I guess I was thinking I would just get the MV8 so the system was ready to go for when I get more hard drives and I would just have to add them. I would not worry about the power draw ATM Sign In Sign Up. In the end, I decided to return the SSD since I spent 20x the amount of time saved, by trying to find a boot solution. Power Supply Corsair AXi with red sleeving. I’ll have to go with a different cpu though because newegg.

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BB code is On. I first tried using the MV8 in one of the PCIe slots that would normally be occupied by a video pn-d and system wouldn’t boot.

Distributed Computing – General. If you can close a good deal on a M, I’d rather get that card than a MV Native Command Queuing was invented historically to optimize access times with rotating platters.

I would not worry about the power draw ATM I changed it in the thread above I aus planning on getting the MV8 so it is in my budget. This forum has some really helpful people!


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Running an SSD on a non-AHCI mobo! Please advise…

I’m really excited to get this system up and running. I you want to play safe within the CPU specs, choose this one: Do you already have an account?

Furthermore, Crucial suggests that their garbage collection is, well, not garbage! I’ll be coming here if I have any issues!

Is that slot used already, maybe with a GPU card? Share This Page Tweet. Ahcl April 28, Do I even need to get the MV8 right away? No, create an account now.

Does p5n-d has ahci support ?

Share this post Link to post. Posted April 26, Over time, the caching software replaces existing data with “hotter” data, such as data read more frequently or more asud accessed than what’s being replaced on the cache SSD.

Anyway, it’s foolish to not have one attached to your system. I’m using an Asus P5Q for my build; I know there’s differences in their lineage. Also, do you recommend a power supply? What cables do I need?


Does p5n-d has ahci support ? – – An Overclocking Community

I think the biggest hype we need to sometimes look beyond deals with our testing and the high benchmark results we see. I may pick that up just because of the price I can’t seem to find p5n-v anyway for a price even compared to that and still go with the new build option.

You could look for an older Supermicro that can handle the processor and memory you have.

I’m thinking the new build option might be the way to go to get me started maybe I could even sell the parts I have. I’m assuming I could get away with using the onboard sata ports until my hard drive collection grows. I plan on putting 3 or 4 hard drives in to start my build and just keep on adding as I find sales. I am ahvi too fast.