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That just means the cable was defective.
I think what people are saying is that a SATA II cable that meets specs for SATA II is not defective when used for SATA II. However, it may not necessarily meet the specs for SATA III.
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That just means the cable was defective.
A cable that was built, tested and sold as Sata II and worked fine with Sata II isn't suddenly defective because it won't run Sata III. Just like anything else, the makers of cables will find the cheapest way to meet the spec at the time. This is specifically why sata-io is asking cable makers to certify their cables, it's not just a gimmick dreamed up by cable makers.

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I used non "SATA 6.0 Gb/s" cables on my other SATA-III ssd's at work and they perform the same as the "SATA 6.0 Gb/s" branded cables that came with my motherboard. As long as your cable is high quality, it should not matter. SATA-IO makes no distinction between "SATA 3.0 Gb/s" and "SATA 6.0 Gb/s" cables. They only stress quality.
Wow, that is exactly what I said when you called me ignorant. At no point ever did I say that a Sata II cable cannot be used on a Sata III connection. I said not all Sata II cables will work for Sata III. I mentioned that a high quality Sata II cable would work fine.

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Where did you get your under-performing cables from? Also what was the length of the cable? How old were the cables?
Asus p7p55d-e pro. Cables were 6 months old. Whatever the standard length for cables that come with a board are. 12" I guess.
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post #33 of 49
sata III needing dedicated cables is a myth. if you buy a poor quality sata II cable, it wont work for sata II correctly, either.
if you buy a decent, unbroken cable, BOTH sata II and sata III will work fine.

OCZ is throwing darts at a board, trying to blame everything BUT THEIR DRIVES in case you havent noticed.
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Where did you get your under-performing cables from? Also what was the length of the cable? How old were the cables?
Haha... I've got a 36-inch SATA1 cable that works fine for SATA3 SSDs. I got it in 2003. It's so long that I've had to bend it over and over as I switch cases to get it to fit.

They don't make them like they used to.
     
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Mine is fine.
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Unfortuanately what is said in the OCZ forum is true. Sadly, you do not give him credibility because it's on a competitor's forum.
I have purchased intel SSD 510 series 120GB one week ago and ti causes stuttering on a Sabertooth x58, intel i7, connected to ICHR10R port, running Windows xp 64 professional.

The stuttering starts to apear about after 24 - to 36 hours of operation, but causes no BSOD screen. Following the stutering I started up the Intel toolbox version 3. which indicates a read error with message " please contact your sales rep...".

Once random stuttering starts it becomes more frequent, until total freeze. Followng re-boot results in a "read disk" error. Therefor I can even not start Windows anymore. What helped is a complete power disconnect of the SSD drive for about 30 secondes.
Following that I could get Windwows and the Intel SSD Toolox 3. started again and I could run optimizing and quick and full scans, which passed at 100%.

But stuttering appeared again after about 36 hours of operation, with the same course of actions.

In conclusion, error is clearly reproducible on the hardware indicated, even if stuttering starts to appear randomenly.

Does anybody have same experience with the hardware combination Sabertooth x58, intel i7, ICHR10R and Intel SSD serie 510 120GB?

Is there any solution out of this nightmare?
Thanks in advance for help.

MovieMaker, hj
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Unfortuanately what is said in the OCZ forum is true. Sadly, you do not give him credibility because it's on a competitor's forum.

First of all, there is no "competitor's" forum. We at OCN are end users, at least the vast majority are and it's our responsibility to tell the community when a piece of hardware is problematic and not worth their time.

And there are so few 510 or M4 users that had problems, it's hard to find one.
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I have purchased intel SSD 510 series 120GB one week ago and ti causes stuttering on a Sabertooth x58, intel i7, connected to ICHR10R port, running Windows xp 64 professional.
The stuttering starts to apear about after 24 - to 36 hours of operation, but causes no BSOD screen. Following the stutering I started up the Intel toolbox version 3. which indicates a read error with message " please contact your sales rep...".
Once random stuttering starts it becomes more frequent, until total freeze. Followng re-boot results in a "read disk" error. Therefor I can even not start Windows anymore. What helped is a complete power disconnect of the SSD drive for about 30 secondes.
Following that I could get Windwows and the Intel SSD Toolox 3. started again and I could run optimizing and quick and full scans, which passed at 100%.
But stuttering appeared again after about 36 hours of operation, with the same course of actions.
In conclusion, error is clearly reproducible on the hardware indicated, even if stuttering starts to appear randomenly.
Does anybody have same experience with the hardware combination Sabertooth x58, intel i7, ICHR10R and Intel SSD serie 510 120GB?
Is there any solution out of this nightmare?
Thanks in advance for help.
MovieMaker, hj

What Sata connection do you have your 510 plugged into? Is it the Marvell 6gb/s port or Intel's 3gb/s port?
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Thanks for replying, the 510 is plugged into intel 3GB port.
regards, MovieMaker hj
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Well if the Intel is having problems the Crucial M4 is not. And i would not be surprised with a few independent incidents, but definitely not anything widespread like what happened with the Sandforce Drives. But I have heard the latest firmware for the Sandforce drives may have actually worked, and that they actually, finally, admitted it was their firmware at fault all along.
Edited by Chuckclc - 11/16/11 at 12:12am
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Thanks for replying, the 510 is plugged into intel 3GB port.
regards, MovieMaker hj

First, I'd try using the drive in the Marvell port to see if it happens again. If it does then it's a drive problem. If not, it's a 3gb/s port issue.

Or I'd try doing the LPM fix in the registry for the 3gb/s port.

http://forum.crucial.com/t5/Solid-State-Drives-SSD/Solution-C300-Disk-Freeze-ups-in-Windows-7-solved-for-me/td-p/38766
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