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post #4921 of 9900
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Originally Posted by ga1ve1an View Post

Ok, This post is for all my fellow Crosshair V Z users. (Crosshair V may apply also) I have a question regarding a raid 0 setup. I recently purchased two 256gb Samsung 840 pros to play with, updated their firmware first before anything else and then configured these in Raid 0 on the Crosshair v z 950 SB. Port 0 and port 1 are being used. I can not get windows 8 to install on these in a raid setup. I am pretty good at troubleshooting and eventually fixing things, but this one is putting up quite a challenge.

I had previously two 128gb vertex 4 in raid 0 on these exact ports running with no problems. Played with those for a little bit and will be selling those on ebay now that I confirmed the 840 pros are good. Thing is these Samsung wont work in raid 0. I can install windows to them each separately so the drives work and there are not any problems. I have them setup right now with one with windows, and the second for programs. But if I try to get them in a Raid 0 array from the board the windows install will stop at 2-6% as it is copying installation files over. Both drives are then in a frozen state and I have to use samsung's dos secure erase program to remove the power connector to each drive for a few seconds and then secure erase. They are then working again. Learned this through speaking with a Samsung rep.

I have to believe the problem is somewhere in the configuration of the raid array through the raid rom since the vertex 4 worked fine. Something in the array setup is causing the 840 pros to be configured in a corrupt way or causing them to get in a frozen state once the installation files begin to write to the array (especially since I have seen others with 840 pros successfully in raid 0). The options when setting up the raid array are as follows

Stripe size - 64k, 128k, 256k    64
Gigabyte Boundary - On, Off   on
Fast Initialization - On, None    fast
Sector Size - 512, 1024, 2048, 4096  4096 or 1024
Read cache - read ahead, read back  ahead
Write - write through, write back   back
I am sure it isn't the stripe size, or gigabyte boundary. I tried an install with fast Initialization on and off since it wipes the MBR when it is on, I figured it might be corrupting something. Haven't played with the different read cache and write back policies yet, only because I know that can effect performance changing them from the default. Only thing left is the sector size. Problem is I don't know what that does. I am hoping some other users here might have two 840 pros in raid 0 and what their configuration is.

I am on the latest 1302 bios for the CHVZ, I have also tried the Raid drivers from asus before the install to see if that helped. It didn't. Any suggestions and for those that do have 840 pros in raid 0 can you give some idea of what you configured during the array creation. Thanx a lot!!

try to install windows 7 on the 840's in raid 0

 

when installing windows 8 install all the raid drivers for windows 8


Edited by Tweeky - 2/2/13 at 10:43am
    
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post #4922 of 9900
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1/ Raid Rom: Unsure, im using the latest (1703) bios
2/ Driver: 3.3.1540.35
3/ RAIDXpert: 4.2.3.0625

Per Disk

Write Cache Enabled
NCQ Enabled

First Pic

RAIDXpert: Read Ahead / Write Back
Windows: "Enable write caching on the device" checked

Second Pic

RAIDXpert: No Cache / Write Through
Windows: "Enable write caching on the device" checked

Your Bios has the last RAID ROM known, ver.3.3.1540.17.

I would keep "No read Cache"/ Write Back". Write back increases 4K writes QD1 as Intel Controllers were doing so far.

Read Ahead would have great practical impact if we were talking about Hardware Raid Cards like LSI 9260 etc.
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post #4924 of 9900
gentlemen... im thinking in buying the crosshair v formula z, however im having some doubts regarding temperatures and size

im currently with a sabertooth 990fx with a 8150 overclocked to 4.7ghz with 1.40v.... with power saving features (C6, Cool n' quiet, C1E) on, LLC on auto, cpu/nb 2600mhz...

temps on cpu: idle 8ºC
temps on cpu: full load 54ºC TOPS

temps on socket: idle 30ºC
temps on socket: full load 55ºC

temps on motherboard: idle 24ºC
temps on motherboard: full load 30ºC

all this info, were obtained from CPU-ID HWMonitor

so, my first series of questions will be:

1- How much will the temperatures vary with a CVF-Z?
2- Are the Northbridge and Southbridge heatsinks made of the same material as the Sabertooth's??? (im pretty sure that the sabertooth's are like a ceramic and aluminum alloy)

Now regarding size...

My setup includes a CoolerMaster HAF932 Advanced

according to the motherboard layout, a crossfire should be assembled with the FIRST and the THIRD pci-e slots, but they are pretty far away from each other

here are the new questions

1- will a gigabyte windforce 3 7970 crossfire fit on my case?
2- will the second gpu clash with the psu?? (it is in the bottom of the case)
     
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Originally Posted by shampoo911 View Post

gentlemen... im thinking in buying the crosshair v formula z, however im having some doubts regarding temperatures and size

im currently with a sabertooth 990fx with a 8150 overclocked to 4.7ghz with 1.40v.... with power saving features (C6, Cool n' quiet, C1E) on, LLC on auto, cpu/nb 2600mhz...

temps on cpu: idle 8ºC
temps on cpu: full load 54ºC TOPS

temps on socket: idle 30ºC
temps on socket: full load 55ºC

temps on motherboard: idle 24ºC
temps on motherboard: full load 30ºC

all this info, were obtained from CPU-ID HWMonitor

so, my first series of questions will be:

1- How much will the temperatures vary with a CVF-Z?
if all the same except motherboard then temp will be less +- 2c different

2- Are the Northbridge and Southbridge heatsinks made of the same material as the Sabertooth's??? (im pretty sure that the sabertooth's are like a ceramic and aluminum alloy)
 
the heat sink are almost the same in cooling

Now regarding size...

My setup includes a CoolerMaster HAF932 Advanced

according to the motherboard layout, a crossfire should be assembled with the FIRST and the THIRD pci-e slots, but they are pretty far away from each other

here are the new questions

1- will a gigabyte windforce 3 7970 crossfire fit on my case?
if the 7970 fit on the sabertooth in the HAF932 then it will fit ch5z in the HAF932
 
2- will the second gpu clash with the psu?? (it is in the bottom of the case)
if the 7970 worked on the psu in the HAF932 then it will work ch5z in the HAF932
 
    
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post #4926 of 9900
fair enough for me... now the crosshair is on the shopping cart... thx for the quick answer... rep!
     
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Wondering if anyone at all can help me out here...I'm a little bothered by the issue I'm having now...I just recently put together a computer with this board, and the first few days everything was going great....but now, whenever I play a game or browse the internet...one of two things occur...either the mouse and keyboard stop working (lights are still on) and I have to "click" a button on the mouse in order to continue playing (happens every 20-30 seconds)...or, during some games, it will just take me directly to the desktop mid-game and I have to click on the game to resume playing (similar to if you crtl-esc or ctrl-alt-del out of a game)... even as I type this message every few seconds the keyboard stops working and I have to "click" in the msg box to continue writing...its almost as if everything sporadically goes to sleep until i click again to make it active...Please someone help me...
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post #4928 of 9900

all hardware should be set to default first

check all of your energy saving settings bios and windows turn them off

pull up control panel go to device manager and check for any yellow marks and fix it

all power connectors attached properly

check that mouse and keyboard have only one cable attracted

is sound and or net card attached

go to Microsoft information and check for errors - msinfo.exe

go to Microsoft dxdiag.exe and check for errors

monitor temperatures for heat

update bios and all drivers


Edited by Tweeky - 2/2/13 at 9:52pm
    
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post #4929 of 9900
OK so I got my crosshair v z mobo back from an rma. I tried to boot my 7950 with. 7970 BIOS and it wont even post or boot. But stock BIOS will. But yet on my regular crosshair v I was using it ran my 7950s fine.with modded BIOS.
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thanks...im going to gie it a shot...btw...should I also update my motherboard's bios? I'm at 1101 if i'm not mistaken..what's the most stable bios to update to? thanks in advance
Edited by AsanteSoul - 2/3/13 at 6:18am
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