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Raid 0, Force GT, X79, Non-Enterprise Drivers With TRIM

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This is my first Raid setup. Also, my new adventure into ssd's. I had bought two 480gb force gt's. They come with the new Sanforce controller. I figured what the heck and stayed up last night to set these things up in raid 0. Figured this might be a good place to start a discussion on raid 0 with the latest Intel rapid controller with the new Sandforce controller and raid 0. I benched it and here are my initial results with most recent enterprise drivers from ASUS.
Edited by Cheesemaster - 9/13/12 at 8:22pm
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I am on X79, I switched to non-enterprise drivers and got a nice little boost in performance, it really bumped up write speeds. So much better than the RSTe driver in crystal disk bench it increased my 4k depth write by 110mb's! Now that is awsome!
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look at the speeds in the lower spectrum, they have got way better! By the way I got TRIM working!


Edited by Cheesemaster - 9/13/12 at 8:22pm
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No you didn't. As per Intel's release 7 series chipset only on w7. They have said they hope to have it for x79 in an upcoming driver release. All that does above is it shows you that it is turned on, it has no way of knowing if those commands have been sent or executed.
I have been using the standard raid drivers since day 1 when I saw those slow E drivers in action.

My two plextors yesterday with the 11.1.7 driver

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AHHHH! Oh well, wishful thinking... nice bench i am going download that bench as to compare.
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