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post #3381 of 9900
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That is correct, it SHOULD be enabled by default. I have two SSDs in a Raid 0 and found one was disabled after the install. You can excess it through RaidXpert found here http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/windows/Pages/raid_windows.aspx
Just something to check, never did figure out why one drive was enabled yet the second one disabled. Here's a snip showing the changes in performance between original setup, disabling cache buffer flusher, than enabling the NCQ.

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Just another datapoint to help those with a single drive configuration. The numbers at the lower data sizes mostly caught my eye because that's where most of the action is. BTW, WEI also went up to 7.8.

Thanks for the tip, really appreciate it.

Cheers
Edited by gr8sho - 2/26/12 at 5:16pm
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well after due consideration and the fact I''ve ran my system through a power calculator a dozen times. I need a new psu.
mine is rated at 1000watts and sadily my system is now pulling 985watts. most likely more as the calculator doesnt count fans and all the other goodies.

system is as follows
amd FX-8150
ASUS Crosshair V Formula
4x4gig G. Skill Ripjawz 2133mhz (9-11-10-28-1t)
2x XFX hd7970 core edition
2x Hitachi 7200rpm 500gb hdds
2x ADATA 60gb ssd
NZXT Sentry LX fan controller
Antec25 H2O 620 dual fans
4x 120mm standard fans
1x 120mm slimline fan
4x 230mm fans

now my calculator I've used puts my power use at 985watts not counting the last 5 items.

my PSU is the XION XON-1000P14F High Performance 1000W Power Supply.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817190030

I think I'm in trouble.
post #3383 of 9900
do you know the manufacturer of that PSU? quality PSUs are more than capable of delivering their rated power. for example my 750W was able to provide 900W without failing. that said, you have an extremely strong rig and a 1200W would probably be suited for it
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how much pow does 2 7970 have to have ?

It might be good to contact XFX and see
here is a good pow supply calc but it did not have 7970's

http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp

other wize this is for you

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817153154

 

 

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well after due consideration and the fact I''ve ran my system through a power calculator a dozen times. I need a new psu.
mine is rated at 1000watts and sadily my system is now pulling 985watts. most likely more as the calculator doesnt count fans and all the other goodies.
system is as follows
amd FX-8150
ASUS Crosshair V Formula
4x4gig G. Skill Ripjawz 2133mhz (9-11-10-28-1t)
2x XFX hd7970 core edition
2x Hitachi 7200rpm 500gb hdds
2x ADATA 60gb ssd
NZXT Sentry LX fan controller
Antec25 H2O 620 dual fans
4x 120mm standard fans
1x 120mm slimline fan
4x 230mm fans
now my calculator I've used puts my power use at 985watts not counting the last 5 items.
my PSU is the XION XON-1000P14F High Performance 1000W Power Supply.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817190030
I think I'm in trouble.


 


Edited by Tweeky - 2/28/12 at 3:30pm
    
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post #3385 of 9900
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well I know xion is the manufacturer I know that according to the calculator each 7970 draws about 375watts. in which case I'm thinking the second I plug that second 7970 in machine isnt gonna boot to well.

Im poking around now for the exact specs from xfx but not finding alot.

ok if I use another power calc I found.
I come up with 937watts total usage thats for everything
minimum psu wattage of 887
now thats using 2 6990 cards I'm assuming these 7970s should be at least a little less then those.
but im not sure

ok nearest I can find a 6990 uses about 450 under full load
a 7970 uses about 323 under full load if I'm right I might just make it under the wire.
if not then im looking at possibly upgrading to this.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151109


aye thats the one I used tweeky and based everything off the 6990s which draw give or take almost 100watts more then a 7970 if I counted right.
Edited by vedaire - 2/28/12 at 3:56pm
post #3386 of 9900
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well I know xion is the manufacturer I know that according to the calculator each 7970 draws about 375watts. in which case I'm thinking the second I plug that second 7970 in machine isnt gonna boot to well.

it looks like super flower makes it...i used phaedrus' calc and came up with 985W with two 7970s and 40% OC on the 8150. i think you should be ok but you might want to keep an eye out for a better PSU
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post #3387 of 9900

i would check with xfx

i don't think 2-crossfire will draw 2 times as much ?

2- 7970 is a big thing i world have a heart to heart talk with xfx

XFX Technical Phone Support in North America please call 800-880-3225 9am - 5pm PST

 


Edited by Tweeky - 2/28/12 at 4:04pm
    
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post #3388 of 9900
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ok just got off the phone with xfx tech support under full load stock 230watts single 460 in crossfire now mind you thats totally stock.
so I might be ok but if not I'll snag that seasonic 1200 watt and then I know I'm good. I'll know more tomorrow. When it arrives and
I get it up and running after I shroud my push fan on my 620 cooler and cut out the case grill behind the exhaust fan.
post #3389 of 9900
So, I haven't really had much time messing around with my new motherboard until the last few days. Today I got a new SSD in the mail and decided to hook it up. Well, two or three seconds into startup it kept on shutting itself back down. Couldn't even get into the BIOS. I had this problem once when I first got the board but it went away with fiddling. Thinking that this was probably just a problem with some cables I decided to do some house cleaning and clean up all the wiring. Nope. She still goes off a few seconds (between 3-10) after turning her on. Now I know it isn't the power supply because I had my old (well not really old... it's pretty new) motherboard and everything was working perfect. Has anyone had this problem?

Thank you.
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hmm unplug the ssd and see if it fires up if so double check the connections to the ssd and try it again if it wont fire up then I'd almost say a bad ssd.
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