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post #11 of 16
Instal RST driver,exe file,so you can enable write-back cache in Intel RST control panel.
http://drivers.softpedia.com/progDownload/Intel-Rapid-Storage-Technology-Driver-AHCI-11201006-Download-166124.html
It seems to me that i dont have latency wink.gif

Edited by Unit Igor - 10/7/13 at 2:57pm
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Instal RST driver,exe file,so you can enable write-back cache in Intel RST control panel.
http://drivers.softpedia.com/progDownload/Intel-Rapid-Storage-Technology-Driver-AHCI-11201006-Download-166124.html
It seems to me that i dont have latency wink.gif

Seems to of fixed the boot speeds, will restart again and time it this time, but the speeds are still down from what they should be, only one that is as it should be is the sequential write speed the rest are pretty low from other benchmarks I've seen frown.gif Going to see what Kingston say, hopefully have a reply from them in the next few days.
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post #13 of 16
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The overall boot time is down to 28 seconds now (from pressing start till log in screen appears)

Was taking 30 seconds from the moment the windows logo appeared till the log in screen, so it's lowered the boot time by around 10 seconds or so over all.
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post #14 of 16
hey can someone post a disk management image of your raid 0 setup


i did a clean install of my raid 0 yesterday and in disk management it shows only 1 drive of 238 gig and the other is not allocated probably did something wring first time


both drives are crucial m4 256g

motherboard asus z77 sabertooth
windows 8 pro x64


thanks
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hey can someone post a disk management image of your raid 0 setup


i did a clean install of my raid 0 yesterday and in disk management it shows only 1 drive of 238 gig and the other is not allocated probably did something wring first time


both drives are crucial m4 256g

motherboard asus z77 sabertooth
windows 8 pro x64


thanks

The diskmanagment only shows 1 drive , the RST console shows how many drives attached to the array . But in raid 0 the diskmanagment can see the total volume of both ssd used in the raid 0 arrray , and that is to little here. In the intel raid bios you can see what are the raid members and not members , mayby there went something wrong creating the array . It is easy to remove this raid and create a new one in the bios . When running in raid mode it is possible to clone the windows parttion to use for recovery of the rebuild raid . but a clean instal is the best here i think smile.gif
post #16 of 16
thanks for the reply but after a day of work i got home and the answer came to me lol ( just extend the volume in disk management ) 2 sec later i got my full raid 0 driver and here is my crystal mark score not bad for two crucial m4 256gig

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