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Abit TH7II "screwy raid"

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dood_dk

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Here`s the thing..i set up my hpt370 for raid 0 with 2 Seagate Barracuda IV 40 gb drives. All well and good, i could install windows and all that but my problem is this. The array shows up as a 76gb drive and they only show as ata66. I`ve used Seagate`s tool to determine how the drives are set up and that says ata100, the highpoint setup says udma4 (ata66) and won`t let me change to udma5 (ata100). The highpoint utility in windows says the same. Add to that my lousy benchmark scores and i would say something is definately wrong.....any ideas?
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ELBARTO66

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I can only say, that the Barracudas have always problems with raid. I´ve never heard of a raid-system that runs fine with Barracuda IV hdd´s.
Sorry
 
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dood_dk

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They ran fine off a promise controller on a P3TDDE so i dont think its the drives,
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mahniex

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I have an ABIT TH7II RAID on RAID 0 with a seagate IV (60GB) and an IBM GXP60 and it works fine for me being recognised as over 114 GB in Win XP
 

stevo

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Help,I have the same problem on my Bd7. Bios says in configuration for the raid control that DMA can be set for 100 but every time I enter it it won't enter anything higher than udma 4 (66). Same problem in windows with raid administrator,says set to DMA 100 and reboot,but everytime settings remain at ata 66
what gives????:eek: