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Old August 15, 2009, 08:22 PM
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Default Excellent ICH10 RAID setep guide for SSD's

ICH10R Vertex installation Guide. (Outcome Benchmarks Provided) - OCZ Forum

Step by step how to for setting up a stripe with the x58 chipset and SSD's.
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You can skip the alignment if you are using Vista/7.
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Actually that alignment is slightly different than the default 7/Vista partitioning. Gives you a little extra performance.
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I have never found it so

And I have played around with it quite a bit back when it became the craze. I've tried 64k, 128k, and default. All results were so similar and increase in performance was negligible.
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Sequential read yes, were you doing small random writes too? Or the atto iometer benchmark?
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ATTO is poor benchmark. The only benchmarks I use are iometer and CDM.
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