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Raid 0 and 4x2GB 1600MHz on MSI 770-c45.

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#1 azor7878


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Posted 12 July 2014 - 03:44 AM

Hi, i'm planning on upgrading my PC and i have some questions about what my mobo can do and how to do it.
Is this board capable of operating 4 sticks of 2GB 1600MHz ram in duble dual channel? I found some info that only 2 slots can run 1600 and other two will be slow down to 1333.
Is there a option of using 2 drives in raid 0 on this mobo? I would like to know if it's capable and how to do it, i found this:
instruction but don't really get how to actually configure this raid, also it seems to be using floppy drive which i don't own. Maybe i should purchase some cheap raid controller? But for that i wouldn't have more than $20.
Thanks for your help, here is a drive that i would like to this raid as well as my current one
my: Seagate Barracuda 500GB 7200RPM
And here is my full specyfication:
  • MSI 770-45c
  • Modecom Carbon MC530
  • Phenom II x6 2,8Ghz 1055t
  • Radeon HD5770 1gb
  • ADATA 2x2GB 1600
  • Seagate Barracuda 500GB 7200RPM


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