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AHCI vs IDE article

Discussion in 'Storage' started by kenkickr, Dec 27, 2008.

  1. kenkickr

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    Language is hard going , but article is interesting.
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    Have had ACHI on for couple years now, I do like it and seems I'm gaining extra (file copy) by having by having Samsung drives. Although there is no mention in the article what drives were used. Performance difference is massive between my old and the new F1.

    I do remember when SATA drives came, NCQ was a big word then. No-one just mentioned that you needed ACHI to use it and that isn't possible without OS reinstall :)

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