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GIGABYTE GA-EP45-DS4 INTEL SATA RAID DRIVER
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It's a tale of avarice and betrayal. How one man's hunger for power ultimately led to his undoing. Some have questioned or criticized my desire for motherboard-based RAID, but I assure you I can tell the difference on this machine.
I've seen video encoding and rendering Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS4 Intel SATA RAID get throttled by even the RAID 0's bandwidth. Intel's ICH south bridges are a known quantity for me, and many benchmarks where they compete against affordable RAID cards are fairly tight races, as far as I've seen.
I know some of you must now be asking, "Why would you bother with another Core 2? Why not just upgrade to a Core i7?
First, upgrading to Core i7 would be prohibitively expensive. Second, I Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS4 Intel SATA RAID a completely irrational and ludicrous bias against Core i7. I don't like the branding, let alone how muddled it's become with Lynnfield, and overclocking seems daunting. The platform is also nowhere near as mature as the Core 2's, where everything is also a known quantity. And finally, since I know you're going to ask, "Why not wait for Lynnfield," my answers for i7 are for the most part applicable there, too. So naturally, before even checking to make sure my old setup worked properly—why wouldn't it?
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Again, this seems like another silly decision in a string of them. Why didn't I just buy a Q? Well, first, I was able to get a healthy discount on the Q Second, I wanted to start out from where I left off with the overclocked Q And third, the extra. With a Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS4 Intel SATA RAID front-side bus, that takes me all the way to 3.
Lower overclocks don't ask as much from my older Xbased board and DDR memory. And finally, it's a psychological thing. I would have felt and do feel happier with the Q than the Q Part of the purchase, at least for me, is the experience of having, and I do attach strange sentimentality and feelings Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS4 Intel SATA RAID hardware hence my aversion to the Core i7. With my old X38 board back in my case and the Q humming along, I noticed an interesting quirk on startup: The computer was perfectly stable otherwise, but my overclock just seemed to have reset itself, and the system was taking an extra ten seconds to POST.
So I went back and, Gigabyte GA-EP45-DS4 Intel SATA RAID, set my overclock again at the settings that I knew were rock stable. Computer exits BIOS, saves, shuts down.
Restarts, the lights come on No POST screen, nothing. Ten seconds later, it shuts down again, then starts up again, POSTs: I went through this process a couple of times with no success in changing settings. If you're like me, you're thinking something's wrong with the motherboard, like maybe some BIOS corruption or something.
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Did I damage my board? I tested it with my friend's Core 2 Duo E and got the same issue. At this point, I faced a conundrum.
I couldn't "go back;" I was officially on the road to upgrading. All signs point to PCI Express 2.
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