ASROCK X79 EXTREME11 LSI SAS DRIVER DETAILS:
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ASROCK X79 EXTREME11 LSI SAS DRIVER
Maybe that should have told me something I'm not looking to blame anyone at this point, but I really would like the figure out what's going on.
I just can't afford to risk any more HDDs! It got very hot and now it is dead too. At least I have two drives connected to the LSI controller that have been working for a couple of days.
And it does have a built in LSI raid card that is really Asrock X79 Extreme11 LSI SAS as a concept and one that makes it very attractive to me for a server board. But here is the most damming of comments from a review site and reviewer who I personally know and trust. Performance wise, the X79 Extreme11 does not win many accolades.
Move the cursor to the RAID Disk column and select a line that has a No entry in this column, indicating that the disk is not already part of the volume you are creating. To add the disk to the new array, change the No to Yes by pressing the space bar.
Move the cursor to the RAID Disk column and select a line that has a No entry in this column, which indicates that the disk is not already part of the volume you are creating. Again, wait until synchronization completes on the new disk and the volume returns to the Optimal state.
Deleting Hot Spare Disks Chapter 3: Identify a disk that is not part of a RAID volume i. Follow these steps to view the RAID properties of the mirrored volume s: Activating An Array Chapter 3: The Activate Array option allows you to reactivate an inactive volume.
If there is another remaining array and one or two hot spare disks, the BIOS checks the hot spare disks to determine if they are compatible with the remaining volume. The frequency support is dialed in at MHz in OC mode.
ASRock X79 Extreme11 ProClockers
I was not at all surprised to see this due mainly to the large number of Asrock X79 Extreme11 LSI SAS phases the board has. And in conjunction with the phase and the circuitry of the board, we would suspect the board to run more efficiently. And also to help in the power delivery department there is two Molex connectors for extra power to the PCIe lanes as well. One above the first PCIe slots near the memory slots and the second down on the very edge of the bottom of the board in a right degree angle.
X79 Extreme11 2 x SATA3 Gb/s connectors by Intel® X79, support RAID (RAID 0, RAID 1, 8 SAS2/SATA3 from LSI™ SAS PCIe Controller. 7 PCIe x16 (2 PLX PEX bridges), Support 4-Way SLI/CrossFireX™ in full x16 PCIe speed; 8 SAS2/SATA3 from LSI™ SAS PCIe Controller.