I did try to run some Anvil BM’s with different drivers but something went astray on W8. Windows will probably tell you it’s not for that HW but will let you install it anyways. I almost forgot, SMART does not work like it used to, not sure what has changed, maybe it’s due to that drives look to be handled differently. I went to device manager to update driver, the updater would not look at the irst installer but would accept the x64 file. You would think with this being based off of a server chipset that it would be UBER
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Intel Intel Corporation C/X79 series chipset 6-Port SATA AHCI Controller – Citrix XenServer HCL
Started playing c600/x799 a little today. Intel Core i7 K 4. I’m still not sure why the Samsungs under-performed sequentially on the new chipset but having tested a Crucial m4 I’m confident that it’s something that can be fixed.
Computurd I think it’s early days yet, I’m getting very good vibes from this combo, it feels like a 6 core K, and then some. All times are GMT The option to change this setting is only available from the Array Properties pane.
Last edited by Anvil; at Not to worried, still lost in all those bios settings for the chip. I do not have the windows cache buffer box ticked. I tried Anvil’s suggestion above but it doesn’t seem to give any consistency whatsoever, in terms of writes.
Results 1 to 25 of Your random results looks pretty decent but the 16QD Threads should normally have been higher.
The performance seemed very similar to what was had with Slip-streaming or keeping the drivers on a USB drive will both work, Slip-streaming is probably the better option. New RSTe version up on station drivers First, they have changed things a bit this time, there is a new series of both “hardware” and software and it is not compatible with the older platforms. Last Jump to page: Disk data cache can be Enabled or Disabled. Had to reboot twice. Till now on my x79 the writes have been some what low, here are my new results So, W7 was installed onto a Samsung GB and the initial benchmark was a huge disappointment.
I downloaded the new 11 series irst from station drivers. So these are normal speeds? I went to device manager to update driver, the updater would not look at the irst installer but would accept the x64 file.
Same thing with as ssd, writes are just nerfed quite a bit. Last edited by Lord Micron; at I think better drivers will alleviate most if not all of this. Windows will probably tell you it’s not for that HW but will let you install it anyways. Without ticking write buffer flushing the m4 performed poorly on writes but intell better vs the Samsung?
Intel® C600 Series Chipset/Intel® X79 Express Chipset: Datasheet
Up on Intel now Anvil Skill Memory Products G. This action is only available from the Array Properties pane because the data cache must be in the same state across all disks that are part of a single array.
These are by far the best scores yet on my x Back on the enterprise drivers again. Thanks for the link. You would think with this being based off of a server chipset that it would be UBER