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    Core i3-2100 ECC memory?

    47.00 for the G530 190.00 for the ASUS P8B-M (rebate right now on that board) 20.00 for 2 GB of DDR3 ECC RAM
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    Core i3-2100 ECC memory?

    As a follow up, I wound up buying the Asus P8B-M 204 board, put my G530 CPU and ECC RAM in it, and it works fine.
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    Core i3-2100 ECC memory?

    I found a couple of places selling the G530 installed in servers with ECC memory. So I will assume this is not an issue and that dac7 is just misinformed. Also to assist anyone else that was looking like me to what processors should work with ECC in the 204 and 206 (not sure on 202) boards...
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    Core i3-2100 ECC memory?

    So what is the real answer?? Some say absolutely not. Others say they are doing it. The Super Micro manual for the SUPERMICRO MBD-X9SCL-O Lists: CPU Single Intel® Xeon E3-1200 series, 2nd generation Intel Core® i3, Pentium®, Celeron® processor in an LGA 1155 socket. I was planning on...
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    Corsair Giveaway - Force Series™ GT 180GB Solid-State Hard Drive

    I need a Corsair SSD for those FAST boot times!
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    Seasonic Platinum-1000 Drawing

    Great quality and price.
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    Enermax Platimax 850W Drawing!!!!!!!!!!

    I would use the Enermax Platimax 850. High quality modular PS, good efficiency based on reviews I have read.
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    Slow read performance with SAMBA over Gigabit - any ideas?

    64 bit beta of Total Commander is out. After testing I get full expected speed from a SMB/CIFS share down to a workstation now. From workstation to SMB/CIFS I average around 105 Megabytes per second, from SMB/CIFS down to workstation I average 85 Megabytes per second. This is with the 64 bit...
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    Slow read performance with SAMBA over Gigabit - any ideas?

    I tried as a test last night running a VM in Vmware on the 64 bit machine, the VM was 32 bit Windows 7 and Total commander was able to get almost full read speed through the SAMBA server. (Around 70 MB/sec) And if I went back to the host OS and ran TC and did a copy speed was hovering at 35-36...
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    Slow read performance with SAMBA over Gigabit - any ideas?

    Yes, it is, I can only comment on my experience with SMB2 in how it relates to writes.(since at the time that I was testing SMB2 my reads were not at full speed I can't really determine if it really did anything..) I will be able to comment on if SMB2 impacts my reads when I go back to 3.6.0...
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    Slow read performance with SAMBA over Gigabit - any ideas?

    SMB2 made no difference for me either on my writes. I was going to re-test with SMB2 and AIO (asynchronous I/O support) when I get a chance. AIO is supposed to increase performance, but when I tested before I also noticed no difference. I am currently back to running 3.5.4 and no...
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    Slow read performance with SAMBA over Gigabit - any ideas?

    I figured out my problem! I have been using Total Commander for my copy tests. I have been using TC for a long time and never had issues with it in the past so I never suspected it.. After seeing john4200 refer to CDM I ran a benchmark against the network drives and my read performance...
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    Slow read performance with SAMBA over Gigabit - any ideas?

    Thanks for the details, going to try Ubuntu 10.10 then next just to see, what the heck.. I have only been using RedHat based distros so far.
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    Slow read performance with SAMBA over Gigabit - any ideas?

    Yes my test box (windows 7 build is an Intel NIC, that IS on the PCI express bus) I tried other NIC's without any change also. The Server I have tested two different types of NIC's. (Intel 82566DM & I82573L both on PCI Express bus) I have tried different Kernel's but not a different...
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    Slow read performance with SAMBA over Gigabit - any ideas?

    Is this from memory, or do you have in front of you a Linux Samba server on your network that you are sustaining (not just a minute or two) those rates from the server on a Windows 7 client? If so do you mind posting your smb.conf, kernel rev, and other details like your sysctl.conf if you...
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