EVGA Z97 CLASSIFIED MARVELL SATA DRIVER DETAILS:
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EVGA Z97 CLASSIFIED MARVELL SATA DRIVER
Probe It Header 9. Marvell Sata 6G Ports PCI-E Slot 8x Front Panel Connectors Chassis Rear Panel Connectors 1.
Analog EVGA Z97 Classified Marvell SATA Output Jacks 3. Hold the processor only by the edges and do not touch the bottom of the processor. Use the following procedure to install the CPU onto the motherboard: Remove the plastic protective socket cover by pulling it straight up. Be sure not to damage any of the pins inside the socket. Unhook the socket lever by pushing down and away from the socket. Pull the socket lever back and the load plate will lift. Open the load plate and make sure not to damage any of the pins inside the socket.
After removing the CPU socket cover, it is recommended to store it in case you ever need to transport your motherboard. If you ever remove the CPU, it is highly recommended EVGA Z97 Classified Marvell SATA reinstall the socket cover 12 Align the notches on the CPU to the notches in the socket. Lower the processor straight down into the socket.
Make sure the CPU is fully seated and level in the socket. Lower the load plate so it is resting on the CPU. Carefully lock the lever back into place.
There must be at least one memory slot populated to ensure normal operation. It is required to populate slot 1 first. The board will not boot if slot 1 is not populated. Use the following procedure to install DIMMs. Note that there is only one gap near the center of the DIMM slots.
EVGA Z97 Classified Specs and Initial Installation (Part 1) - PDF
This slot matches the slot on the DIMM to ensure the component is installed properly. Unlock a DIMM slot by pressing the module clips on both sides outward. Refer to the memory manufacturer EVGA Z97 Classified Marvell SATA for the recommended memory timings. For overclocking support you can visit our forums: Operation is subject to the following two conditions: These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the manufacturer s instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
The grey port in the lower right of the audio riser is a dedicated headphone port. EVGA also includes a rear panel port enclosure that fits over the entire rear panel assembly, fixed to the board via the two mounting screw holes on either side of the rear panel area.
EVGA was able to accommodate 8x bandwidth in tri and quad-card operation using a PLX bridge chip sitting underneath the heat sink to the right of the PCI-Express slot area of the board. The audio subsystem components are located above the PCI-Express slots.
EVGA integrated a Creative Labs Core3D audio chipset into the board, as well as discrete headphone amp and preamp chips, to provide superior audio fidelity, Even though their is no PCB separator line evident, the audio components are electrically isolated from the rest of the board components to minimize distortion and interference between the audio subsystem and the other integrated board components. Notice that the PCI-Express power connector is rotated 90 degrees, pointing out towards the outer edge of the board, so that the cable site parallel to the plane of the board when engaged. The 6-pin power connector accepts a six pin video power connector from the system system PSU to provide extra power to the PCI-Express x16 slots when EVGA Z97 Classified Marvell SATA multiple video cards with the board.
Notice that the fan header is rotated 90 degrees, pointing out towards the outer edge of the board, so that the cable sits parallel to the plane of the board when engaged. Note that the port is controlled by an on board Marvell controller chip.
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The heat sink is matte-black with a the Classified series logo along the right side on a dark chrome metal strip. All ports have been rotated 90 degrees, EVGA Z97 Classified Marvell SATA out towards the outer edge of the board, so that the cables sit parallel to the plane of the board when engaged. The six SATA ports to the left of the port block are tied to the Intel Z97 chipset controller, while the two right-most ports are tied to the Marvell controller. Note that the primary and secondary SATA ports are located at the left side of the port block.
6x SATA 3/6G ( MB/s) data transfer rate. - Support for RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 0+1, RAID 5, AND RAID - Supports hot plug. 2x SATA3/6G Marvell 88E So do I have a bad MB?
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