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These support LGA Originally Posted by parsec. The point here is they ought to support a standard SATA drive, regardless of the type.
This means that the and initial codename Tylersburg-EP chipsets are essentially QPI to PCI Express interfaces; the is more intended for graphical workstations and the for servers that do not need vast amounts of PCI Express connectivity. The review had no problems with that chipset and SSD combination.
InfoWorld Media Group, Inc. Originally Posted by Wired Couple of things: Note that the P2 chips mentioned above were initially designed for the Intel chipset for Itanium 2, and that the summary page of the E datasheet incorrectly claims three PCI Express interfaces. These support Socket Originally Posted by parsec Did you install the inf files for your chipset?
All times are GMT The same thing goes for HP.
It performs better on 0. I tried a few more times to run ATTO, and managed to get 1 run out of it. Originally Posted by Wired. Checking Intel’s site for information on the Z68 chipset shows that the Intel 6-series chipset datasheet also includes the C series chipsets, meaning they are essentially the same.
These chipsets use a ‘ cohtroller independent bus ‘ design, in which each socket has its own connection to the chipset. The C series chipset are similar if not identical to the “high-end” desktop chipsets, chilset as a PCH, on desktop boards.
Determining the eSATA card in a system.
The divergence was implemented by using different sockets; since then, the sockets for Xeon chips have tended to remain constant across several generations of implementation. The chipset is also compatible with an Intel Core i5 or Intel Core i3 processor. The Nehalem-based Xeons for dual-socket systems, initially launched as the Xeon 55xx series, feature a very different system structure: Retrieved from ” https: Find all posts by parsec.
So I updated the firmware to the latest version on the SSD, reinstalled windows, ran updates, and success, installed fine, however it was extremely slow, slower then cchipset HDD i had in there before. Find all posts by george Did you secure erase the SSD when you reinstalled Windows?
Downloads for Intel® C202 Chipset
Secure erase is like factory reset. Also, for Intel to lock-out other manufactures SSDs use with even their server products would be a ridiculous move on their part, and would create quite an outcry among users of those servers, and hardware reviewers, IMO.
Archived from the original PDF on Did you install the inf files for your chipset? So I reinstalled Windows again, ran updates, same thing. Find all posts by Wired.
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