installed. On SATA ports 1 & 3 I have two WD Black 640Gb's which I use in a RAID0 configuration. On SATA port 5 I have a WD Green 1.5Tb HDD which I use for backups and storing my music and such. SATA port 6 has my DVD.

RAID is set up just fine. I have ports 5-6 as IDE's (just as I did on my CH4F). Within BIOS and Win 7 I can see my RAID array and DVD. My WD Green HDD I can only see in BIOS, not Windows 7 and therefore have no access to it. Any Idea's why? The only thing I can think of is that I used one of the SATA 6Gb cables that came with the mobo to connect that 3Gb HDD. Could it be that?
post #1495 of 9900
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I have 3 HDD's installed. On SATA ports 1 & 3 I have two WD Black 640Gb's which I use in a RAID0 configuration. On SATA port 5 I have a WD Green 1.5Tb HDD which I use for backups and storing my music and such. SATA port 6 has my DVD.

RAID is set up just fine. I have ports 5-6 as IDE's (just as I did on my CH4F). Within BIOS and Win 7 I can see my RAID array and DVD. My WD Green HDD I can only see in BIOS, not Windows 7 and therefore have no access to it. Any Idea's why? The only thing I can think of is that I used one of the SATA 6Gb cables that came with the mobo to connect that 3Gb HDD. Could it be that?
Plug your WD Green into port 4 and simply keep your existing array setup as is.

I have three intel 40g ssd's as raid 0, my port 4 is a 2tb seagate. I have port five empty and six as my DVD. No problems (although it did take me four install attempts to get my raid setup right).

Hope this works for you, too.
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Plug your WD Green into port 4 and simply keep your existing array setup as is.

I have three intel 40g ssd's as raid 0, my port 4 is a 2tb seagate. I have port five empty and six as my DVD. No problems (although it did take me four install attempts to get my raid setup right).

Hope this works for you, too.
Thanks. I'll give it a whirl. I had my RIAD on the fisrt attempt... we must be on oppsoite sides of the world. Will come back with results.
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Thanks. I'll give it a whirl. I had my RIAD on the fisrt attempt... we must be on oppsoite sides of the world. Will come back with results.
... or go to Disk Management and check it there. You may need to assign a drive letter for it
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... or go to Disk Management and check it there. You may need to assign a drive letter for it
Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh..... DISK MANAGER... of course! Thanks. That was it. Been a long time since I used Disk Man. Since my RAID came up all on it's own, I thought the backup disk would too.
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Use the Asmedia connector (7th connector) for your optic drive.
Exactly what I was thinking. At least two people think this is a good solution then.


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You will have to enable the boot ROM if you need to boot from optic drive.

If you do not need to boot from the optic drive then leave the boot ROM disabled.
Good info. Missed that in the manual, thanx for pointing it out.
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