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post #4231 of 4260 (permalink) Old 04-15-2019, 09:58 PM
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So G-Skill received the bad stick this past Monday and on Thursday I received the replacement. Not bad.

That's Did it solve the issue of that ram position showing in Bios but not Win etc ?
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ok so here is an issue that I've never had before.
does anyone use the asmedia sata ports on the board? the 6 gray (2 sataexpress)
I cannot get my ssd to reflect 6gb transfer speed, only shows 3gb, no matter what port I use (have tested cable, and it shows 6gb on the intel ports (black)
bios is updated, along with asmedia drivers
additionally, does anyone know if an m2 will support intel rst raid configuration? (the manual doesn't say yes or no, only that certain sata ports do/don't)

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ok so here is an issue that I've never had before.
does anyone use the asmedia sata ports on the board? the 6 gray (2 sataexpress)
I cannot get my ssd to reflect 6gb transfer speed, only shows 3gb, no matter what port I use (have tested cable, and it shows 6gb on the intel ports (black)
bios is updated, along with asmedia drivers
additionally, does anyone know if an m2 will support intel rst raid configuration? (the manual doesn't say yes or no, only that certain sata ports do/don't)
I have my DVD drive connected to the asmedia controller.
I actually did not know this,I thought all sata ports on our motherboard was rated for 6gbit.
So I guess you cant get SSD sata3 speeds,but you can attach HDD to it and get sata3 speeds,because HDDs are close to saturating sata2 speeds if I'm correct, if I'm wrong correct me please.

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in regards to the new zombieload mds issues, I am running a 5960x, and am stressing out about this new performance hit, and rumors of having to disable hyperthreading. so far I have the latest microcode patches from win 10, and hyperthreading along with my oc is still active. will asus release a bios update to address this possible issue? this is so annoying that I have to worry about such performance hits, makes me want to switch over to the threadripper, as those are not effected as hard as intel.
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in regards to the new zombieload mds issues, I am running a 5960x, and am stressing out about this new performance hit, and rumors of having to disable hyperthreading. so far I have the latest microcode patches from win 10, and hyperthreading along with my oc is still active. will asus release a bios update to address this possible issue? this is so annoying that I have to worry about such performance hits, makes me want to switch over to the threadripper, as those are not effected as hard as intel.
Hi,
Frankie say relax
Most are completely overblown for super click bait and hyping for reward $$

You have a better chance of getting run over by a train walking on the sidewalk than getting hit by any of these hyped threats.

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Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Hi,

Frankie say relax

Most are completely overblown for super click bait and hyping for reward $$



You have a better chance of getting run over by a train walking on the sidewalk than getting hit by any of these hyped threats.
no I agree with you that the likelihood of being the victim of attacks carried out with these exploits is unlikely (because they aren't showing up in the wild yet) but that doesn't change the microcode patches that directly effect performance. I have the list of all the patches but am curious if anyone has seen issues as they are greatly effecting the x99 platform.
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no I agree with you that the likelihood of being the victim of attacks carried out with these exploits is unlikely (because they aren't showing up in the wild yet) but that doesn't change the microcode patches that directly effect performance. I have the list of all the patches but am curious if anyone has seen issues as they are greatly effecting the x99 platform.
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Use Inspectre and disable the meltdown and spectre nonsense

https://www.grc.com/inspectre.htm

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Use Inspectre and disable the meltdown and spectre nonsense



https://www.grc.com/inspectre.htm
thanks I actually do have that tool it's very useful. my concern wasn't for spectre/meltdown bc those performance hits have been mostly mitigated from bios update 3803 but from the new mds (microarchitecture data sampling) with the moniker 'zombieload' that actually effects performance through possibly needing to disable hyperthreadimg (I won't disable though) and an overall harder performance hit on the x99 platform. as win 10 makes it next to impossible to totally stop updates, this becomes an issue in that regard.
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Hi,
I'm sure a workaround will popup about zombieland b/s too

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