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skulstation 26th December 2009 19:47

vraagje ivm prestintie intel x25-m
 
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hey

eerst en voor al prettige feeste voor iedereen.

hen mij vadaag op nieuw speelgoed getrakteert en het is en intel x25-m ssd geworden.

nu is mijn vraag welke raid controler zou het beste passen als er volgende maand nog en 2 bij komt.
zijn de prestaties dat ik krijg wel goed?heb nog al en groot dal in het begin

eerste test op blackopss ich9r

jmke 26th December 2009 21:35

use the Intel raid controller , suffices, install Intel Storage manager, and be sure to enable cache writeback in the options for a noticeable performance boost

the numbers you have for single disk are good :) as the drive get filled , performance will be slightly lower, but never slow

JimmyJump 27th December 2009 02:19

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Originally Posted by jmke (Post 251332)
use the Intelenable cache writeback

Are SDD's as 'sensitive' to power failures with the cache 'on' as standard P/S-ata HD's? Or is the 'cache writeback' on a SSD not the same as the cache on other drivess...

jmke 27th December 2009 09:57

wouldn't know honestly, have powered off Win7 with RAID-0 of SSDs by pulling the plug, no data was lost

the setting might impact last minute writes, but the payoff in extra performance is worth it

wutske 27th December 2009 09:58

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Originally Posted by JimmyJump (Post 251334)
Are SDD's as 'sensitive' to power failures with the cache 'on' as standard P/S-ata HD's? Or is the 'cache writeback' on a SSD not the same as the cache on other drivess...

Isn't cache writeback an OS tweak to improve performance by caching write actions in the memory ? I remember Win98 had this cach writeback feature for floppy drives :D (afaik it didn't improve anything, it only reduced the time the copy dialog was visible thus only giving the idea that writing actions were performed faster)

jmke 27th December 2009 10:07

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Isn't cache writeback an OS tweak to improve performance by caching write actions in the memory ?
yes :)
that's why Jimmy asks if there's a risk of data loss during a sudden powerdown :D

skulstation 27th December 2009 10:31

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Originally Posted by jmke (Post 251332)
use the Intel raid controller , suffices, install Intel Storage manager, and be sure to enable cache writeback in the options for a noticeable performance boost

the numbers you have for single disk are good :) as the drive get filled , performance will be slightly lower, but never slow

ik kan de intel storage manager niet instaleren.
hoe kan ik zonder die manager kijken of cach writeback is ingeschakelt?

jmke 27th December 2009 11:13

? where did you download it from?

skulstation 27th December 2009 11:18

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Originally Posted by jmke (Post 251341)
? where did you download it from?

nergens.staat op de cd van mijn moederbord

jmke 27th December 2009 11:27

why can't you install it? what OS are you running?


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