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As far as I know, USB 3.0 and SATA 6 are not done by INTEL but by third parties. When your INTEL Chipset will do Sata 6 and USB 3.0 and not Marvel then you can say that they epic failed.
I said "Intel "epic failed" by including the marvell 9128 controller on x58 boards"

Not "Intel "epic failed" by making Marvell 9128 slow"

If Intel had made the SATA 6 controller built into the chipset like P67, everything would all be good. They would not have to include a failure of a controller like the 9128 on x58 motherboards.

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I have to agree, its not like the R3E was the "cheap" motherboard either, very surprised by the low SATA6 performance controller.
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post #23 of 51
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Originally Posted by PhaedraCorruption View Post
It's giving me a:



Odd, this did not happen when I installed it before.
I apologize for that. I admit that I was assuming that you had the drive connected to one of the 6 gray SATA ports which are controlled by the ICH10R chip. You see, Intel's Rapid Storage Technology is a software/driver package that only works with Intel southbridge controllers like the ICH10R, and it requires that controller to be set to AHCI mode as well.

However, you can still try it just to see if it makes an improvement. I mean, connect the Vertex 3 to one of those 6 gray SATA ports, enable AHCI, install Intel's Rapid Storage Technology (the driver is included), reboot, run ATTO Disk Benchmark and see what the differences are. I don't know what to expect, however I think it's worth experimenting.

Now before anyone asks, yes I do know that the Vertex 3 is a SATA III drive and that those gray ports are SATA II ports. So, that's why this is just an experiment.
Edited by TwoCables - 5/4/11 at 10:40pm
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I said "Intel "epic failed" by including the marvell 9128 controller on x58 boards"

Not "Intel "epic failed" by making Marvell 9128 slow"

If Intel had made the SATA 6 controller built into the chipset like P67, everything would all be good. They would not have to include a failure of a controller like the 9128 on x58 motherboards.

Intel did choose to put a Marvell chipset on the board, it´s up to the manufacturer to use a third party chipset, in your case Asus, they put it there, Marvell and Asus failed in my opinion when they implement a SATA3 chipset that´s so slow.

About Intel, they seems to be a bit late to implement things, no SATA3 or USB3 with the X58 (they still use the old ICH10, ICH10R) , only up to two SATA3 and only up to four SATA2 and no USB3 on the Sandy Bridge chipset (P67, H67 etc).

One can go with AMD, they have up to six SATA3 but only USB2 in their SB850 chipset but it seems like they going to implement USB3 in their new 900 serie chipset though which is due to arrive with thier new Bulldozer CPU serie.

The upcoming SNB-E seems to have SATA3 but no USB3, it seems like we have wait for the Panther Point chipset to have USB3 native in the chipset, Panther Point (Z77, Z75 etc) is the successor Couger Point chipset (P67, H67 etc).
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Send it over here, I'll test it on my port xD
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Yes if you are using Intel native SATA 6.0Gbps you should be able to get below figure:
http://www.hkepc.com/forum/attachmen...f422be3255.png

(from HKEPC http://www.hkepc.com/forum/viewthrea...extra=&page=12)
post #27 of 51
I'm getting today sended SSD but I didn't order any kind of motherboard that support SATA 3. Would be nice if you send me for raid 0 ssd incoming test. xD

And lol marvel, enable causing longer startup. So they still stuck with slow method. Where intel advance further.
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post #28 of 51
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Yes if you are using Intel native SATA 6.0Gbps you should be able to get below figure:
http://www.hkepc.com/forum/attachmen...f422be3255.png

(from HKEPC http://www.hkepc.com/forum/viewthrea...extra=&page=12)
That is irrelevant because, uses the SB850 chipset, not a Intel chipset or a Marvell 9128 like mine.
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This seems very very wrong...

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Seems like it's not worth it without a 1155 platform atm.

My ATTO results:
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