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Mind you, I am fairly new to this and grasping little by little about it as I been reading today.
Confused with AHCI and SATA modes
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Each hard drive model will have its own product specification which you should use to determine performance. Apr 2, 5. To me it looks like all SATA ports are disabled, so that’s a little strange.
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I decided finally to boost some of its components and went with the SSD natove. AesmaMar 31, You will not see a big performance increase when using applications that do not utilize multi-threading technology.
The following Seagate model numbers drive families support NCQ: In computingNative Command Queuing NCQ is an extension of the Serial ATA protocol allowing hard disk drives to internally disablingg the order in which received read and write commands are executed. I checked sata options in my bios and they are: Mar 31, 2. This page was last edited on 31 Octoberat Further reading lead me to find out that you can work around that by enabling RAID option in bios.
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On some drives’ firmware, such as the WD Raptor circaread-ahead is disabled when NCQ is enabled, resulting in slower sequential performance. Apr 2, 7.
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Also, I was able to load windows 7 just fine. NCQ also enables the Nvicia controller to complete commands concurrently or partly concurrently, for example using pipelines where the internal organisation of the device enables such processing.