Tags for this Thread benchmarks , c , storage , x I expect this was using several different motherboards and not just Asus in particular. Originally Posted by tistou Seems to be a chipset issue, when i try to write incompressible data with Iometer it does the same thing if the drive isnt configured correctly. I’m talking about how it behaves vs the
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I’d say, just leave it powered on. Originally Posted by tistou In my opinion the 3 series driver is pretty good, it lacks a little bit c600/s79 sequential reads, not much though.
Or directly from drivers Intel RSte? I’m sure it was! I didn’t understand, there are better versions of drivers? I’m sure Intel has some reason for doing this and in my opinion they have done the right thing. Seems to be a chipset issue, when i try to write incompressible data with Iometer it does the same thing if the drive isnt configured correctly.
Intel X79 – Wikipedia
I agree anvil, the wording is one of the most nebulous things Ive ever read. Can it be in this thread? I expect this was using several different motherboards and not just Asus in particular. Tags for this Thread benchmarkscstoragex The problem with RSTe, comes from the rom bios? Last edited by Anvil; at This is on my system though, I’d like someone to repeat the test with similar test sizes and most importantly a lot of files.
Enermax Platimax W OS: Anyways, I’ve added an option in ASU to relax on forcing writes. All times are GMT Sorry for my english. Last edited by Computurd; at So, today I ran a test using the same drive Samsung F3 1TB and copied from another drive a folder consisting of MBs of data, files in folders.
I don’t know about the boot time, my setup takes more than a minute xhipset load so the RSTe isn’t really an issue, I power on and go get myself some coffee. Just got back to reinstalling my X79 Fatal1ty and, once again, normal RST versions don’t work at all. Hi Anvil I am glad that you’ve tested TRIM and that its working So then, here the screenshots from my X79 platform concerning the low 4k write performance: Last edited by flamenko; at No, there are only the ones you have seen.
Question is now whether installing RSTe will improve my speeds What do you say?
Intel® C600 Series Chipset and Intel® X79 Express Chipset Datasheet
I’m working on it, it has changed from earlier Intel series drivers and it is related to how write throughs are handeled. D600/x79 is your total boot time from power on and how many seconds from Windows starts loading.
You should restart the computer to make sure that the setting is in effect and that there is no caching on the files you copy! Is there a technical explanation for the problems?
Sapphire Radeon HD Sound: And it is Intel to solve the problem. This way you now have an option to have buffer flushing working, it didn’t work on earlier versions of the RST that’s why we are seeing this difference in performance. Skill Information and Support G. Well I’ll be damned