Tech Support Guy is completely free — paid for by advertisers and donations. Here is a link to the ASUS board: Well, DDR3 is much less important–I won’t even be using it for awhile. Thanks for the link, I like that board. Nightfirecat , Sep 20, Does this sound about right? The onboard on that mb is just about useless.
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It has always been my opinion that if you want raid, use a real raid card.
ASUS P5KC User Manual
Join our site today to ask your question. Any help would be appreciated May 26, Messages: I have heard a lot of complaints about it, but I have no idea if performance will actually suck. Definitely seems like the internal SATA port on the JMicron controlled is covered by most rakd cards, but I might be able to work around that.
RAID issue with customer. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Your name or email address: Yes, my password is: I have already bought a core 2 duo, so that puts me at needing a P35 board. Hi, I am looking to upgrade my processor and motherboard.
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Creating A Raid Set; Create Raid Disk Drive – Asus P5KC Installation Manual [Page ]
I will need RAID 1 functionality. Do you already have an account? NightfirecatSep 20, Click here to join today!
Oddba11 Dec 13, In that case this ASUS board looks like a pretty good deal. Log in or Sign up.
NightfirecatSep 21, rai Right now, it looks like I have to choose between these two boards: I did already order the ASUS board. Not trying to change your mind on board selection however you might want to look at the abit IP35pro.
ASUS P5KC JMB RAID config issue
I had to l5kc the onboard raid controller in order to even have the system post with a raid card installed. I think I have figured out what I need to do.
Is it worth getting a SAS pci card instead? Well, DDR3 is much less important–I won’t even be using it for awhile. I have had good luck with ASUS in the past, but if I have trouble with this board which looks possible that may be a good alternative.
Here is a link to the ASUS board: