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Martin Moesby

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  1. Thank you for the reply. SHould it matter, that my board is not an Intel server board? My board is an ASUS P9x79E-WS board...?
  2. Hi all you extremely knowledable tech-geeks My control panel/ Component management is acting up... I have recently reinstalled my OS on a 2-disk Hardware Raid0 and since then several Intel components are missing their driver: Translation: Basissystemenhed = Base(?) System Unit, Ydelsestællere = Performance Counters, SI-Controllers = ...well thats probably the same in danish and english According to pcilookup.com, all of these components relates to Xeon E7 v2/Xeon E5 v2/Core i7, but Intel claims that no updates exists for my chipset/CPU..
  3. Thank you for your reply. I am trying to setup the voltage/frequency curve, but it doesn't seem to be working I cannot get it to use the same curve, that you are showing.. I'll keep trying though. Thx again
  4. Thx for your input, I will check if I can get it to work - otherwise, I will have to invenst in a new card and see if I can get this one sold...
  5. Does anyone know, if the Stock cooler of this GFX card can be replaced with a water block or otherwise be made more quiet? the blowerstyle cooler sounds like a jet-enginge spinning up for takeoff - and it seems to me that the custom fan curve doesnt work at all times... Anyways, let me know if you guys knows something that can help me... Link to the danish ASUS website, since the US does not have the card?? ASUS Turbo GeForce RTX 3070 8GB GDDR6 | Graphics Card
  6. Hi, I have recently purchased the above mentioned GFX card.. why you might ask? Well, it was the only one available. Downside is that it is a blowerstyle cooler - it makes one hell of a racket, when the tiny 80mm fan spins up to 95% when running games in vsync on 144 Hz monitor So, does anyone know, or know anyone who knows if there is a waterblock for this puppy?
  7. So, I have been doing some research I may have come up with an upgrade, that maybe could give my system another 3-4 years lifetime, bringing it to a staggering 10 year - thats a lot of years in computeryears But the MB is a solid piece of engineering, and I would love to be able to give some more years.... So, I have nowRAID0'ed the 2 SSDs and migrated OS, Profiles and Applications on to the now 500GB SSD. I have managed to fit alle the rest of the data onto the 2TB HDD so now I only have 2 TB I need to migrate to an SSD.. So here are some ideas - if
  8. This worked like a charm Thx. Wil now try to migrate OS to the RAID volume
  9. Do you mean, that if I somehow need to clear CMOS, I should set the SATA mode to RAID before first boot? or set it to AHCI before first boot? ...and thank you again, I'll try this, as soon as my Backup is finished
  10. Thanh you for the description and the links - but I an a little puzzled - should I "only" do the 5 steps you have mentioned here, og should I also do all the regedit stuff?
  11. Yes, I am using the 2 top grey ones - there are no drives connected to the Marvell controller...
  12. I have an issue I cannot seem to finde any information about with my elderly, but rock-solid and dust-free P9X79E-WS board: There are a total of 5 storage devices: 2 SSD's SATA6 and 3 HDDs SATA6. the SSD's are connected to the 2 grey-sataports and the HDDS are connected to the blue SATA-ports (not sure what significance this has, but now it's out there...) My plan was to migrate the OS to the HDD, create the SSD raid0 in BIOS, BOOT from the migrated OS and then migrate the OS back to the newly created RAID-volume... (I am using "AOMEI Partition Assistant" to do t
  13. OK - I dont know if this is the correct forum, if not, please redirect me... I have an older system (april '14) based on the "Ultimate Video Editing Rig"-video from around that same period. It is used mainly for development work, content creation (UE, Blender, 3DS Max, Adobe PP and AE) and a bit of gaming (WoW, Crysis, SWToR, Star Citizen and the likes...) Config: ASUS P9X79-E WS Intel Core i7 4930K@3.40Hz 32 GB RAM DDR3-1066 EVGA GTX 780 TI 2 x 250GB Samsung SSD 840 EVO 2 x 1TB Western Digital WDC 1 x 2TB Western Digital WDC Cors
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