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For all of you tldr'ers I have highlighted my main questions in red

I just built the system in my sig and I am wondering if the H70 is doing any good and if it is connected properly - I would hate to ruin my CPU already!

I am in my BIOS, I have not loaded an OS yet, and the hardware monitor has the following readouts. Can someone please tell me if I need to worry about any (specifically the CPU).

CPU Temp (35C/95F)
MB Temp (29C/84F)

(One big concern I have is should my CPU be at 35C with an H70 connected while just sitting in the BIOS? Or should I be expecting lower temps with that? I have my H70 fans blowing air in, but I am willing to try it as exhaust, or any other fan I could use as exhaust (I have one 140mm on top and the rest are 120mm - one on the side, and 2 on the front.) It seems to me I could turn either the top or side fans to exhaust but should I



CPU Fan Speed (~1400)
Power Fan Speed (~1950)
Chassis Fans 1 and 2 speeds - N/A (which is odd because I have fans in every slot, 5 in not counting the back exhaust fan the H70 uses - I am guessing this is because these fans are no actually connected to the mobo in any way?)


VCORE Voltage [1.344V]
3.3V Voltage [3.312V]
5V [5.038V]
12V [12.003V]

CPU Q-Fan Function [Enabled]
CPU Fan Speed Low Limit [200 RPM]
Select Fan Type : [PWM Fan]
CPU Q-Fan Mode [Standard]
Chassis Q-Fan Function [Disabled]

Any tips anyone has would be great, I do plan to OC this thing.
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Its normal, you dont have to worry
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I just finished a comp for a friend, same cpu and mobo, Prolimatech cooler. Same CPU temp in BIOS
I'm testing it @ 4.125GHz right now
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And the temp is staying at that level even with the OCing? I am going to OC this thing as far as I can. It will be my first OCing attempt

The info here has been invaluable so far!
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Originally Posted by mkohanek View Post
And the temp is staying at that level even with the OCing? I am going to OC this thing as far as I can. It will be my first OCing attempt

The info here has been invaluable so far!
the temp will rise when you OC.
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new question:

In order to enable raid0, should I go ahead and install my OS and partition the HDDs first?
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Originally Posted by mkohanek View Post
new question:

In order to enable raid0, should I go ahead and install my OS and partition the HDDs first?
Install the OS on your SSD. I see that you have one.
Those 2 HDDs for storage, no need RAID

EDIT: Raid 0 is good in case of 1 HDD fails, your data is safe. Sorry , my mistake
Edited by IOSEFINI - 2/25/11 at 2:52pm
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Install the OS on your SSD. I see that you have one.
Those 2 HDDs for storage, no need RAID
That is what I keep hearing lol. I was going to do RAID0 for faster game loading times, although I do not play a ton of pc games.

So there is really no need at all for RAID? I kind of just want to do it since I never have ha.
What about RAID1 for backup?

I did plan to use the SSD for the OS, you definitely got that right. But I think I am going to RAID0 anyhow just so I can run benchmark tests - I have had some people tell me that two good HDDs in RAID0 are faster than an SSD in many ways, so I really want to test it out!


But one last question please. Once I load the OS (Windows 7) - what system monitoring tools should I use to make sure things are OK. I bought all of these parts from newegg and had to RMA the CPU from the start, so I really would like to know of a few good hardware monitoring tool(s) to use and if possible someone willing to help me interpret them. This is my first full build from individual parts, I have only done so by replacing a few pieces at a time in the past.
Or any other tips to ensure my newly built system is OK and I am not causing unseen damage.
edit - Oh and I am guessing I should stay away from, auto overclocking tools and also probably do not need to install any thing from the ASUS MoBo CD?
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That is what I keep hearing lol. I was going to do RAID0 for faster game loading times, although I do not play a ton of pc games.

So there is really no need at all for RAID? I kind of just want to do it since I never have ha.
What about RAID1 for backup?

I did plan to use the SSD for the OS, you definitely got that right. But I think I am going to RAID0 anyhow just so I can run benchmark tests - I have had some people tell me that two good HDDs in RAID0 are faster than an SSD in many ways, so I really want to test it out!


But one last question please. Once I load the OS (Windows 7) - what system monitoring tools should I use to make sure things are OK. I bought all of these parts from newegg and had to RMA the CPU from the start, so I really would like to know of a few good hardware monitoring tool(s) to use and if possible someone willing to help me interpret them. This is my first full build from individual parts, I have only done so by replacing a few pieces at a time in the past.
Or any other tips to ensure my newly built system is OK and I am not causing unseen damage.
edit - Oh and I am guessing I should stay away from, auto overclocking tools and also probably do not need to install any thing from the ASUS MoBo CD?
Use CPU-Z and HW Monitor. http://www.cpuid.com/softwares.html
Use CPU-Z version 1.56 for real time Core voltage monitor
I installed Turbo V EVO from the mobo's CD, but just to change some settings while overclock(for fine tuning)
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Can someone tell me which of these are required from my MoBo CD?

Realtek Audio Driver
AMD Chipset Driver
RealTEK LAN Driver
ASUS EPU
Browser Sonfiguration Utility
USB 3.0 Driver
JMicron JMB36X Controller Driver

I know some are required (such as the LAN Driver), but I would like to know more about each one and what they are for and if they are even needed. I tried messing around in the past with this and installed a bunch on unnecessary drivers because the CD was one of those generic versions that ships with many different versions of a MoBo so you have to know which ones you need to install.

I did read through the MoBo manual (about 4 times in all at this point) and it never mentions any of the list there that I am asking about. It just talks about the stuff you can get off the CD like Turbo V.
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