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    Exclamation dos bootdisk hitachi ata7 prob/new drive choose

    trying to assemble nf4 parts without going to poorhouse

    now i cant find forumer who told me hitachi ata7 drives had feature tool problems
    but it turned me off after reliabilty was also mentioned

    however i again hunted drives
    came up with 2x maxtor plus 10 200gb 16mb cache
    [awesome benches and ncq]

    ???? for nf4 raid 0

    what do you think of
    enermax noisetaker atx2 485watt
    instead of
    enermax 535watt

    i will only have 2 hd raid0
    1 x700pro vidcard
    no web
    the 485 got good reviews
    its 14 less and the hard drives are 49x2 more dinero

    or should i just go for broke

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    • herulach's system
      • Motherboard:
      • MSI Z97 MPower
      • CPU:
      • i7 4790K
      • Memory:
      • 8GB Vengeance LP
      • Storage:
      • 1TB WD Blue + 250GB 840 EVo
      • Graphics card(s):
      • 2* Palit GTX 970 Jetstream
      • PSU:
      • EVGA Supernova G2 850W
      • Case:
      • CM HAF Stacker 935, 2*360 Rad WC Loop w/EK blocks.
      • Operating System:
      • Windows 8.1
      • Monitor(s):
      • Crossover 290HD & LG L1980Q
      • Internet:
      • 120mb Virgin Media
    Ill try to help, but that post really doesnt make sense.

    Good choice of PSu, personally id drop one of the hard drives and get an x800, youll notice far more performance difference than with raid 0.

    For a board you cant go wrong with the Epox 9NPA+

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