Originally Posted by Time-Pilot
I read your link, it was just garbage thats all.
Please explain? It shows benchmarks and performance ratings and disputes what Anantech says. You're not one of those Anandtech fanboys are you?
|I find an article that disputes some of you findings and you go off the deep end, you need to relax, and enhance your calm.
I didn't go off the deep end at all, I was just showing that you are completely and utterly wrong in what you stated. Even the article you showed displays that RAID0 is the top performer. The article I showed that uses an actual real RAID situation shows 3+ times the performance.
|As far as using a REAL controller as you put it, I don't think any of the SATA/IDE RAID controllers should be considered REAL to being with. I fyou want REAL you need to go SCSI with battery backed cache.
On a workstation? Sure buddy.
I said REAL because the controller Anantech used is a low end piece of junk entry-level controller that NOBODY would actually use in a real situtation. It is NOT found on enthusiest or high-end user boards. Anybody in their right mind would be using the Promise SATA RAID.. it just looks like Anantech was too stupid as shown WITH PROOF in the article I gave you.
The only reason I am posting is because you are spreading complete misinformation to people when they are ordering very expensive systems... and they should be given the correct information. I find it so hilarious that you praise this single Anantech article as the golden word.. yet they are known to be junk with many reviews.. meanwhile tweekers is known for debunking a lot of the crap reviews and lies spread by Anantech and Toms.
Maybe you could explain why the link I gave was garbage? Exactly, you didn't read it. Does your printer work?
I mean it's all fine and dandy to show two games having the very same loading times (wow that really shows all game eh?).. but how about we start up an application downloading, leave word open, and maybe play some MP3s and then start up the game. Now you have a real-world situation and the RAID system will be almost twice as fast or more in a situation like this.