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8800GTS is already on the cards, so Ill ignore point 1.



I may just relay two 450W PSUs together, because I have spare PSUs coming out of my cough. Itd be a pain having 3 power cords running into my computer Main PSU, booster PSU and Switchmode for Peltier but once its set up, should be okay.



After reading some THG guides, I actually did settle for Corsair XMS2 DDR2800, 44412 memory. Will mount a fan on top of it, and see how fast I can get it. With any luck to 1033 or above anyway?



Im gonna ask you to check a few obvious things first, in case they were overlooked.



1 I presume both the integrated RAID controllers are seen by BIOS as a SCSI bootable device which one does it try to boot from first? Are you sure its not rebooting because its finding no bootable MBR on it? Can you fdisk the drive and sys it to make it bootable?



2 Have you upgraded the BIOS on the Highpoint RAID card?



Personally, never had an issue with the HP RAID cards. I did have to constantly About once every 2 months rebuild my RAID 5 array, but that stopped when I upgraded my PSU from 450 to 550 watts. I shudder to think what would have happened if I used RAID 0 instead and didnt figure it out fast enough.



Anyway, good luck, let me know how you go in either thread or in PM. I dont know how it is seen, I presume as a SCSI boot device because thats the way the device manager sees it. I dont know which one is trying to boot first. Im thinking that both of them are trying to boot at the same time. In the Gigabyte MB bios, the bios is telling the integrated raid controller to boot the system. But the HP bios has also set its raid array to boot the system. I looked to see if I could reset it not to try to boot. Although the HP instruction book says that this is ignored if the MB bios tells it to boot from some other array or device. I do not want to boot from the HP controller. 1.0 to 1.01



You said that you upgraded your PS for 450 to 550 watts. It was also a concern from another member of the forum. I have a 500 watt PS. So that I would not buy a PS that I may not need was to disconnect two other hard drives and a cd rom. That should have given me more then enough power to run two drives in a raid 0 configuration. Or, does running in a raid 0 setup use up a lot more power?



I also talked to a tech at Compusa and he thought it might be a bad drive. Like I said in my previous memo, I thought it might be drives that are not compatibly with the HP card or a bad HP bios when it came to booting the system. However, I reformatted the drives from the OS when the drives were not plugged into the PH raid card. So, individually the drives are ok, just not together on the raid card. I think.



Do you have any suggestions as to what threads might also be able to help me, or any help outside of Tomshardware?



I would recommend you building your own computer. This way you get to control your budget better, and possibly higher performance with the same budget.



I would say get a midranged SLi motherboard now. Personally I like ASUS better, so I would recommend you P5NE SLi featuring 650i. However, if you like Intels P965 better, Gigabytes also a good choice.



The reason being, if youre not going to buy a Penryn anytime soon, current generation motherboard should suit you just fine. I would advice you against P35 because its the only motherboard on the market now with Penryn support maybe others will work too, but so far this is the official chipset supporting Penryn.



As for the RAM, 800Mhz should be fine. Of course unless your budget is loose, or 1066Mhz Ram drop like crazy. The place I work for just received the first yes, one DDR2 1066Mhz. 2Gb of them would cost 450USD, as opposed to 100+/ for 2Gb 800Mhz.



As for GPU, 8800GTS 320Mb should be fine, if you keep your games at 1600x1200 or below. An extra 20bucks would get you the superclocked ones, and youll get a decent improvement over the vanilla ones.



As for HDD, two HD running in RAID 5 should be sufficient to store all of your files. You wont get much improvement from RAID 0 unless you use Raptors of course, so one 500Gb HDD should be fine. They cost about 120 USD now.



If all goes well, a 600W PSU should be sufficient, or even a 500W one if you dont plan on OCing. Im using normal 500W, with OCed E6700, two HDD, watercooling device, four fans, and a 8800 GTS SC. Everyt coach outlet hing works like a charm, and yours should too.



The reason being, if youre not going to buy a Penryn anytime soon, current generation motherboard should suit you just fine. I would adv coach outlet ice you against P35 because its the only motherboard on the market now with Penryn support maybe others will work too, but so far this is the official chipset supporting Penryn.



Is that a bad thing? Ive ordered it, but it hasnt been processed, so I can still cancel. I know first gen chipsets are usually less stable and lower performance than later chipsets, but this isnt a whole new a coach outlet rchitecture, isnt it the next generation P965/975?



The reason being, if youre not going to buy a Penryn anytime soon, current generation motherboard should suit you just fine. I would advice you against P35 because its the only motherboard on the market now with Penryn support maybe others will work too, but so far this is the official chipset supporting Penryn.



Is that a bad thing? Ive ordered it, but it hasnt been processed, so I can still cancel. I know first gen chipsets are usually less stable and lower performance than later chipsets, but this isnt a whole new architecture, isnt it the next generation P965/975?Well its not exactly a bad thing. Its just that personally I would like to have 34 competitor chipsets from other firms, and pick the one that suit my need best.



Just my personal preference I guess. However, if Intel later released a chipset thats vastly superior than P35, then youll be hitting your head on the table coach outlet

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