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So, my sig rig has a vertex 2, and 3 cav blues in raid 0, okay, so then i realized it's kinda slow for some reason, i get a 6.8 in WEI for my Vertex 2 and many others get 7.5 and up, and so i go into my registry, after confirming with benchmarks that my drives are slow, and i look at msahci and i see this: cani.PNG 25k .PNG file Can i set this value to 0 and enable AHCI without messing everything up? All of my drives are configured for RAID, and this makes me think the driver isn't using AHCI for my drives, thus the slower performance.
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RAID is basically AHCI + what is needed to detect RAID arrays. You are not getting a performance loss from having the SATA mode set to RAID. If a drive is not part of the RAID array it is usually set to AHCI anyways when the SATA mode is set to RAID.
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Check the alignment on the Vertex 2.

This is the way I have been doing it.
To check hit the Start menu and search for msinfo32. Start up Msinfo32.exe when it pops up, and head to Components > Storage > Disks. Look for your SSD and find the "Partition Starting Offset". If this number is divisible by 4096 (that is, if dividing it by 4096 reveals a whole number and not a decimal), your partition is correctly aligned.
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