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ASUS RAMPAGE IV EXTREME ASMEDIA AHCI DRIVER
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This gaming board features the new Intel X79 chipset along with. The raid array will still probably take a few secs to set up when booting. Actually what I see slowing you down is the Asmedia controller.
You tell me that booting from win 8,1 DVD and loading intel drivers i can. Two of these are controlled by the add-on controller ASMedia. Users who need any more than this will probably want a RAID card. The K then is truly a bargain and a far better deal than the quad core and K of the x79 generation. However you lose the advantage to overclock them much at all.
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So instead of a 4. The DDR4 that we see now will not really be representative of where things will stand in a year or two. Therfore I would recommend cheaping out for now.
Besides which with a quad channel memory bus on X99 then memory bandwidth will already be significantly higher than the dual channel DDR3 on the competing mainstream Z97 chipset. DDR4 is the 4th generation of double data rate synchronous dynamic ram. Synchronous means that a clock is used to control the bus cycles and latching in and outputting of the data.
Dynamic means that the memory is not static — i. Double Data Rate means that the data is latched in to a flip flop on the rising and falling edge of the clock. Timings change too — CL16 is the new CL9. This is a factor of the clock frequency, architecture and all the different timings.
Overall the effect should be faster. Pinhedd Sep 28,8: You should use all of the Intel ports before you even touch the ASMedia ports jaquith Sep 28, However, a couple notes: Therefore, you'll need a HDD with some form of 'error recovery control' to avoid this problem.
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The proper 'fix' involves re-installing the OS; see - http: Prior to revision I think it was only required when the controller was in RAID mode but last time I did a fresh install it was required for both. CAP have the issue. Considering everything it's the 'best' solution. If your using a SSD as your boot drive and you rgular WD hard drives for storage and secondary applications there's really no reason ASUS Rampage IV Extreme ASMedia AHCI have a raid setup for those seconday and backup files and data.
You can keep them seperate with one drive being used for most used apps and data while designating the second drive as a backup and deep storage. Pinhedd Sep 29, Yeah that's what I recall as well when I first build my machine.
I may be imagining things though. Failing to load the RAID drivers upon installation should be fine. Main PC is a Rampage 4 Formula, backup PC is a Rampage 4 Extreme.
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(uses the "Standard AHCI Serial ATA Controller" driver instead). Latest driver has been installed, and in bios, ASMedia is set to ACHI mode already. Thread: Rampage IV Extreme - ASMedia SATA problem.