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Kawasaki 1

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  1. Do you have multiple hard drives connected when installing Windows? If so, just have one drive hooked up through the entire windows setup process, then add the other drive when you have the OS up and running. Definately go with the diags for the HDD if you tried installing with just one drive and still get the same error.
  2. Give me a good ole ice cold Coors Light (used to live in Denver :drool: ) or a Long Island
  3. Well, just for crap and giggles did you try running memtest on all sticks? Your right, it's very unlikely that all 4 sticks went bad, but maybe one or two of them went bad? Try more testing before RMA'ing the board. Change timings, voltage, run memtest on each stick, the with two sticks and then with the other two sticks. I'm sure they ran great before, but sometimes everything just needs a little troubleshooting.
  4. Raphie, do what Thunda suggested and also have you tried running OCCT?
  5. Yes, always go with BIOS over a windows program.
  6. The only difference you should see with the raptor is data transfer to the actual raptor from another drive. It will fly.
  7. You are right. That was just a bad decision by someone at newegg to cancel it after they said it would be taken care of. They should have honored that no matter what to keep the customer.
  8. Well, you have to know how to handle the situation with UPS to get your money, as with every other shipping co. I myself used to work for a major shipping company like UPS for 10+ years, so I know how everything works. I have recieved money back from UPS before because of a shipment being damaged, but I guess that is where my experience comes in.
  9. Yeah, I have one. Found alot of old friends on there.
  10. Like I said, it was crappy that newegg did that to him and someone higher up in newegg probably saw the ticket for the replacement and thought, why should we pay for something that UPS damaged and then canceled it. Yeah, someone from Newegg should have notified him that it was being canceled but what you are saying is that if I purchased something from you in perfect condition, you shipped it to me in perfect condition box and all. When it arrived at my door there was a hole in the box and a dent in the side cover and I contacted you to replace it, you would more than likely tell me that I would need to contact UPS. I know I would not replace it. Plus, everything that is shipped by UPS has a minimum of $100 insurance, so it would not have been a problem. So, with that being said, I apologize for the highjack of the thread, but I just don't see the logic behind some of your answers on that. Newegg should have contacted him on that, but hey, these things happen because no one is perfect.
  11. You also have to consider the burn in time for the AS5. Your temps will be higher at first until it sets in. I can't remember how many hours it is, but 1 week of being on 24/7 should do the trick I would think.
  12. Hmm, well I would hook it up straight through the PSU with the molex and not the 3 pin on the MB so it doesn't "steal" any power from other power hungry parts on the MB. Just me though. It probably doesn't matter, but I would just like knowing it's directly on the PSU and not on the MB.
  13. Hows that PSU treating you. I know your loving it . Glad everything is working out well for you with your new DFI.
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