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Linx: what to set data alignment to?

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Hey guys,

I just downloaded Linx and am trying it out on my stock rig to see how it works and to check my HSF mount etc.., pretty sure I know how to set most things but what with data alignment? By default it's 4KB, just leave it at that?
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Yeah just leave it on the default

and Data Alignment is how the hard disk is written to
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