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post #31 of 44 (permalink) Old 01-24-2014, 07:13 AM
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whether it Aug. something more stretch on the disc if on MSI Z87-GD65 i5 4670k
1,285 v I firmly stretch 4.5 ghz is it such a bad motherboard or a model happened to me Processor

whether the asrock Z87 Before each oc formula will better
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what about adaptive voltage? i don't want that my cpu stay with costant 1.2+ voltage if he is in idle state...

also with a ocz vertex 2 it seems that the mobo can't recognizze it

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what about adaptive voltage? i don't want that my cpu stay with costant 1.2+ voltage if he is in idle state...

also with a ocz vertex 2 it seems that the mobo can't recognizze it

I have been having the same problem for a while with my G.Skill Phoenix SSDs. I have to reboot ~2-3 times to get it to boot as it keeps saying "insert bootable drives" but it recognizes' my HDDs every time no problem. I ended up taking out one of my SSDs so I didnt have to keep rebooting to try to get both recognized at once. Was hoping it would fix itself but am getting tired of it.

Anyone have any recommendations??


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post #34 of 44 (permalink) Old 04-04-2014, 11:10 AM
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i found it, it's not compatible

sandforce below 2xxx are not comaptible with sata controller for haswell chipset, sadly i'm going to say goodbye to my oc vertex

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i found it, it's not compatible

sandforce below 2xxx are not comaptible with sata controller for haswell chipset, sadly i'm going to say goodbye to my oc vertex

Wow really?? Mines SandForce SF-1200 Series Controller, I guess thats why I have been having problems. That really sucks as I have two of them. I guess I will be moving them to my two nephews computers that I built for them this past Xmas. Im sure they will love it, they are currently using WD 1TB blues. Guess I am going to be shopping for a new SSD or two.

Any one got any recommendations?? Basically anything other than OCZ(no offense Amph just a couple bad experiences with OCZ).

Congrats on your first REP Amph, but do you mind if I ask where you found out that info so I can look it up and get a better idea of what I need??


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hey thanks for the rep mate

here you go

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?34217-Sandforce-SSD-not-supported-by-Haswell&s=6c8ec54ea59a323ce12a70707df2444d

http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/forum/showthread.php?111848-My-new-computer-is-issue-with-SSD-Vertex-2-!!!

google is really our best friend lol

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Yeah, but my google fu is not very strong lol. But thanks for the links. Good to know now, honestly probably wouldnt of upgraded if I knew about this. But at least they wont go to waste and I have a reason to upgrade lol thumb.gif


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I own this board with my new i7 4770k and its so damn nice to look at and was a pleasure to work with, boots super fast, runs super fast, and super cool

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The only real issue I have with my board is it doesnt sit 100% flush with the rear io shield but other than that its a real beauty

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it's boot fast yes but it seems that with etron controller installed it boot slower, by a little

i have another problem with this MB, if i put the second vga in the fourth slot it does not read it, i now the fourth slot is pcie 2.0 but it should read it anyway

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