Hey, I got my hands on a 32GB Intel X25-E. Here are some numbers, just ask if you want any more benchmarks. I will try to get them. _________________ CPU: i7 930 @ 4.4GHz w/ Megahalems
GPU: MSI GTX 580 910/1820/2180
RAM: 6GB 1600MHz
MOBO: Asus P6T6 WS Revolution
Case: HAF 932
SSD: 2x Intel x25-e RAID
Joined: Nov 08, 2008 Posts: 317 Location: Florida, USA
Posted: Fri Jun 15, 2012 10:48 am Post subject:
I upgraded to an Ivy Bridge build and put in a Crucial M4, finally running on 6Gbps SATA. Nice bump in speed for benchmarks over my old Intel M25, but doesn't 'feel' much faster in the real world. _________________ CPU: Intel Core i5-3570k
Cooler: Xigmatek Gaia
Mainboard: ASRock Z77 Professional
Memory: 16GB Mushkin DDR3-1600
Case: Silverstone FT02-BW
Graphics: Galaxy GTX680
Power: Corsair HX850
Sound: Soundblaster Titanium HD X-Fi w/ FiiO E9 & Sennheiser HD595
Storage: Crucial M4 128GB, 3TB Seagate HDD
Monitor: Dell U2711; Alienware AW2310
HID: CM Trigger; CM Spawn
OS: Windows 7 Professional x64
Current Driver: 314.07 WHQL
Joined: Aug 10, 2007 Posts: 4439 Location: Sin City, NV
Posted: Fri Jun 15, 2012 4:23 pm Post subject:
Grab a second (and/or a third) one and RAID those puppies, I guarantee you will feel the difference. _________________ Intel i7 3930K | Corsair H100 | Killer Nic Xeno Pro
GIGABYTE GA-X79-UD3 | 16Gb Mushkin Enhanced Redline PC3-12800
2x EVGA GTX580SSC SLI | Kingwin Pipe-Rock Modular 1000w
2x 60Gb Mushkin Enhanced Chronos DX RAID0 | 2x 640Gb WD Black Caviar
LG 55LW5300 3D | Win7 Ultimate x64
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Finally got my new RAID0 Config installed (2x 60Gb Mushkin Enhanced Chronos DX SSD) and breaking 1GB read/write speeds!
Nice pretty impressive it's amazing how much storage has changed in the last decade or two in virtually all aspects.
You should do a ramdisk benchmark I'd like to see how much faster your DD3 is with your i7 compared to my older slower DDR2 C2D setup. I'm guessing it would get 3-4GB/sec read speeds roughly.
Side note though I thought RAID was generally a bad idea for SSD's due to no trim support kind of like Windows XP is a bad idea for SSD's for the same reason which is unfortunate since I still feel it's better then Windows 7 in many regards.
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