ASUS MAXIMUS IV EXTREME-Z JMICRON SATA DRIVER DETAILS:
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ASUS MAXIMUS IV EXTREME-Z JMICRON SATA DRIVER
All heat sinks share a common heat pipe.
The voltage regulation circuitry is covered by passive heat-sinks connected by a heat pipe. Despite the presence of heat sinks, the board can take almost any aftermarket cooler without breaking a sweat. We tested our setup with a HR and had no problems installing it.
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For proper operation, please ensure to update Intel Rapid Storage Technology driver to version Update procedure for users needing Intel Smart Response Technology: On which SATA to connect him? Moving past the LN2 Mode switch, we have 9 voltage check points.
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We also have three buttons in this vicinity, Start, Reset, and the Go button. The final four switches just above the voltage check points are for the PCIe X16 expansion slots.
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The manual says that two of the rear ports are connected directly to one of the NEC controllers, while the other six ports located at the rear panel and the two ports for the case front panel are shared. It would be great if the manufacturer had used a ASUS Maximus IV Extreme-Z JMicron SATA color on the two ports that are not shared.
Don't use the Marvell ports for the OS. If you don't have any drives hooked into them, unistall the drivers, and disable them in BIOS.
Finally got far enough to set up the Raid 0 and k stripe size, but no matter what i've messed with everything in BIOS relating to it When win 7 start up prior to log in screen, when the colored dots form the windows logo, thats when it BSOD's on me. Ive tried moving the SSD with the OS on it to marvell controller, and back onto the intel ports, to no avail.
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I would also turn off Marvell and JMicron (after installing the latest drivers). Maximus IV Extreme Z that we need to change the SATA to RAID.
ROG Maximus IV Extreme-Z brings max. tweakability on Intel Z68 platform. It features Mem *1: These SATA ports are for data hard drivers only.