Merry Christmas from The Tech Report staff! Hail to the crab, baby. Regards Dieter alias Fernando. Neutronbeam Zak, you know you can’t validate any of the above details without first throwing Support for RAID 5 arrays has also been added to the storage controller’s arsenal, a feature that has previously only been available on the company’s Intel Edition chipsets. Only negative point, they were limited to 4GB. A key point behind this story is that memory manufacturers at that time never produced DDR1 with more than 1 GB memory.
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After that running a chkdsk would quickly show if it’s ok at filesystem level or not.
But having the right HW doesn’t solve the issue, the memory controller still needs to be correctly initialized by the BIOS. So it remains a bit a mystery to me if really that does not impact the SATA performance?!
Elchi the nostalgic Elk. It’s nice of Krogoth to fill in for Chuckula over the holidays. Customize The Tech Report Only negative point, they were limited to 4GB.
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Oh, and it overclocks like mad, too. Voltage, fan status, and temperature monitoring. Besides the hassle to get a recent driver, finally it seemed not to work at all proberly with the v2. It’s also loaded with extra peripherals and eight-phase power. I guess for all the hours I lost messing around like crazy hundreds of reboots necessary I should rather have kicked the board and the dual core CPU In fact you have to look at the history of the Athlon The SSD is regularly freezing during a couple of sec the whole system and it’s a real nightmare.
Actually I just would like to write something about what I have unsuccessfully been trying to do for many days rather nights Thanks plutomaniac for your post!
SATA doesn’t require a mode like this.
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BlueDragon Show info Posts:. Still at least there the throughput increases a bit up to fantastic MB’s for the SSD which of course could itself deliver probably up to MB’s.
Spam Netiquette Form other This post contains unwanted Spam. Well after all the mess it caused I’m not sure I would do that again A key point behind this story is that memory manufacturers at that time never produced DDR1 with more an832-sli 1 GB memory.
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Support for RAID 5 arrays has also been added to the storage controller’s arsenal, a feature that has previously only been available on the company’s Intel Edition chipsets. The north bridge serves up 18 lanes of PCI Express, 16 of which are dedicated to the board’s first x16 graphics slot. This post does not match the desired netiquette of the Forum. It could be said that it’s always running in bit mode, I guess — basically SATA transfers data in serialized packets across the interface to the drive and the eaid will just buffer the data until it has enough to ass across the PCI bus.
Therefore, it is highly advisable to enable bit Transfer Mode. Regards Dieter alias Fernando. Don’t play around like me with the 32 bit transfer setting in the BIOS Voldenuit It’s nice of Krogoth to fill in for Chuckula over the holidays. If you disable it, data transfers from the IDE controller to the processor will only occur in bits chunks.
No Interruptions Day Shortbread. Then a benchmark to check if there is a change of sequential reading performance. But whatever the drive version, the sequential transfer performance is not changing at all, though the bus could clearly do at least a little better.