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    Quote Originally Posted by RDR
    I've got an Asus P4P800 coming next week for my home box w/ a couple corair XMS3200 dimms - so we'll see how it goes

    I mus say I'm not impressed with the Asus P4C800's - I've set up 4 so far & all 4 had issues with the int. LAN, don't get along well with older R9700's & parallel drives raided on the promise chip don't perform anywhere near up to par :mad:

    .....WD SATA Raptors using the native chipset support absolutely fly though:D :D :D
    Thats interesting, I've set up numerous p4c800's in the past week with no problems whatsoever. The single channel IDE raid isnt very satisfying however, though thats to be expected when there is only one channel to raid the 2 drives.

    I have mine setup with OCZ pc3500 abd they get along great.

    I have set-up a few p4p800-vm this week and they seem to have no issues that I've run into. They arent quite as quick as the p4c800, but nice nonetheless

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    well i just orderd my p4p800 a few hours ago, but i got 6 200gig'rs(7200rpm 8meg cache) to put in there, tech told me i can run a raid1 and raid0 with the ide, im hoping there right, anyone here do the same?

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    I just got my P4P800 (non-deluxe) up & running yesterday - no RAID here though - just a single Raptor :D

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    p4p800 deluxe rock on!!!!!: peace2:

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    Quote Originally Posted by RDR
    I just got my P4P800 (non-deluxe) up & running yesterday - no RAID here though - just a single Raptor :D
    How far have you been able to overclock that 2.4C? The reviews all say 285fsb. I've thought about trying this combo, 2.4C with the P4P800. Is there any problem running it at 285fsb with the memory at 400? I know it wouldn't be as fast as a true 3GHz but does it hurt performance any?

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    Right out of the box with some generic ram, I have gotten the 2.4c to 250 fsb (3.o gig). My 2.6c on p4c800 is at 3.31 gig on stock cooling. Both solution keep the temp at 55C under full load for a week with no issues. Rocksolid stable.

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    Im considering one of these boards with a 2.8 800fsb Hyper CPU . What i need to know before i blow my hard earned cash is does the raid work well ??
    P4 2.8 HT ( Oced to 3 ghz )
    ASUS P4P800 Mobo
    2 x 512DDR 400mhz ( running Duel DDR )
    ATI Radeon 9800np
    2 x 80 gig Maxtors
    1 x 40 gig Fuji
    550 Antec True Control
    19" Flat Tube Mitsi Monitor
    Hercules 7.1 Forissimo Sound Card
    Hercules 5.1 Speakers
    MX700 Logitec Cordless Mouse and Keyboard
    Pioneer DVDR-RW Burner
    Liteon 52x CDRW
    Thermal Take Xaser 2 Case
    AquaMark Score: 41,000
    CM: 351 / 311 MHz

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