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 ====== SH67H3 ====== ====== SH67H3 ======
-===== How to distinguish V1 from V2 version on the [[SH67H3]] / [[SH67H7]] series? ===== +{{section>faq:software:windows#in_a_windows_7_installation_how_do_i_set_up_a_raid-1_configuration_with_two_3_tb_hard_drives&firstseconly&nofooter&noeditbutton&noreadmore}}
-Please open the XPC chassis cover: unscrew 3 thumbscrews and slide the cover backwards and upwards. The version ID is located on the mainboard as shown in the photo: \\ {{:faq:xpc_cube:sh67:sh67v1_v2.jpg?nolink&300|}}+
  
-----+===== How do I distinguish V1 from V2 version on the SH67H3 / SH67H7 series? ===== 
 +Please open the XPC chassis cover: unscrew three thumbscrews and slide the cover backwards and upwards. The version ID is located on the mainboard as shown in the photo: \\ {{:faq:xpc_cube:sh67:sh67v1_v2.jpg?nolink&300|}} 
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 +===== Does my SH67H3 support Ivy Bridge CPUs? ===== 
 +Yes, but only motherboard version 2.0 does. How to identify the motherboard version, please read [[faq:xpc_cube:sh67h3#how_to_distinguish_v1_from_v2_version_on_the_sh67h3_sh67h7_series|this FAQ]]. 
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 +If your motherboard is version 2.0, please update the BIOS to version SH67H000.2xx which will enable Ivy Bridge support. 
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 +When the BIOS is updated and your machine is running, please make sure to download and update all the drivers from our download page. 
 + 
 +===== How do I install memory modules in dual-channel mode? ===== 
 +In dual-channel mode, the memory modules transmit and receive data over two data bus lines simultaneously. Enabling dual-channel mode will enhance system performance. 
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 +The following illustrations explain the population rules for dual-channel mode: 
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 +**A** = 2 modules \\ 
 +**B** = 4 modules \\ 
 +**C** = 1 module \\ {{:faq:xpc_cube:sh67:faq_memory_sh67.jpg?nolink&500|}}
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