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    intel 750 and rampage v

    Hi,
    Just wondering if the Intel 750 works on the rampage v. I hear its bootable and would love this beast on the motherboard.
    I'm doing a complete system rebuild and want to use the v board as i have a 3 now. I see the hyper drive adapter for the sabretooth and wonder if its compatible with the rampage.

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    From what I've read it sounds like all current ROG boards will support it through a driver update. I've heard the PCIe version performs better, but I don't know if the Hyper Drive adapter does anything to mitigate any difference. http://www.anandtech.com/show/9090/i...for-the-client

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    Compatible motherboards http://www.intel.com/support/ssdc/hp.../CS-035484.htm
    Yes it should work fine with the latest bios from ASUS that has NVMee support.

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    Yes, it will be usable if you go with a 2.5" drive and the Hyper Kit. The info on the front page says it is fully qualified to run on the entire ASUS X99 range of boards.

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    The Hyper kit does "work" on the R5E, but will obstruct some VGA cards in the primary PEG slot.

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    Thanks all for the replies i'm going to get the rampage 5 board, 17 5930,16 gb gskill ripjaws 4 3000 , nzxt kraken x61 cooler, and a 980 gpu.
    Not sure which version just yet. I already have a 1200 psu,and i'm going to get the intel 750 as a boot drive. Still up in the air for a case. I'm using an older antec that has seen better days.I'll get the bulk soon and the rest later.
    It's going to be a project of mine while the spouse is away visiting the outlaws.
    Upgrading from a 17 920 (3.6 OC) (could never get it stable any higher)with 12 gb of ram and 2 6970's in crossfire.(one just died recently).

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    Quote Originally Posted by snafup View Post
    Thanks all for the replies i'm going to get the rampage 5 board, 17 5930,16 gb gskill ripjaws 4 3000 , nzxt kraken x61 cooler, and a 980 gpu.
    Not sure which version just yet. I already have a 1200 psu,and i'm going to get the intel 750 as a boot drive. Still up in the air for a case. I'm using an older antec that has seen better days.I'll get the bulk soon and the rest later.
    It's going to be a project of mine while the spouse is away visiting the outlaws.
    Upgrading from a 17 920 (3.6 OC) (could never get it stable any higher)with 12 gb of ram and 2 6970's in crossfire.(one just died recently).
    I came from a SSD'd 920 at 4ghz and this is so much faster, case wise I would look at the corsair range maybe? I am still using a 800D and love it.

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    Where does the 2.5 750 connect to the motherboard. It must take the place on the m.2 slot? Can a strix 980 fit in the first slot with this 750 hyper installed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by drop4205 View Post
    Where does the 2.5 750 connect to the motherboard. It must take the place on the m.2 slot? Can a strix 980 fit in the first slot with this 750 hyper installed?
    I can answer half your questions. Yes, the 2.5" variant connects via the M.2 slot. An add in board the ASUS Hyper Kit, provides a mini SAS connector for the connection. The Intel 750 comes with the necessary cable for the connection to the kit.

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