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    Re: from intel 320 raid 0 to crucial m4 raid 0

    Don't forget to enable Write Caching.

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    Re: from intel 320 raid 0 to crucial m4 raid 0

    Quote Originally posted by OrionCheung View Post
    Welcome to:
    Asynchronous vs. Synchronous NAND Flash SSD Performance

    OCZ Agility 3 = Asynchronous
    vs.
    OCZ Vertex 3 = Synchronous
    and also IOPS... ok ok.. it is really because of "Asynchronous vs. Synchronous"


    NAND Flash Faces Off - Synchronous vs. Asynchronous
    http://www.hardocp.com/article/2011/...asynchronous/2

    You could read more here:
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/storage-...rformance.html

    Spread sheet on the drive using Async, and Sync Nand SSD, that some one made:
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...lLTdNQVE#gid=0
    I'll read through them in a bit, how about the Vertex 3 vs the ForceGT from benchmarks they have a huge gap in 4k read/write speeds.. 4k random read/write is OS/Gaming operations?

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    Re: from intel 320 raid 0 to crucial m4 raid 0

    Quote Originally posted by valtterieranen View Post
    Quick, someone install Supercache and post LUDICROUS SPEEDS!
    Was just thinking that but I am 4500 miles away from my PC!

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    Re: from intel 320 raid 0 to crucial m4 raid 0

    Quote Originally posted by darkblade088 View Post
    I'll read through them in a bit, how about the Vertex 3 vs the ForceGT from benchmarks they have a huge gap in 4k read/write speeds.. 4k random read/write is OS/Gaming operations?
    I am guessing that some was using Intel nand chip, Toshiba nana chip, and some are using Micron. Looking at this chart:
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...lLTdNQVE#gid=0
    Last edited by OrionCheung; May 6, 2012 at 14:41.

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    Re: from intel 320 raid 0 to crucial m4 raid 0

    The RST 11.5 alpha drivers (11.5.0.1149) are out and they are giving noticable gains for a lot of people including one of my backup rigs with two Vertex 3 Max IOPS in raid 0. I gained about 15-18% across the board in ATTO. Unfortunately these drivers do not have the TRIM support in them; intel says the next release will. Keep in mind they are alpha drivers and they have caused issue for some so load them knowing they can cause issues and heartache. Fernando has a set he put together with the drivers and eRST control panel that work together and is the one I am using.

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    Re: from intel 320 raid 0 to crucial m4 raid 0

    Hey Orcass could you post a link? Can't find this build anywhere.

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    Re: from intel 320 raid 0 to crucial m4 raid 0

    Quote Originally posted by Thresher View Post
    Curious...Are you running that on your mobo's controller or something else?
    mobo's controller z68

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    right on.

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    Re: from intel 320 raid 0 to crucial m4 raid 0

    Quote Originally posted by alaskan_thunder View Post
    Catch up!

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    Hi there guys,

    What's your setup for 1k read and 1k write?

    Would you tell me if having 2x Crucial m4 128gb w/ latest firm and getting 400-450mb on write and 950-980 in read it's ok? The mobo is an asrock extreme 4m

    Thanks^^

    P.D.: Gonna upload my atto screenie tomorrow

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