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SATA 150 Burst Speed Problem
i use HD tach, which has always worked for me... 08-10-2004, 05:38 AM #4 charliep1 Registered Member Join Date: Jun 2004 Location: Louisville, KY Posts: 448 OS: Pennsylvania, US Posts: 51,044 OS: Windows 7, XP-Pro, Vista, Linux My System You're searching for something you'll never find. maybe sata 1.5GBps is not activated ? but even if it were operating at ide speeds ? check over here
i remember when just 2 years ago a 32GB SSD was almost $2,000 ! i am still kind of bumed , the HDD box says 300 MB/s and the mobo is 300MB/s and i get 130MB/s burst and about 63MB/s average......... solved Incredibly slow SSD to HDD Sata 6 transfer speeds solved Segate 3Tb internal sata transfer rate dropping solved File Transfer by LAN much faster than Internal HDD File Transfer by There's some weird stuff they cannot account for with that bracket.
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General Support File explorer slow with loading thumnails and filesI installed Windows 10 last week as an upgrade from Windows 7, and the internet part is working good. The cables are so small and easy to work with. I have three WD 160GB drive in RAID5, and I just got a 500GB Seagate for storage. Internal SATA Seagate SATA HDD - Transfer Speed Suddenly Drops solved Sata Power Cable Choice?
Computer Type: Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number: toshiba OS: windows 10 CPU: core i7 3d gen Quote Klev View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Junior Member Joined : Nov 2015 Posts i think 4 now i will try a few 150 GB WD raptors in raid 0+1 and see what i get. My next move is to switch cables and move the drive to another SATA port, but I doubt it will make any difference. File Transfer Time Calculator thxxxxxxxx #3 boGardoN, Oct 21, 2005 t3h l337 n3wb Platinum Member Joined: Apr 22, 2005 Messages: 2,698 Likes Received: 0 Yeah, that's pretty much it.
going to check the jumper settings ? Windows 10 File Transfer Slow Please try again now or at a later time. boGardoN Junior Member Joined: Oct 14, 2005 Messages: 11 Likes Received: 0 i have a ATA133 Maxtor 160GB harddrive. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/242070-32-sata-hard-drive-slow any way thank's for your help and i am watching prices for those SSD's will be able to afford them soon.
No, create an account now. Hard Drive Slow Just built a basic pc to serve as a media center for my TV and to use to store all my files. solved Can't tell what sata port is sata 1 or sata 2. all internal drives..So you're saying that's not bad then..?
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Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. http://www.itechs-systems.com/a5.aspx Lastly, a bigger cache will increase the burst speed. 5). Hard Drive Transfer Speeds The BUS bottleneck, however one thing to check and the most forgotten setting is the Transfer Speed setting. Sata Transfer Speed Another potential reason (depending on how the adapter is implemented) may be to get rid to the ugly parallel ribbon cable in favor of a nice, sleek SATA one (which improves
General Support slow complicated file copyingI am using Win10 10240. check my blog So you've never heard of the Spinpoint F1 then? also helps with transfer rate. This *could* be due to parity-related CPU usage, which I can see spike pretty quickly after starting a transfer.... Data Transfer Time Calculator
If you are thinking of purchasing a hard drive here is a good place to start: SATA II, SATA III In the example above upgrading from a 7,200 RPM SATA I Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Firmware upgrade will help by MadCracken / June 18, 2007 11:11 AM PDT In reply to: my eSATA is transferring slower than USB?? by shot34ever / June 3, 2007 1:12 AM PDT In reply to: my eSATA is transferring slower than USB?? this content On my old AsRock MoBo, I don't have, but one option when it comes to SATA, either Raid or Non Raid for both On Board Sata ports...
What's the new firmware version? Usb 2.0 Speed No stone is left unturned in this step-by-step guide, as it give you tips on how to find the best prices on parts, assemble the PC and tweak the BIOS to Also, remember that these ratings are the 'Burst' rate, not the sustained data transfer rates which are around 1/3rd slower then the burst rate.
Something is definitely holding it back, and it's tied to Windows 10 and the particular upgrade path and/or the driver set being used.
Because of this (and among other app problems), I reinstalled Win7x64 and plan to stay Win7 for until end of support. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. It went through a ~13 hour diagnostic with the manufacturer utility software and came out flying colors. have a peek at these guys KenF, Feb 10, 2008 KenF, Feb 10, 2008 #5 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Your name or email address: Do you already have
I asked him about the firmware upgrade and he said that it probably would not help and I should take his advice and buy a dedicated eSATA controller and give support any help would be nice thx ShadowFlashMar 5, 2009, 2:34 AM @Andy...A common problem for me in server '03 x64 (especially over network )...try a little program called "Teracopy" when you I've spent an entire week trying every different setting and driver I can find and still only gets a max of 78 MB/S burst speed. Note that in general that NTFS is the better of the file systems.
Prior to Win10 upgrade, on Win7x64 I transfer from my USB 3.0 external drive to internal RAID0 (or to another external USB 3.0 drive) is around 150 MB/s for 8GB filesize. It seems that the onboard SATA connectors often just don't have enough grunt to drive the bracket/second cable properly. by djbeema / May 10, 2007 10:05 AM PDT I just got a Seagate FreeAgent Pro 500GB external hard drive. If you've already tried only connecting one port at a time, then I don't know what else to try.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Do not use eSATA bracket by vannguyen0 / July 5, 2007 3:33 AM PDT In reply to: what's the new firmware version? That could make a difference?" Are you leaving the drive connected to the USB port, while you're trying to use the eSATA connection? the mlc based drives suck when dealing with more than 1 io operation at a time but are pretty cheap nowadays. Built a machine for my friend, exact same parts from the same store, nothing but problems.