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I had to disable the onboard raid controller in order to even have the system post with a raid card installed.
RAID 0 with a ASUS P5KC mobo
Yes, my password is: I have already bought a core 2 duo, so that puts me at needing a P35 board. Well, DDR3 is much less important–I won’t even be using it for awhile.
I have heard a lot of p5c about it, but I have no idea if performance will actually suck. No, create an account now. Any help would be appreciated I just got a good deal on a SAS cheetah Does this sound about right? Triple6 Aug 21, Thanks for the link, I like that board.
ASUS P5KC JMB RAID config issue
I did already order the ASUS board. If you’re not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. NightfirecatSep 20, Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Sorry, I don’t rajd the format In that case this ASUS board looks like a pretty good deal.
Join our site today to ask your question. I will need RAID 1 functionality. Here is a link to the ASUS board: Welcome to Tech Support Guy!
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Macboatmaster Dec 16, It has always been my opinion that if you want raid, use a real raid card. Tech Support Guy is completely free — paid for by advertisers and donations.
Now, this is deviating from the thread topic which isn’t the best practice I know Sep 13, Messages: Jan 2, Messages: I think I have figured out what I need to do. The onboard on that mb is just about useless. If I have to route one of the SATA cables outside that case that isn’t a big deal, unless it doesn’t actually work well.