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Dam.....can't believe I didn't think of that!!!Is it booting when you're hearing this? If so, unplug speaker. lol
Yes....behind/lacking knowledge...I don't deal with RAID much, but, isn't VMD an NVMe RAID thing? Aren't your RAIDed drives attached to the SATA ports?
Not sure what you're saying here... are you saying that RAIDing NVMe drives is resource intensive and not worth it? I agree it's not worth it (for speed, unless you're frequently dealing with large files, of course), but it's not resource intensive... if that's what you meant.YES....Raid will be SATA but I havent't quite leaned enough to see if it's a benefit to PCIE......seems resourse intensive so that would not be a good thing but I'm still learning what I have missed ....
So are you saying disable write-cache buffer flushing? Will that instruct all changes to be commited to both drives immediately?Disable it? You run RAID1 for redundancy, not for speed anyway. RAID0 has striping and is for speed. Aren't you only reading files off it anyway so performance shouldn't really be a concern?
The Raid 1 is used for my personal data (pictures, videos, payments etc).Disable it? You run RAID1 for redundancy, not for speed anyway. RAID0 has striping and is for speed. Aren't you only reading files off it anyway so performance shouldn't really be a concern?
Interesting. I didn't know that was possible (other than maybe just turning it off). I don't recall seeing any BIOS settings for my Aorus X570 onboard RGB.I dont touch that malwar.... oops, software. Sorry. On my asus board I control the lighting through through the bios.