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FOXCONN BLOODRAGE MARVELL SATA DRIVER
This is a bit of an odd situation here.
So that was done, but its results need to be taken with a grain of salt as the controller is no doubt not nearly the performer with SATA drives as it would be SAS drives. Additionally in a direct comparison you are almost comparing apples and oranges between the two drive types themselves.
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So results in this case have more variables than usual. Bear this in mind when looking at them.
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The main benefit to testing the SAS controller in this way is to ensure that it did indeed function properly and that if you chose to use regular SATA drives Foxconn Bloodrage Marvell SATA it, which I figure will probably be the norm if these ports get used at all they will function properly and you'll know what kind of performance you will get out of it compared to the JMicron or ICH10R controllers also found on this board. To Foxconn's credit, the drive controllers worked fairly well. They gave me very few issues overall.
With a single SATA drive it worked fine. I'd set up the options and when it came time to hit "Y" to build the array, the software simply wouldn't do anything. I tried multiple keyboards to rule out that problem and that wasn't the issue. I Foxconn Bloodrage Marvell SATA multiple times with a variety of options and nothing ever changed.
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Foxconn Bloodrage Marvell SATA is a good thing as this doesn't always work as intended. Interestingly enough, as you can see by the graphs above, there isn't a clear cut winner as far as performance goes between the onboard controllers. Everything is well implemented on the board and CPU usage is very low.
What's unusual here is the division of performance. This tells me that for an onboard solution, the Marvell SAS controller is actually very good for a solution that isn't a pure hardware driven one.
LAN1 The small files test showed a maximum transfer rate of The small files upload test showed a maximum transfer speed of The large files download test showed a peak transfer rate of The large files upload test showed a similar peak transfer rate of LAN2 The results of the second LAN interface test mirrored the first with the small files download test showing Foxconn Bloodrage Marvell SATA maximum throughput of The small files upload test showed a maximum speed of The large files download test again mirrored that of the same test performed on the first NIC interface. The test peaked with a transfer speed of The large files upload test maxed out at Because this board is aimed for extreme users who will be overclocking, memory is limited to one triple channel to help keep the memory signals clean when pushing higher speeds.
When it comes to Foxconn Bloodrage Marvell SATA the whole thing cool, Foxconn Bloodrage Marvell SATA has come up with a very elaborate heat-pipe assembly as well as some off-pipe heatsinks to keep things as cool as possible. The Northbridge can be equipped with either a water cooling or LN2 cooling setup by removing four screws from the Northbridge heatsink and replacing the air fins with either the water block or LN2 bucket. Click the above image for the large version Keeping things as tidy as possible isn't an easy task, but this is one way to do it. On the bottom edge of the board there are two more SATA ports.
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Click the above image for the large version Coming down to the power Foxconn Bloodrage Marvell SATA, Foxconn has them covered with a 12 phase voltage regulation system using solid state components, giving the board a true extra edge. The QPI and the memory which are on the CPU UnCore are given a separate two-phase voltage system to help stabilise the memory under heavy clocks, especially since you can't increase the memory voltage past 1.
Only the keyboard port remains where two USB ports replace the mouse port. In the place where the audio ports would normally be, two eSATA ports are put in their place.
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The Bloodrage supports the latest industry technologies - Intel® Bloomfield series. eSATA and SATA drives you can connect standard rpm drives as well.
We've received confirmation from Foxconn that a certain number of retail boards may be incompatible with some of the higher power PSU's.