|CPU||Intel Core i7-920 (2.66 GHz, 8MB Shared L3 Cache)|
|CPU Cooler||Rosewill FORT120|
|Motherboard||Gigabyte X58A-UD7, BIOS F6 (03-11-2010)|
|RAM||Kingston KHX16000D3ULT1K3/6GX (6GB) DDR3-2000 at DDR3-1600 CAS 7-7-7-20|
|Graphics||Sapphire Radeon HD 5850 1GB 725 MHz GPU, GDDR5-4000|
|OS Hard Drive||Western Digital Velociraptor WD3000HLFS, 300GB 10,000 RPM, SATA 3 Gb/s, 16MB cache|
|Test Drive||Crucial RealSSD C300 256GB SATA 6 Gb/s|
|USB 3.0 Host||Integrated NEC D720200F1, PCIe 2.0 (x1)|
|Sound||Integrated HD Audio|
|Network||Integrated Gigabit Networking|
|Power||Corsair CMPSU-850HX 850W Modular ATX12V v2.2, EPS12V, 80 PLUS Gold|
|OS||Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate x64|
|Graphics||AMD Catalyst 10.3|
|Chipset||Intel INF 126.96.36.1990|
|h2benchw 3.13||Sequential and Sustained Reads and Writes (KB/s) Interface Bandwidth (MB/s) and Access Times (ms)|
We wanted the most direct PCIe 2.0 connection to the chipset possible, and got it using an X58 motherboard from Gigabyte. The X58A-UD7 graced our recent high-end System Builder Marathon PC and a full review of the board is forthcoming.
Proven at speeds beyond 300 MB/s, Crucial’s SATA 6 Gb/s RealSSD C300 is the fastest drive we could get our hands on for today’s review.
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I know this isn't relevant, but what is in the pcie1 slot?Reply
You guys are really benching cases? I figured they'd all be close to the same anyway.Reply
SubSonix1I know this isn't relevant, but what is in the pcie1 slot?Reply
Nothing, the slot is covered by an extended chipset heat sink.
So basically, they all have identical hardware, and IMO all look uglyReply
TomD_1So basically, they all have identical hardware, and IMO all look uglyReply
You forgot to mention they all fit in a shirt pocket. That is the most important part.
Scraping the bottom of the barrel for non-iPad news?Reply
thejerkScraping the bottom of the barrel for non-iPad news?Reply
Um.... few things,
1. They haven't been just covering the ipad. They been covering alot of other things.
2. This isn't news. This is a review. Learn the difference.
if ya think about it this is more cost effective per GB to buy one of these and a hard drive then buying a usb driveReply
Good... so I can share my pirated movies more faster?( sarcasm )Reply
What's the performance like if you use it with a hard drive? Just same as usb 2.0 I'd imagine? Odd that they're only hitting 35MB/sec with USB 2.0. It should go 60MB/sec. Why is this only half the speed?Reply