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       #1801

    Hello Giac, welcome to Seven Forums!



    I'm sure someone here will have an answer for you.
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  2. Posts : 458
    Windows 7 7600 x64 (16385) Ultimate,Windows Vista x64 Ultimate
       #1802

    KMoore4318 said:

    agree those Intel ssd's are great, 2 Intel SSD's in raid 0 outperform 3 OCZ Vertex's in raid 0.
    I need a little more OC, but Win 7 doesn't inable my USB keyboard until after it's passed the Bios enter screen, so until I get a regulay keyboard, I'm locked out of Bios.
    can you get hold of a PS2 keyboard? there will more than likely be a setting somewhere in the bios 'usb keyboard support' or something along those lines, hopefully if there is and you enable it it may fix your issue. i know both my 790i boards have that setting somewhere in them.
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  3. Posts : 75
    Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
       #1803

    bloke said:
    KMoore4318 said:

    agree those Intel ssd's are great, 2 Intel SSD's in raid 0 outperform 3 OCZ Vertex's in raid 0.
    I need a little more OC, but Win 7 doesn't inable my USB keyboard until after it's passed the Bios enter screen, so until I get a regulay keyboard, I'm locked out of Bios.
    can you get hold of a PS2 keyboard? there will more than likely be a setting somewhere in the bios 'usb keyboard support' or something along those lines, hopefully if there is and you enable it it may fix your issue. i know both my 790i boards have that setting somewhere in them.
    Nothing to do with Win 7.. It's USB Legacy Support in the BIOS.
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  4. Posts : 114
    Windows 7 Eternity Build 7600 RTM Activated x86
       #1804

    PaulGo said:
    InternetLord said:
    Maxheadroom said:
    Attachment 34990

    only 7.8 for my GPU! xfx hd 5870
    what do you have to do for 7.9 crossfire?
    and would have thought a 150gb velociraptor would have done better too
    unfortunately the highest you are going to get on a velociraptor is 5.9. i have the 300gig and that is as high as i get. one user has theirs at 6.3. their wei is hacked to get that.:):)
    Not really all you have to do is disable write caching on the drive while doing the test. Not only did it increase my disk drive score from 5.9 to 6.2 it also helped my other score a bit. (In real life you need the caching on.) It show you how screwed up these artificial scores are.

    if you need the write caching in day to day use then the 6.2 score is a cheat. the idea of benchmarking is to see how a system will behave in normal day to day use.
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  5. Posts : 458
    Windows 7 7600 x64 (16385) Ultimate,Windows Vista x64 Ultimate
       #1805

    AntiSilence said:
    bloke said:
    KMoore4318 said:

    agree those Intel ssd's are great, 2 Intel SSD's in raid 0 outperform 3 OCZ Vertex's in raid 0.
    I need a little more OC, but Win 7 doesn't inable my USB keyboard until after it's passed the Bios enter screen, so until I get a regulay keyboard, I'm locked out of Bios.
    can you get hold of a PS2 keyboard? there will more than likely be a setting somewhere in the bios 'usb keyboard support' or something along those lines, hopefully if there is and you enable it it may fix your issue. i know both my 790i boards have that setting somewhere in them.
    Nothing to do with Win 7.. It's USB Legacy Support in the BIOS.
    which is why i said to get a ps2 (old round style plug) k/b to gain access to the bios, from there there should be a setting somewhere to enable USB K/B support, they usually also have a setting to enable USB mouse support as well. my old Asus 680i mobo had the same problem, but once i set that setting to enable it was fine with a usb k/b.
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  6. Posts : 458
    Windows 7 7600 x64 (16385) Ultimate,Windows Vista x64 Ultimate
       #1806

    InternetLord said:
    PaulGo said:
    InternetLord said:

    unfortunately the highest you are going to get on a velociraptor is 5.9. i have the 300gig and that is as high as i get. one user has theirs at 6.3. their wei is hacked to get that.:):)
    Not really all you have to do is disable write caching on the drive while doing the test. Not only did it increase my disk drive score from 5.9 to 6.2 it also helped my other score a bit. (In real life you need the caching on.) It show you how screwed up these artificial scores are.

    if you need the write caching in day to day use then the 6.2 score is a cheat. the idea of benchmarking is to see how a system will behave in normal day to day use.
    this is how i set up my o/s hdd, i always have set it up like this. the only problem is, is if your system is unstable and it crashes, you lose data.

    other than that, there isnt a huge performance increase. it is more to do with command queuing for performance.
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  7. Posts : 5,747
    7600.20510 x86
       #1807

    bloke said:
    this is how i set up my o/s hdd, i always have set it up like this. the only problem is, is if your system is unstable and it crashes, you lose data.
    I was looking at this today on my system.

    Do you happen to know if it can cause data loss on the drive itself...meaning previously already written good data? Like can it destroy an mp3 collection, let's say, for, instance?
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    Windows 7 Ultimate RTM (Build 7600) 64-bit
       #1808

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  9. Posts : 22,814
    W 7 64-bit Ultimate
    Thread Starter
       #1809

    Hello Jerry03, welcome to Seven Forums!
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  10. Posts : 111
    Windows 7
       #1810

    bloke said:
    AntiSilence said:
    bloke said:

    can you get hold of a PS2 keyboard? there will more than likely be a setting somewhere in the bios 'usb keyboard support' or something along those lines, hopefully if there is and you enable it it may fix your issue. i know both my 790i boards have that setting somewhere in them.
    Nothing to do with Win 7.. It's USB Legacy Support in the BIOS.
    which is why i said to get a ps2 (old round style plug) k/b to gain access to the bios, from there there should be a setting somewhere to enable USB K/B support, they usually also have a setting to enable USB mouse support as well. my old Asus 680i mobo had the same problem, but once i set that setting to enable it was fine with a usb k/b.

    A week ago I would have thought the same thing, For the last year I've been able to get into Bios, I have to watch the Keybord and mouse they have lights on them , as soon as I see the light flash I press deleat, the mother board beeps and the system goes into Bios, I've done that with Vista, and several RC versions, on the 3rd, I added two SSD's ( Intel X25-M ( Raid 0 )) and The ofical Win 7, Ultamate Full version, that is all I have changed, and now I cant get into Bios, the Mother board beeps before the lights flash on the Keyboard, so either the Win 7 Install, or the SSD's changed something enough so that I can not press delete fast enough. I guess I should have suspected the SSD's and not Win 7.
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