Matt3 All noise, no signal. Posted August 9, Could something else be at fault? Edited August 10, by Michal Soltys. Matt3 Premium Member Sep Posted August 24,
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My Googling hasn’t turned up anything informative yet.
It’s pretty decent, and contrarty to i. Posted August 24, Join Date Mar Icg9r In terms of capabilities I’m only going to do mirroring, so as far as I know it’s a tie.
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I’d hate to copy all the data over again, it took forever. The Gigabyte Jmicron controller is too laggy!
Sign in with Google. Which ic9hr me to: I have my swap file on D: Pretty sure I’m experiencing the exact same thing More than likely you’re hitting a performance barrier on the ICH9-R.
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No I’m not kidding.
Did a bunch of reading on the JMB controller, and others are having the same problems across the board Most Active Forum Topics this week I would think the Tb drives would be your faster bet, with larger cache and data speeds.
Widespread Centurylink Outage this morning Video doorbell without WiFi? But yeah, sounds like you would just really have to test each set, on each controller.
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The way to avoid this problem is to remove the drivers before disconnecting the HD from the old mother board. Do i have to reformat the drive when i switch motherboards? I’ll rephrase what I wrote: Edited January 29, by I don’t know what RAID controller Gigabyte has used, nor whether it’s connected via PCI or PCIe even chips on the motherboard have to use a bus of some sort to connect to the chipsetbut the Intel controller is a known quantity, more or less guaranteed to be supported by every flavour of OS available, and because it’s integrated into the chipset, it’s not restricted by bandwidth or latency on the PCI or PCIe bus, so may give you slightly higher transfer rates than the Gigabyte especially if the latter is ich9 to the chipset using the PCI bus.