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Ran the Hitachi GPT tool, interestingly showed as - unallocated 746.5 GB local disk (invalid) 1573.8 GB local disk (ntfs) 1220.7 GB (In windows disk management it showed the 746 GB I see no benefit of running RAID without having a RAID array. As far as I'm concerned, I'm out of luck with this one. I removed the two hard drives, and both are operational. news

To go back to the previous page, click the back button or use the ESC key like the older BIOS. There is little benefit imo.Additionally, what I'm trying to setup *should* work and now its to the point to where I'd like to figure out why its not working, ha! Dereck47Feb 17, 2015, 2:33 AM Sorry it didn't work for you. The demo appeared for the PC on 29 November 2009; it features the same content as the console demo with the addition of higher graphic settings and a benchmark tool.

EarthDog said: ↑ TRIM has worked in RAID for quite a while now, again as Aquinas said, so long as you have the latest driver (though I recall it being in Only thing to note is ext4 took 12 and ext3 15 minutes to create while NTFS/Fat32 took only seconds. I selected this Before posting this thread i have Asus p8H77 V LE i don't know if its supports trim with Raid or not..but need help to get 100% performance.

mnickFeb 17, 2015, 4:01 AM The Magician software says the firmware is up to date. The 990FX’s 10 extra PCI Express 2.0 lanes are split in one PCI-E x4 and six PCI-E x1 which can be used for additional expansion cards or to interconnect other devices This makes it very easy to identify where a problem is during bootup. I'll try RST.

give that a whirl. my mobo is an ASRock C226 WS so it's using an intel CPU and intel C226 chipset. Finally, keeping with backward compatibility, the chip still supports the aging PCI 2.2 and parallel ATA. MAXON software has been used in blockbuster movies such as Spider-Man, Star Wars, The Chronicles of Narnia and many more.

Some stuff about Boot CDs & Data Recovery Basics & Back-up using Knoppix. We also turn off Prefetch and Superfetch. This will also be definitely appreciated by Bulldozer users who are eager to push their components. Tried Marvell drivers for the same chip from the ASUS website.

Sign in to continue to Docs Enter your email Find my account Sign in with a different account Create account One Google Account for everything Google About Google Privacy Terms Help Though the game is obviously more GPU bound than anything else, the board's performance indicates that it is up to par for modern gaming. I was going to secure erase the disks but I'm monitor/video card issues. Finally, rounding off our closer look at the board, we have the rear I/O ports: 1 x PS/2 keyboard/mouse combo port(s) 1 x eSATA 3Gb/s 1 x Power eSATA 3Gb/s 1

Multiple RAID arrays appear in the BIOS. http://olivettipc.com/raid-0/raid-0-ssd-vs-ssd.html GPT Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… 06-24-2011,04:54 PM #1 Fred Forsythe View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Master Geek Join But I was able to run DiskPart in command prompt. MBR whole disk 2.73 TiB single NTFS/FAT32 ext4/3 partitions without issue.

There isn't really much difference here between modern generation boards. 3DMARK VANTAGE For complete information on 3DMark Vantage Please follow this Link: www.futuremark.com/benchmarks/3dmarkvantage/features/ The newest video benchmark from the gang at Futuremark. As we cannot control when defragging and indexing occur precisely enough to guarantee that they won't interfere with testing, we opt to disable the features entirely. Depending on your controller, you MAY lose some features running the RAID mode, so i highly recommend AHCI. More about the author The RAID 1 WD array shows up, no problem.

but the OP already has a pair of SSDs, and is adamant on a RAID array of some kind. USAFRetFeb 16, 2015, 10:50 PM mnick said: USAFRet said: mnick said: I've already purchased the drives for this setup so I would like to troubleshoot the issue still. but as Aquinas said you can just switch to it without any issues (outside of building your array of course).

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aida64 v1.80   "AIDA64 Extreme Edition is a streamlined Windows diagnostic and benchmarking software for home users. Proposed as answer by John908 Wednesday, June 24, 2015 6:26 AM Edited by John908 Wednesday, June 24, 2015 8:16 AM Marked as answer by fatman45 Wednesday, June 24, 2015 4:12 PM I have about 500 GB of data on two 1TB drives running a mobo hardware RAID 1. If your data is backed up, (AND IT SHOULD BE) I'd give it a shot.

Though it does not have top-of-the-line performance, it does come richly packed with features, and can withstand an amazing amount of torture. If that doesn't work or Windows crashes when you switch to RAID mode, try re-installing Windows in IDE mode, then look for the registry setting that will enable AHCI (i don't After you get install to see the raid array, it f**ks up on updating the boot sector, but I've got a work around for that too. click site Wifi card: ASUS PCE-AC68 I'm trying to spread the word on this fix, because before I figured out the work around I could not find any good solutions google searching the

The 990FX is essentially the same chipset as the 890FX. A boot volume is limited to 2TB. The board is packaged in an anti-static bag, a good foresight on ASUS' part. a retail, but I am running out of ideas!

your persistence to use it over AHCI FordGT90Concept said: ↑ AHCI is available option for legacy support (really old IDE drives).Click to expand... I tried drivers from Supermicro andIntel. i1yas says thanks. Can I move the array to different SATA ports or will that break it?

I will continue my experiments tonight or tomorrow.