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    I managed to use 64K but pressed wrong key so, the default 128K becomes the size of the array.
    Since I already have more than 300GB of real-time data (we do automotive engine management/consulting), please let the weekly backup run next Friday before switch controllers.
    Could that huge figure of data transfer rate be a glitch in the program HDTach?
    Here another two measurements, one for the Raptor in quick bench and the other for the Seagate array in long bench data.



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    Default Re: GA-X48T-DQ6 Slow Raid5 setup

    Ahh you dont have to redo your system or any of that, I was just wondering.

    That glitch could be any number of things, a Bad sector, a file that was in Use, and fragmented section.

    I would not worry about it unless it is always there

    You got the new Seagates with the 32MB cache? Looks like I need to get me some for sure. That is just two drives right?

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    Yes, two drives but these Seagate Barracuda have 16MB and a single plate, very cheap ones.
    There are better HD options around now but these were available in our stock since December.
    They do a good job in real-time data capture but the most important, I think, is the great, I mean really great motherboard that we used - we got 5.9 in every Vista quality check.
    And probably also the Corsair DDR3 in DC that fitted like a charm.
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    Default Re: GA-X48T-DQ6 Slow Raid5 setup

    Ahh well I thought maybe the 32MB cache made your burst rate so high but I guess not.

    That is what I would say is a glitch for sure though then. That just is WAY to high, I have seen 4 disk arrays with actual hardware controller cards not even get half that

    But those read times are great for sure

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