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Windows 7: SSD RAID scaling under Windows 7

06 Jul 2009   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
SSD RAID scaling under Windows 7

What can you expect when you get your new Windows 7 install working with those crisp new solid state hard drives? SSD drives are not what they used to be already. And just how is that Intel ICH10R chipset serving you?

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06 Jul 2009   #2


I wonder if they disabled staggered spin-up on the drives, at least in the Highpoint controller - you have no control on the ICH10R and I have no idea if they do or not do a staggered spin-up. I'm assuming SSDs don't have that initial power suck from getting their motor up-&-running and heading out on the data highway, looking for adventure ...
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07 Jul 2009   #3

Windows 7 Professional x64

That's interesting. Thanks Airbot
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