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About kokosnh

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  • CPU
    I7-2600K @4.5GHz 1.375V
  • Motherboard
    Asus P8Z68-V PRO
  • RAM
    Corsair 4x4GB 1600MHz cl8
  • GPU
    MSI RTX 2070 Armor @GPU 2050MHz Mem 8200MHz
  • Case
    Fractal Design Define R5 white + Lian Li BZ-H06A grey + Lamptron FC5 V2 rev. 3.0 grey + 2 x Fractal stock 140mm + 2 x Be Quiet Silent Wing 3 PWM 140mm + Noctua NF-P14 FLX + 2 x Mistral 140mm + Digitus 4x USB 2.0
  • Storage
    SSD : 4 x Plextor M8PeG 1TB + GoodRam Iridium PRO 960GB + Samsung 850 Pro 512GB + Crucial MX200 250GB + Samsung 830 128GB
    HDD : WD Gold 8TB WD8002FRYZ + WD Gold 4TB WD4002FYYZ + WD Red PRO 4TB WD4001FFSX + WD Green 2TB WD20EARS
    EXTERNAL HDD/SSD : Adapter M.2 2280 NVME na USB A/C 10GB/s -> Plextor M8PeG 1TB + WD My Passport slim 1TB + LaCie Porsche Design Mobile Drive 1TB USB-C + Zalman ZM-VE350 -> Goodram IRDM PRO 240GB || NAS : TP-Link VR600 (v1) + Inter-Tech GD-25613-S3 -> WD Blue 500GB
  • PSU
    PSU : Super Flower leadex platinum 750 W white + Bitfenix alchemy extensions white
    UPS : CyberPower CP1500EPFCLCD
  • Display(s)
    LG 32UD59-B + LG flatron IPS236 + Silverstone SST-ARM11BC
  • Cooling
    Prolimatech Armageddon + 2 x Noctua NF-A15 PWM + Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra
  • Keyboard
    Corsair STRAFE RGB Cherry MX Silent (EU) + PQI MyLockey
  • Mouse
    MOUSE: Logitech MX ERGO + 2 x Logitech MX Performance + Logitech G Pro Gaming + SpeedLink ATECS Soft + Corsair MM300 Extended + Razer goliathus control
    CONTROLLERS : Microsoft xbox 360 wireless black + Ravcore Javelin
  • Sound
    Aune S6 Pro -> Brainwavz HM100 + Brainwavz sheepskin oval pads + Wooden Stand + Audio-Technica ATH-MSR7BK + NEW BEE Premium Stand + JBL J88 White + Razer ferox
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64bit

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  1. the cheap way is to use a PCI-e x16 to 4 x PCIe x4 M.2 adapter, but the motherboard have to support biurification, and you have to use the full PCIe x16 slot, to be able to mount all 4 M.2 SSD. The heavy price way is to use a PCIe switch with 4 x M.2 slots, as I do now Well if you have lots of PCI-e slots, you can also just stick bunch of PCI-e x1 to M.2 adapters, or PCIe x1 risers to a PCI-e x4 to M.2 adapters The speed are horrible because it's PCIe x1, the old days
  2. is the C partition that you are testing on that MX500?
  3. that's a RAID 0 stripe on ST500VT and ST500DM002 ? What happens when you unplug the WD10EAVS, can you use jumper to force it to SATA II?
  4. just buy a PCIe to M.2 NVMe adapter it's like 3-4$ I have 4 of these. https://aliexpress.com/item/32990124953.html or something like these https://aliexpress.com/item/4000286123162.html no that's a U.2 adapter, do you have U.2 on mobo?
  5. open MiniTool Partition Wizard Free Edition 9.1 and there is an partition recovery option, do a quick scan (that should be enough), and when it ends, pick the right partition from that it finds, with correct size, start/end sector, and look inside and see it the catalog structure is correct,and all file have corect names, and corect size (i don't remember if you can open them from that view). It just try to recreate the deleted partition structure, so it's quick.
  6. If you only delete the partition and fast format, the fix is quite simple, because the data should be still there. Ofcourse the safest way is to first do a image of the disk, and recover from it (and if you can, try to do that). For starters it the drive is not physically in bad condition, you can just run easeus free and see it there are any data left, you can recover 1GB of data while you are at it. Remember, that you can't write anything to that drive. If all the data is there, for recovering delete partition i use minitool 9.1 free, and partition recovery, there are 2 other pr
  7. It's not a hole? Sorry it looks like a hole on pictures that i found, on white background. ahh, then just use 2 ziptie. thread one through the 60 mm and 80mm holes, and then just ziptie the SSD to that ziptie
  8. I would at least use a ziptie, thread through the 80mm and 110mm holes, don't leave it hanging there. (I asume you have standard 80mm long SSD, that's why i said 80mm and 110mm holes)
  9. the screens don't have all of the smart value. So i will only tell what i see the BX500 120GB have a reported one CRC error on C7, that's a communication error. Can be hinting problems with SATA cables, sata ports, or SATA controller on mobo. over 95% of it are SATA cables problems. But we don't know when it got that error, and there's only one for now. And the temp are high, can be a signal that something is wrong with the controller before it's death. And the worst value in C2 column is alarming. WD10EAVS SMART is OK, but why it's not reporting it's SATA speed? ST500VT have the n
  10. It make no real world difference, and hug some of the ram, i would disable it.
  11. I understand that all your SATA drives, after just a restart, can get corrupted and need to be initialized... 1) Get me the screen of SMART data form crystaldiskinfo, off all the drives. 2) What mobo are you using? 3) Do the drive letter matter, is it always the D drive? 4) What operating system are you using? 5) Do you initialize to MBR, or GPT (tried both)? 6) You didn't OC the BCLK, right? the quickest route is to update the bios, or if there is no update, just restart it to default. And reinstall the Operating system. If the problem still continued, it will be probably
  12. It should be x4, on that SSD, that mobo, with that CPU. Try using the second M.2. You have one from CPU, and a second from chipset. (M2A_CPU), CPU (M2B_SB) Chipset Can you get me the crystaldiskinfo screenshot fo that SN750, Try to update the uefi, or restart it to default settings. The GPU does not affect the M.2 connectors speed.
  13. The boot type (BIOS/LEGACY, or UEFI), and SSD initialization MBR, or GPT, are usually the problem. But it should be visable, you just can't instal windows on it. Maybe try to initialization the SSD first from the windows to GPT (without creating partitions), then try running the installer in UEFI boot.
  14. No it's not normal. You don't use the windows pseudo hibernate mode (windows ), right? It's on by default. And you do turn off the PC before you do anything? For it to ask for initialize a drive, I would guess it was unplugged when in use, and the MBR/GPT got hit very hard (normally it would try to fix the file system, not format it). Or the old drive is damaged, and MBR/GPT are corrupted.
  15. 4:33 - that's not a flex mode, that's Dual-channel with three DIMMs, and intel CPUs have it too. and depending on the configuration, with bad matching RAM you would get Single-channel with three DIMMs https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005657/boards-and-kits.html and to expand about compatibility, it all boils down to that you have 2 memory channels in normal CPUs memory controllers, so you can run with little performance hit, on almost anything compatible with 2 RAM sticks. The stairs begin with more then 2 RAM stick, and from bank/rank differen