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Pros: installed ram , powered up system, entered bios, set voltages to spec,rebooted, entered bios and set all the frequencies, re configured the bios to my hardware profile @ 3.8 ghz w/ 1600 mhz ddr-3 T2, rebooted, configured a 4x vertex raid stripe @ 128k clusters and installed win 7 64bit. updated all drivers , used ccleaner to clean system and registry, setup a check disc for next boot , tweaked OS with Auslogics BoostSpeed for win7, rebooted to verify volume integrity, rebooted to 7, ran the sfc/ scanow to verify OS file Integrity, did a start shutdown, then turned off the psu and walked away.
Other Thoughts: Ram worked as Advertised. Craftsmanship seems good. Nothing loose or brittle. If there are any Engineers in here I would like to request a idea.
Offer a cheap high bandwidth storage device. not 200 or 400 mbps but more like 1500 - 2500 mbps. My point is these Hard drives. They are lagging the entire Industry, YOUR CUSTOMERS and people world wide.
My non top of the line machine can move 17 gbps core motherboard bandwidth. and builders are giving out 40 to 250 mbps storage devices that have become the floppy drive of our time. There is no single device capable of high bandwidth for a reasonable price. Not 1.
So people are left out on their own and usually go the Raid stripe to get any kind of a boost, usually its slim at best.
So I pose this to the Hardware Industry.
Offer us a low price high bandwidth bootable storage device.
How about a block 6 or 10 very small ssd drives , say 10 gig and put them in a enclosure of make a neat frame or something. something really neat
Pros: RON PAUL 2010
SDB simultaneous dual band = 600
Cons: proof it works
Other Thoughts: please post test results for all of us.READ FULL REVIEW