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With the testing done you can see that a single drive has a read/write speed way up in the 250+ range, nearly touching the 300mb/s mark.

With 2 drives installed and running in RAID 0 through the Intel ICH10R
you can see the drive speed has pretty much doubled rolling up at 550mb/s read with near perfect scaling.

http://benchtec.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=7078
 

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Wait a sec...three SSDs pull 774MB/sec read speed on an ICH10R? Was it not established here and elsewhere, a long time ago, that the ICH10R was capped at 650MB/sec throughput?

Magic sauce or snake oil?
 

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Wait a sec...three SSDs pull 774MB/sec read speed on an ICH10R? Was it not established here and elsewhere, a long time ago, that the ICH10R was capped at 650MB/sec throughput?

Magic sauce or snake oil?

Carl said it peaks at 811mb/s with atto and the magic sauce is bum lube
 

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Carl said it peaks at 811mb/s with atto and the magic sauce is bum lube


Hahahahah.

Very impressive SSDs they have here, thanks for posting.
 

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Holy balls that's fast. Now if we can get Trim working in RAID we'd be set.
 

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three are faster than four
.....ICH10R limit?

Hit the nail on the head there. Think he did mention it.

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Holy balls that's fast. Now if we can get Trim working in RAID we'd be set.

Yeah....
not the be all and end all tho
 

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Carl said it peaks at 811mb/s with atto and the magic sauce is bum lube


I don't follow the second part but whatever. I did some digging around and found this article which used this test setup.

The article is referenced in this thread.

Have Intel's drivers markedly improved?
 

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I don't follow the second part but whatever. I did some digging around and found this article which used this test setup.

The article is referenced in this thread.

Have Intel's drivers markedly improved?

Notice the drop in performance when loaded up with 4 ssd's as opposed to 3?
What do you think happens when you stick 6 in there? Very flawed article but it's tom's... what do you expect?


Go check out some of the ssd benchmark threads, plenty of people over.. 650....
 

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I'm an idiot I bought G.skill
 

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I was about to drop the hammer on a couple of OCZ Agility 60GBs. Any SSD pro's out there care to shine some light? Would I see similar scaling on a ICH10R chipset? Any Trim Support? (looking for Duckie to chime in).
 

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No, TRIM is NOT supported in RAID for SSDs.
Is there a technical limitation that is preventing the RAID controllers from supporting TRIM?

I wonder what kind of a speed hit you would get with three of these in RAID 0 with no TRIM?

If these drop down in price to ~$100 it would be very tempting to pick up 3 of these.
 

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No, TRIM is NOT supported in RAID for SSDs.
You are correct. The only thing that you can do is run OTHER drives in RAID, while supporting TRIM on your non RAID SSD.
 
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