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  1. Thread: Error message

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    Well LZMA2 is the best compression available for...

    Well LZMA2 is the best compression available for a reasonable speed. To be entirely correct PAQ algo (KGB Archiver) has the best compression ratio but it needs 2 years to compress and decompress...
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    This as a blanket statement is certainly wrong....

    This as a blanket statement is certainly wrong. It may happen on a specific chipset due to bug or chipset limitation. Which particular board are you talking about?
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    Have you tested if this happens only when the...

    Have you tested if this happens only when the RAIDR is slotted in? Cuase it may be irrelevant to RAIDR.
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    It will work but at x1 speed. So it will be slow.

    It will work but at x1 speed. So it will be slow.
  5. Sounds like RAM issue. Test your RAM with...

    Sounds like RAM issue. Test your RAM with Memtest86+
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    If you want to stress the PSU the BEST current...

    If you want to stress the PSU the BEST current option is RB2 stress test. Nothing else comes even close.
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    @DarNido: I you are using Virtu try to disable...

    @DarNido: I you are using Virtu try to disable it. If you are not then there's something wrong with your drivers. The test needs 130secs. It may also be instability related.

    @Ambidexter: Driver...
  8. Thread: Error message

    by Nodens
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    WinRAR would be just as good if someone uses that...

    WinRAR would be just as good if someone uses that although 7zip is free and allows you to make .7z archives which are the best compression currently available. Have not tested WinZip but it should be...
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    Yep driver issue. Either the driver itself or its...

    Yep driver issue. Either the driver itself or its installation is corrupted.
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    Poll: Viz has one that does 5.1+ for sure and if I...

    Viz has one that does 5.1+ for sure and if I remember properly another regular as well.

    Do they all do 5Ghz? No. Do all SB-E do 5Ghz? Again no (Mine's golden spot is 4.5 and I can push it to 4.8...
  11. What you should say is offset +/-X. Because...

    What you should say is offset +/-X. Because you're not using fixed vcore.
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    Poll: It depends. Is frequency the only thing that...

    It depends. Is frequency the only thing that matters? Meaning if you're trying to reach high freqs go for SB-E. But thing is that clock for clock the IB-E is faster. So if you score a 5Ghz IB-E it's...
  13. A conflict with any driver is theoretically...

    A conflict with any driver is theoretically possible. Also maybe you removed something else in the process as well. Check the registry for the presence of asIO.sys under...
  14. Sorry I missed that. This is weird Fastboot works...

    Sorry I missed that. This is weird Fastboot works properly on all my LSI cards. Did you try switching to the cards EFI driver instead of OROM?

    Also what UEFI version is your board running? The...
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    Hehehehe!

    Hehehehe!
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    I usually find old hardware at stores that buy...

    I usually find old hardware at stores that buy and sell "old junk". I have an artist friend who constantly buys vintage furniture, even if almost destroyed, and modifies them. So I tag along when he...
  17. AsIO.sys is the ASUS IO driver and should reside...

    AsIO.sys is the ASUS IO driver and should reside in System32\drivers as normal. Seems like the driver installation is corrupted in your case. You could try running the AI Suite cleaner tool.
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    The actual DVD drive has nothing to do with it....

    The actual DVD drive has nothing to do with it. If UEFI: prefix does not appear it means the DVD disc you are using does not have a EFI bootloader on it. Stock Win7, 8 and 8.1 discs do, so your disc...
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    Don't look at me at the look good part. I...

    Don't look at me at the look good part. I couldn't draw a straight line even if I wanted to, let alone do anything that resembles "nice" with case modding or whatever heh:)
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    Very sorry to hear that EB. I've had a similar...

    Very sorry to hear that EB. I've had a similar tragedy about 4 years ago with a puppy and Parvo and I feel for you very very much.
  21. Thread: LINUX Install

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    Indeed. You could still benefit a lot from a...

    Indeed. You could still benefit a lot from a hardware RAID controller though due to cached writes and due to redundancy. Also hardware RAID doesn't have some of the limitations of software RAID. More...
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    ASUS makes the boards but not ASUS USA. The...

    ASUS makes the boards but not ASUS USA. The boards are not made in the USA so they can not just give you a new one, straight from the production line, if they don't have any stock. If cl-Albert is on...
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    One case for 2 systems, Myk? Have you considered...

    One case for 2 systems, Myk? Have you considered (and found solutions for) the thermal implications of that?
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    Fixed:) The very latest ones are available from...

    Fixed:) The very latest ones are available from Intel site. Of course, sometimes all sources have the same version as the Chipset INF package is not updated very often.
  25. Thread: LINUX Install

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    Passing through the physical drive is always...

    Passing through the physical drive is always faster and it's a lot more noticeable in random I/O, hence a lot more noticeable in mechanical drives than SSDs. Considering the volume sizes you need to...
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