Obviously the ioXtreme has serious IOPS if using the X25-M as a source only benefited a 5% increase in demux time. And when demuxing from the X25-M to the X25-M the machine was unusable due to stuttering.
thank lowfat for the numbers not bad at all. not as good as i thought ( maybe an ioextreme to another ioextreme ha ha ) great movie by the way
The ioXtreme is capable of much greater performance than seen here so thoroughly by lowfat. The ioXtreme is being bottle necked by the fact that the OS is still on a standard SSD, as the OS is still involved in the opening and running of any software, the software code (server or enterprise software will fly on this card), and CPU limitations.
I was not referring to the system reserve if that's what you meant
don't try to turn around , the C; is in the boot partition not in the system partition , at least in 7 ( where in the frame of the c; partition you see the word system )
you can see under reserve ; the system,.... partition
and under C: boot,...partition
it's pure NTFS basic knowledge
the system partition is where is located the files the system need to boot the Os ( in the case of 7 , it's also the reserved partition )
the Boot partition is where is located the Windows , in older system like XP, the boot and the system was more than often in the same partition, but not always
Last edited by MarkOne; December 29, 2009 at 05:36 PM.
The reason the ioXtreme can't be booted from is that currently Win7 can only natively boot from and IDE or sata. So until a firmware is released more or less tricking the OS to think its on a sata/ide drive or until Win7 is update to run natively on a PCI-e SSD its not bootable. It has nothing to do with the System Reserve partition