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post #21 of 27
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About to give up.

post #22 of 27
Hmm. I would tend to think that board has Sata II not Sata III. So the speed is never going to get better unless you get a board with Sata III ports.
post #23 of 27
400mb/s maximum read write speeds, thats normall performance for a raid 0 with hdds, a single hdds tops out at about 190-220mb/s max read write and raid zero with 2x hdds should give you doubble that.
If you want more performance go a head and install more hdds I can gaurantee you get more performance cause I was getting more with using 8 hdds in raid zero instead of two

Your having normall performance nothing is wrong with your interface sata2 sata3
post #24 of 27
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Originally Posted by Iwamotto Tetsuz View Post

400mb/s maximum read write speeds, thats normall performance for a raid 0 with hdds, a single hdds tops out at about 190-220mb/s max read write and raid zero with 2x hdds should give you doubble that.
If you want more performance go a head and install more hdds I can gaurantee you get more performance cause I was getting more with using 8 hdds in raid zero instead of two

Your having normall performance nothing is wrong with your interface sata2 sata3

I get what you're saying but I have x2 SSD's. Advertising read/write speed at 500-550 MB/s each. I'm supposed to get over 1k. But figured out the problem was that this board has SATA II. Coulda of sworn it was III.
post #25 of 27
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And I appreciate all the ones that tried to help me out how to get the Raid drivers to work on Win7 installation. The problem was the OS itself. Tried different version and it loaded for me just fine.
post #26 of 27
Well then thats normall, you need sata 3 to get ssd 6gb/s performance in raid which should give you 1gb - 1.2gb/s read write speeds
sata 2 interface only does 3gb/s which is 300mb/s maximum transfer speeds
post #27 of 27
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Originally Posted by Iwamotto Tetsuz View Post

Well then thats normall, you need sata 3 to get ssd 6gb/s performance in raid which should give you 1gb - 1.2gb/s read write speeds
sata 2 interface only does 3gb/s which is 300mb/s maximum transfer speeds

Ya think??

My score:
Running a single patriot drive. Sata III No raid. ending scores are 188/189 - - 474 total. 4K-64 Thrd is reading 150.27MB/s. The Seq Read is 201.33 MB/s.
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