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    I never seen it done yet in the last 13 years and...

    I never seen it done yet in the last 13 years and countless of servers. Only adding extra CPU(s) in a system that wasnt fully populated from the start.
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    That makes no sense. You wouldnt need TRIM there...

    That makes no sense. You wouldnt need TRIM there since you could simply erase the drives. TRIM is essentially not needed at all. Its a minor enhancement. It marks the blocks for erase each time you...
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    I didnt say the current highend wouldnt win...

    I didnt say the current highend wouldnt win today. Or even most of the cards below. The point is about the future. CPU+GPU solutions is eating the discrete GPUs from below and up. And specially in...
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    Its the same for any OS. The only thing Win7 adds...

    Its the same for any OS. The only thing Win7 adds is TRIM basicly. Besides disabling scheduled defrag for SSDs.
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    But what about RAID? And why do I have to do it?...

    But what about RAID? And why do I have to do it? I dont have to do such things on a Samsung or Intel SSD.
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    Its certainly dont have a turbomode that high....

    Its certainly dont have a turbomode that high. Its 3.33ghz and 3.46Ghz for 3-4 and 1-2 cores.
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    You mean this? ...

    You mean this?

    http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=55238

    Or do you mean the repair option in Vista/Win7?
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    Another problem is alligning partitions and...

    Another problem is alligning partitions and selecting another than default allocation size cant be done without a running Windows OS. In short, you need to conf and setup the drive in Windows before...
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    I dont considering it needed. Specially since...

    I dont considering it needed. Specially since data is far from static.
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    You dont need to tweak and allign other SSDs like...

    You dont need to tweak and allign other SSDs like X25. It runs the best all the time. Just like mechanical HDs.
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    Are you serious? If you cant just pop it in and...

    Are you serious? If you cant just pop it in and format it. Then something is obviously wrong with the product. Its like having SLI/Crossfire but you manually have to make all the profiles yourself...
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    XP died long ago. And Win7 uses about the same as...

    XP died long ago. And Win7 uses about the same as Vista. Any SP for Win7 will fail on a 30GB drive too.

    A newly installed Win7 7100 with Office Standard/Java/Flash/Adobe Reader 9.1+updates takes...
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    Thats also about the best there is out there...

    Thats also about the best there is out there HD4890 is 125GB/sec. Replace the 64bit DIMMs with 128bit DIMMs and your i7 is now 100GB/sec with trichannel. And DDR3 also still have plenty of potential...
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    You cant calculate performance backwards like...

    You cant calculate performance backwards like that.

    And if you look on memory. The nehalem system seems quite wierd. 16GB with trichannels aint easy to put it mildly. The opterons systems would...
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    30GB for OS is a very bad idea. An example here...

    30GB for OS is a very bad idea. An example here at work was an old 32GB SSD with Vista that couldnt apply SP2. Even tho everything else was removed. 60-80GB as minimum in my eyes.



    Besides...
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    Jeebus....

    Jeebus....
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    Yes. You can actually run some "CPU+GPU" at about...

    Yes. You can actually run some "CPU+GPU" at about HD4650 to HD4670 speeds with DDR3-1066 up to 2000.

    DDR3-2000 on i7 is about 50GB/sec or so. Add some quadchannel memory or simply just 128 or...
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    If you run 4 threads or less out of the possible...

    If you run 4 threads or less out of the possible 16 yes in almost all cases. Unless coded with some exception.
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    Thats how it worked long ago in XP32. In 2003 you...

    Thats how it worked long ago in XP32. In 2003 you got an API called GetLogicalProcessorInformation.

    GetLogicalProcessorInformation returns data that describes:
    The physical-to-logical...
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    Lets hope. But looking on the past I wouldnt bet...

    Lets hope. But looking on the past I wouldnt bet on anything. Many of the DX10 games etc was just DX9 visuals/capabilities in DX10 mode.

    And without some fixed number it could be this year, 2012...
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    I heard it was iceland. They are quite unhappy...

    I heard it was iceland. They are quite unhappy about the US financial collapse :rofl:
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    Hehe. Well you got DX10.1 You cant get it all :p:...

    Hehe. Well you got DX10.1 You cant get it all :p:



    Clocks are somewhat high. And the 40nm aint going good. So perhaps fanless parts aswell later. But yes, fully agree.
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    XP and 2003 is only the same for x64. x86 is...

    XP and 2003 is only the same for x64. x86 is different.

    Its no diffrent than when you do SMP and Multicore scheduling. Today its mostly done via ACPI to tell the OS who is who. If you load a HT...
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    Vista and Windows Server 2008 is the same kernel...

    Vista and Windows Server 2008 is the same kernel and codebase.
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    Windows loads the cores correctly. The extra...

    Windows loads the cores correctly. The extra logical cores per real core is loaded last.
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