Did anyone ever figure out what thumb screws work for the side cover of this case? I remember seeing a picture with thumb screws and asking the person where they got them, but I either never got a response, or didn't check this thread enough.
Well, according to the OCZ guide, I have trim enabled.
Is there a better way to enable/check the status of TRIM? AS SSD says I'm using the msahci driver, which is the Microsoft driver if I recall correctly.
Yes, please post a link! I need thumb screws for this case! It would be such a nightmare to disassemble this case at a LAN party with the tiny sidepanel screws that it comes with.
(Hopefully I wouldn't have to disassemble at a LAN, but you never know. Cables come loose during transportation...
Currently I only have pictures from one day over the summer that I took with a borrowed Rebel XSi. I'll be buying a 60D shortly though, so expect to see some more added :)
Not sure. My P5Q Pro Turbo apparently has "5+2" Sata 3GB/s ports. I'm thinking the "+2" might be 1.5GB/s ports. I'm going to try a different port in a little while.
My bad. I posted that as soon as I woke up this morning. I meant to say that my rig is a known good computer, as it worked fine...
Well, my rig is a known good SSD. Worked fine with the HDD, and still is working fine other than the SSD being slow. and I don't know anyone else who owns an SSD.
but the SSD is plugged into SATA Port 6 on my P5Q Pro Turbo. Would that make a difference? Should I rearrange and make sure it's...
My results don't look nearly as good as yours.
I wonder if I did something wrong setting it up? I installed Windows on it today in AHCI mode...I'm not sure what else is necessary. It's the same drive though, so I don't know why my numbers are so low.
Why couldn't they just make this one full ATX? It'd only have to be a tiny bit bigger. Then it would be like a PC-A05N, only better due to having more than three 3.5" bays.
I'll stick with my V354 for mATX.