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    Default Re: AHCI Mode

    I didn't mention RAID, or was you just sayin?

    Is this a SSD you have connected to the Marvell port, or normal hard drive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    I didn't mention RAID, or was you just sayin?

    Is this a SSD you have connected to the Marvell port, or normal hard drive?
    I only have SATA drives. And they are hooked up to:

    Sata2_0 for o/s boot drive.
    Sata2_1 data drive.
    Sata2_2 data drive.
    Sata2_5 for optical drive.
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    Default Re: AHCI Mode

    Ohh, ok! So no drives connected to the Marvell ports?

    If not then it doesn't matter what drivers you install or don't install, and you can actually uninstall all Marvell drivers and just disable those ports in the BIOS and then device manager wont ask you about drivers at all.

    Don't run that benchmark on a normal hard drive, only SSD's :) (Or it will take an hour or two instead of 1 minute)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Ohh, ok! So no drives connected to the Marvell ports?

    If not then it doesn't matter what drivers you install or don't install, and you can actually uninstall all Marvell drivers and just disable those ports in the BIOS and then device manager wont ask you about drivers at all.

    Don't run that benchmark on a normal hard drive, only SSD's :) (Or it will take an hour or two instead of 1 minute)
    Well, which ports are connected to the Marvell controller?

    What should I hook up to it eventually.

    (And when I first read, "Don't run that benchmark on a normal hard drive, only SSD's :)" I though u were going to say the next 10 generations of my family would be cursed. So I'm relieved.;-))
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    Default Re: AHCI Mode

    The white ports labeled 6/7 are the Marvell ports.

    Nothing really, maybe a spare hard drive sometime if you want, but it's not very stable but that is with SSD's - I'm not sure how it acts with normal hard drives.

    Haha, na it just takes FOREVER to complete on a normal hard drive is all. It only takes 45-60 seconds with SSD, literally an hour or more with a hard drive. Seriously! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    The white ports labeled 6/7 are the Marvell ports.

    Nothing really, maybe a spare hard drive sometime if you want, but it's not very stable but that is with SSD's - I'm not sure how it acts with normal hard drives.

    Haha, na it just takes FOREVER to complete on a normal hard drive is all. It only takes 45-60 seconds with SSD, literally an hour or more with a hard drive. Seriously! :)
    Ahh, I forgot about the color coding. (Today I've been glancing off and on at the b&w manual.)

    So, now that I know that the reg keys and they worked fine, (tanks again!) let me ask about AHCI and my removable trays the HAF-X case comes with.

    I guess I could just hook the two removable trays up to Sata2_3 and Sata2_4, right?

    But if I want them to be hot swappable, wouldn't I'd be forced to run in AHCI mode?

    Or could I select just Sata2_3 and Sata2_4 to be in AHCI mode?

    The whole point is to not ever really use the two removable trays. But rather to always be prepared to use them. And at any moment be ready to slap in any HDD that needs to be accessed for maintenance purposes. For Cloning, recovering, Imaging, etc. But first and foremost, is to have the two trays ready to go before ever needing them, right? (As of now I don't even have any SATA cables plugged into them and I didn't even connect a Molex power plug to them yet because I felt that building and testing all the other aspects of this PC was much more important. In other words, not putting any carts before a horse or two.)

    TY!
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    Default Re: AHCI Mode

    You could try the tray on the Intel ports and see if they are swappable or not, they might not be via "Safely Remove" just due to how the Intel drivers are, but you could always remove via disable/remove in device manager when you want to swap.

    The Gigabyte/J.Micron (GSATA) ports are hot swappable with "Safely Remove" if you install the right driver, sometimes always no matter the driver. So how you do it just depends on if you want speed on those drives, and how often you'll really be needing to remove drives.

    You can only set each controller to one mode, not different ports within the same controller. And yes, for hot swap it will have to be AHCI or RAID enabled.

    Your reasons are sound, and I do that often, but I just toss in a disk on the Intel ports when needed and that always works fine for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    You could try the tray on the Intel ports and see if they are swappable or not, they might not be via "Safely Remove" just due to how the Intel drivers are, but you could always remove via disable/remove in device manager when you want to swap.

    The Gigabyte/J.Micron (GSATA) ports are hot swappable with "Safely Remove" if you install the right driver, sometimes always no matter the driver. So how you do it just depends on if you want speed on those drives, and how often you'll really be needing to remove drives.

    You can only set each controller to one mode, not different ports within the same controller. And yes, for hot swap it will have to be AHCI or RAID enabled.

    Your reasons are sound, and I do that often, but I just toss in a disk on the Intel ports when needed and that always works fine for me.
    Cool.

    That "Safely Remove" incite is excellent information to have, Lsdmeasap. And knowing that the Intel ports should suffice for my removable trays and that it is most likely, the way to go, is awesome. Thanks you!

    1. But first and for clarity sake, am I correct in saying that the following two (out of 4 of the white ports you pointed out) are connected to the Intel controller?

    Sata2_8 (Intel controller?)
    Sata2_9 (Intel controller?)

    2. And am I also correct in saying, that the following two ports are too; connected to that very same Intel controller?

    ESATA_1 (Intel controller?)
    ESATA_2 (Intel controller?)

    (I hope you say yes and yes. Because in addition to solving much confusion, all I have left to do next is memorized the controller's chip-set numbers.)

    3. Should I call the numbers associated with the Controller's/ Manufacturer name; a "Chip-set" number, versus thinking of it as a Model number?

    4. And, so I do have a grand total of 12 SATA ports? (10 internal SATA and 2 external SATA.)

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    Default Re: AHCI Mode

    On X58A Intel ports are Blue (SATAII_0 - 5)

    Here, this will make it easier for you to see what' what, this is from the below linked spec's for X58A-UD5 - Hope that is right board, sorry if not :)

    South Bridge:

    1. 6 x SATA 3Gb/s connectors (SATA2_0, SATA2_1, SATA2_2, SATA2_3, SATA2_4, SATA2_5) supporting up to 6 SATA 3Gb/s devices
    2. Support for SATA RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, and RAID 10

    Marvell 9128 chip:

    1. 2 x SATA 6Gb/s connectors (GSATA3_6, GSATA3_7) supporting up to 2 SATA 6Gb/s devices
    2. Support for SATA RAID 0, and RAID 1

    * SATA3 RAID 0 4x and SATA3 2x performance are maximum theoretical values. Actual performance may vary by system configuration.
    * SATA3 SSDs are not recommended for use in RAID 0 mode on Marvell SE9128 ports.

    GIGABYTE SATA2 chip:

    1. 1 x IDE connector supporting ATA-133/100/66/33 and up to 2 IDE devices
    2. 2 x SATA 3Gb/s connectors (GSATA2_8, GSATA2_9) supporting up to 2 SATA 3Gb/s devices
    3. Support for SATA RAID 0, RAID 1, and JBOD

    JMicron JMB362 chip:

    1. 2 x eSATA 3Gb/s connectors (eSATA/USB Combo) on the back panel sup- porting up to 2 SATA 3Gb/s devices
    2. Support for SATA RAID 0, RAID 1, and JBOD
    GIGABYTE - Motherboard - Socket 1366 - GA-X58A-UD3R (rev. 2.0)

    You should call the ports by GSATA or J.Micron, Marvell, or Intel.

    Yeap, looks to be 12 SATA Ports, two of which are eSATA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    On X58A Intel ports are Blue (SATAII_0 - 5)

    Here, this will make it easier for you to see what' what, this is from the below linked spec's for X58A-UD5 - Hope that is right board, sorry if not :)


    GIGABYTE - Motherboard - Socket 1366 - GA-X58A-UD3R (rev. 2.0)

    You should call the ports by GSATA or J.Micron, Marvell, or Intel.

    Yeap, looks to be 12 SATA Ports, two of which are eSATA
    SWEET!

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