I bought an Asus ROG Raidr today, you read more about it at Asus website: http://www.asus.com/ROG_ROG/RAIDR_Express_PCIe_SSD/ Here’s how it compares to my previous SSD drive, an old OCZ SSD. I’ll be installing Debian on the “Raidr” later today [divider]OCZ SSD[/divider] My trusty old OCZ SSD: [divider]Asus Raidr[/divider] Now for the ASUS RAIDR Express PX2-240GB: …see the
I got my ASRock Z77 Extreme4 back from RMA today so I’m tuning it. Unfortunately I lost my previous RAID array, rest in data peace, but I don’t think there were too much important on it. Sadly I actually had no backups of that data either…pfft! I’m fine tuning my system right now and here’s
Say hi to my OCZ Agility 3 (SSDs), in a Raid0 array configuration — benched with ATTO Disk Benchmark: I’m pleased with these results. Keep in mind, these results are from my budget system which I use for everyday tasks. Have a good day, all.
Check out this somewhat recent Windows Experience score, it’s way off – awkward. I get 6,9 because of the drive – which is an SSD from OCZ. I “migrated” this Windows 7 installation from a regular mechanical drive some weeks ago, it’s a very old installation – perhaps one and a half year old, with A LOT
Elric, of Motherboards.org, talks about SSD performance, prices and that prices of such appliances are dropping quite much. [youtube_sc url=http://youtu.be/pi7TzU8pgto?hd=1 rel=0 fs=1 autohide=1 modestbranding=1] I am myself using a OCZ SSD for my OS. It sped up things considerably and I had no negative experiences at all with this drive. I recommend getting SSD; mechanical
Right so I finally assembled my new workstation. I didn’t wish to re-install Windows because I have configured it so much to suit all my needs, and I didn’t feel like re-doing all that customization. Also everything is encrypted, the boot as well. It would all just be a hassle, I don’t have time for
I’ve bought some new hardware items for my development / programming (coding) box because it was in horrible need for upgrades in these sectors: PSU (power supply), memory (now eight gigabytes) and a new chassis. I already did add a OCZ SSD hard drive for the main partition which sped up everything considerably, I’m in fact very