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    Should I leave the list combined for both the CHVF and CHVF-Z
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    Seperate the lists
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post #4861 of 9900
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Originally Posted by richie_2010 View Post

would the crosshair v z mb watercooler work on the crosshair v motherboard. the images lok the same just the v-z block has a hole for a capacitor
yes it does. I had to rma my crosshair v z mobo and instead of removing the ek-fb for the chvz I tried it on my regular chv mobo and it works fine.
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Thanks very much, I thought it would but couldn't find anything to say.
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Thanks very much, I thought it would but couldn't find anything to say.
post #4864 of 9900
I did some research on this after reading your post. I concluded that when creating my RAID-0 array, I did not follow allow of the recommendations to the letter. I also came to realize that I was not using AMD RAIDXpert at all to optimize my machine. I'm not sure why I didn't do this sooner, so thanks for making me look. Pay attention to the second pic. If you're already doing this, then you're ahead of the game. I'm not sure I'm leaving performance on the floor so to speak, but likely. Anyway, this is a big step forward for my system. The first picture shows how I was running my machine prior with Read Cache Status disabled.

I threw in an AS-SSD for you. As it turns out, that particular benchmark is not well suited to the OCZ Vertex 3.




Edited by gr8sho - 1/27/13 at 12:52pm
post #4865 of 9900
Just a quick update to let you know I got some feedback from the fellas at OCZ and they've confirmed my Vertex3s are maxed out. This is basically as fast as these drives will run on our boards.
post #4866 of 9900
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Originally Posted by mongoled View Post

Hi!

been searching the net and have not been able to find much information regards peeps running the Crosshair V with 2 SSD's in raid0 config, so will post my results here.

Im using 2 x Samung 840 Pro's 128gb flashed with the latest firmware, latest motherboard bios, latest raid driver.

Im not sure how good these results are or if something is amiss, as the Intel results ive seen in certain benchmarks are quite a bit higher.

This is my first time using an SSD's so may have done something wrong, but I did do my research and set everything up appropriately.


From what I have seen, on Intel rigs, the 4k results in AS SSD and Crystaldiskmark are twice as high.

So am not sure if its something ive done incorrectly or its the limitations of the 990 chipset.

Hope some peeps in the know can comment on these results and hopefully its just something Ive done wrong

Have you disabled Cache buffer flusher and made sure both drives have NCQ Enabled?
If so, you're real close. Might see some benefit from checking items above.
You'll find the method here under the
Optimizations after System Setup:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1156654/seans-windows-7-install-optimization-guide-for-ssds-hdds

Here's a snip from my sig rig with everything still currently running (not a bench) just to give a rough comparison.


I haven't had any time to play with my settings much, been to busy learning the new mobo/cpu but on my previous rig a CHIV with a bios hack to use the 990 chipset drivers I had these same two drives running at these levels. These three show (starting from left) original settings after re-imaging, Disabled Cache buffer flusher than the final was after Enabling NCQ on both drives. I found only one drive setup with this enabled for some reason. I'm hoping to achieve previous results posted above on this new CHV-Z and 8350 as time allows.


Can't compete with Intel on this one by any means drool.gif
 
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post #4867 of 9900
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... Can't compete with Intel on this one by any means drool.gif

Not sure how hung up I am on this comparison point, but how much of a difference do the same drives see on an Intel system? The ATTO benchies seem saturated, whereas the AS-SSD numbers seem to vary significantly. OCZ always based their marketing claims off of ATTO. The other folks that commented on this topic also pointed the finger at AMD.
post #4868 of 9900
Hey everyone, first post here.

Just received my asus crosshair formula v and having some issues getting it up and running. With everything installed the system would not turn on, no fans spinning up, only lights for 3 buttons below bottom pci-e slot and rear cmos button light up. I then removed all case fans, hdd and dvds from the board hookups and power connectors but still change, cpu fan doesnt spin up/wont post. I tested the psu on old system (am2 black edition) and everything works fine there. I am looking for any advise to help get this system up and running, i.e. Are there any known issues that prevent power up?

System build: asus crosshair formula v, amd fx8350, 2*4gb crucial tactical tracer, 650w psu, evga nvidia 660 vid card (also tested with old visiontek radeon 3850 vid card)
post #4869 of 9900
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Originally Posted by Gryft View Post

Hey everyone, first post here.

Just received my asus crosshair formula v and having some issues getting it up and running. With everything installed the system would not turn on, no fans spinning up, only lights for 3 buttons below bottom pci-e slot and rear cmos button light up. I then removed all case fans, hdd and dvds from the board hookups and power connectors but still change, cpu fan doesnt spin up/wont post. I tested the psu on old system (am2 black edition) and everything works fine there. I am looking for any advise to help get this system up and running, i.e. Are there any known issues that prevent power up?

System build: asus crosshair formula v, amd fx8350, 2*4gb crucial tactical tracer, 650w psu, evga nvidia 660 vid card (also tested with old visiontek radeon 3850 vid card)

Welcome.

Did you connect the 4 and 8 PIN power cables for the CPU? Minimally you need the 4 PIN to get 'er going. I chose to populate all possible power connectors on the mainboard.
post #4870 of 9900
Another quick screenshot of AS-SSD I don't think I reran this after I changed settings in RAIDXpert.
From what I gather, the size of the data stripe also plays a role in the benchmark. I'm going to check and will update.
Stripe size is 64k. I'm thinking this was a default setting I wouldn't have wanted to mess with.


as-ssd-bench AMD 2+0 Stripe.R 1.27.2013 10-22-45 PM write caching on and cache flushing disabled
Edited by gr8sho - 1/27/13 at 7:48pm
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