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  1. Posts : 5
    Windows 7 Build 7229 x64, Windows Ultimate x64, Windows Home Basic x32
       #991

    Mine:




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  2. Posts : 918
    Windows 7 Professional, Windows Longhorn 4074
       #992

    That looks like gibberish. What language is that?
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    Linux (Debian, Android)
       #993

    Pl4y3rX said:
    Mine:




    Is this with everything (CPU,GPU,RAM) stock clocks?
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    Windows 7 Build 7229 x64, Windows Ultimate x64, Windows Home Basic x32
       #994

    Firestrider said:
    Is this with everything (CPU,GPU,RAM) stock clocks?
    Yes, stock clocks.

    ikilledkenny said:
    That looks like gibberish. What language is that?
    It's Polish language =D :P.
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  5. Posts : 4,573
       #995

    From the Antman...


    Twin Raptor 74s in RAID0 is my slow part? NO! The keyboard is
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    Windows 7 Professional, Windows Longhorn 4074
       #996

    No wonder I couldn't understand it!

    I speak English, Spanish, and Idiot.
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    Windows 7 Professional, Windows Longhorn 4074
       #997

    Antman said:
    Twin Raptor 74s in RAID0 is my slow part? NO! The keyboard is
    Can you do RAID 0+1? I know the Mac Pro can.
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  8. Posts : 4,573
       #998

    Ask the Antman what time it is...


    ikilledkenny said:
    Can you do RAID 0+1? I know the Mac Pro can.
    The Intel Matrix controller will do RAID10 (a RAID0 made of two RAID1s). I have a 4 port HighPoint RocketRAID 2300 w/RAID5 that I backup (straight copy, no compression) to regularly.

    I keep nothing irreplacable on my OS volume(s). All temp and most log files write out to a separate volume, but I have yet to master the C:\Users concept in it's entirety as I skipped Vista after paying $240 for it as an early adopter. So, I still have a lot of I/O to the sysvol that I need to tweak out.

    BTW, the RAID5 is comprised of 4x 500GB drives. I will upgrade the controller to one with at least 8 ports and go RAID6 on 8x 500GB drives soon. Soon, that is, as my 16 month baby girl gets out of college.

    Ask the Antman what time it is, and he will tell you how to build a watch.
    Last edited by Antman; 18 Jun 2009 at 14:43. Reason: RAID6 on 8 drives
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  9. Posts : 4,573
       #999

    ikilledkenny said:
    Can you do RAID 0+1? I know the Mac Pro can.
    Dammit! You are making me think!

    RAID10 reads faster than RAID0. I do have 4 WD 250s that I could config as RAID10. But that would leave me with two Raptor 74s without an application. Unless, I RAID0 them as the page/temp volume. But, the Intel Matrix controller only supports 4 disks, so I would have to put the Raptors on the JMicron controller, which only has two SATA ports OR two IDE ports. So, I would have to mount my ODD drives externally. But, I could put USB adapters on them and run them off the internal USB ports with some creative wiring.

    Looks like an all-nighter
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  10. Posts : 918
    Windows 7 Professional, Windows Longhorn 4074
       #1000

    I don't know that much about RAID :).

    This is what I know:
    RAID0 is for speed demons
    RAID1 is for space hogs
    RAID0+1 is RAID0 and RAID1 combined.
    RAID5 is able to be done using Windows, though I don't know what it is.


    I'll read the Wikipedia article some day.
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