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still going on my 980x at 4.275ghz
it was stating so in my bios and in my OS. I turned off the pc, rebooted, and it came back to 24gb. I'm still looking to upgrade either way...
damnit. so I checked this thread randomly after not being on hardforum for years. and guess what, my x58 asus board with a 980x is reporting 16gb...
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that's exactly what I do! x58, sata ssd, boots into my fusion-io slc 160gb. haha, you nailed my setup.
please post the software that can encode x264 on a gpu in linux
this on its own is a ridiculous idea. in 1000 years, they'll store all 40pb on a single "hard drive", what hard drives are in the future. you only...
I don't purchase intel ssds, but I would be more than happy to try overclocking an ssd.
nothing. I plugged them in and that was it.
it really should have no problem, I went from 9260 to 9265 with no issue. my only advice would be to keep trying.
you won't have issues with overheating, just make sure your graphics card doesnt' get in the way and it will be fine
9260-4i with fastpath
buy a fusion-io card on ebay, they are cheaper there
LSI can boot, I doubt they have any compatibility issues with samsung. they can definitely handle 8 - 16 raid arrays. get fastpath as well.
I don't think there's any point in changing from raid to AHCI if you run a single disk.
longer, and you have to reconfigure everything. (and it shows you had absolutely ZERO backup plan in place). I don't see what the point of backing...
there is no drive in existence that out performs the read 4k QD1 on fusion-io iodrives.
I've seen quite a few pci-e reviews of the enterprise...
I do use over provisioning. I took 60gb drives and made them 50gb because I didn't have access to trim in the raid array they were placed in....
it depends what you want
if you want the fastest 512b / 4k queue depth 1 experience, fusion io, hands down.
double post, continue on
you have to be careful, some firmware updates can be destructive
you can just split your drives and update them on another computer and put them...
when it dies
I have to run my LSI cards in the first slot always. needs to be in 8x mode. it's possible your graphics card is negotiating for 16 lanes and then...
exactly half, but reading is more important than writing. combined, they will be equal.
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too bad the read performance on a 64gb m4 and a 128gb m4 is exactly the same
except they are full of it. smaller ssds only have performance issues on writing, not reading.
and considering you have a limit of 3gb/s, you...
raid your ssds.
they will be faster than a single drive in all scenarios when it comes to reading.
the implications are nothing.
all of the commands are installed like gcp or something to avoid conflicts.
if you thin provision, you have to trim to get the space back
purchasing 4 raid controllers for 32 disks is the most ridiculous post I have ever seen here.
some higher controllers can support something like...
10gb is a waste, if you must connect multiple machines together at faster than 1gb speeds, get infiniband for much less and better performance....
try to rma
being an agility 3, you have async nand, it does not perform well on AS. run CDM, with 0 fill and you will see your advertised numbers.
you can use a red drive as a main hard drive. it's slow, but you can still do it.
the pci-e drive you are looking at is a raid done for you. they take ssds and combine them on the card. you are better off purchasing individual...
I have also used imdisk, it is pretty good
lol. only review I could find for a velo...
for reference, the fusion-io card cost me $650 for the 160gb. it was the lowest I had ever seen it.