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:) Thanks man as I have been doing some checking for 'fast shutdown' on my daily thang.

 

RGone...

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Yeah. Clearing pagefile at windows shutdown definately brings a bit of security to our windoze, but slows down the shutdown badly...

 

Dunno if it's linked or two different thing though... I only know it's 5 times faster at least, depending on the size of the swapfile...

 

Startup speed can be accelerated by using faster hdds ;):D

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"Startup speed can be accelerated by using faster hdds" SAE

 

As usual yer right on target SAE. Me Raid 0 arrays are flying but I'd like them even faster. Can you say "get it together Sil Image"? yer, killin me -63 degress - so friggin kewl.

love to play wit one of them thangs -

 

want to touch the hiney
- Billy Madison

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Originally posted by soundx98

"Startup speed can be accelerated by using faster hdds" SAE

 

As usual yer right on target SAE. Me Raid 0 arrays are flying but I'd like them even faster. Can you say "get it together Sil Image"? yer, killin me -63 degress - so friggin kewl.

love to play wit one of them thangs -

 

- Billy Madison

 

hehe. I took my raid and thought about a bit of testing with single drives as there are some probs with raid and APIC... bang. I can live with the lower hdd performance now, thus gaining stability with APIC on and no more hardlocks clocking my rig in windoze ;)

 

Temps get warmer outside now :D Only -52°C load temps at 3.1GHz LOL

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Hardrives you say, prolly looking for a cool and free temperature monitor for those hard drives. may want to check out: http://www.rsdsoft.com/hdd-thermometer/index.php?lang=eng

 

EDIT: Getting an occasional temp jump on the SATA to 227 degres. Goes back down immediately but flashs an overheat warning when triggered. Works fine on my ATA drives though.

 

And Don't forget about the AIDA32 successor - Everest at

http://www.lavalys.com

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Originally posted by soundx98

Hardrives you say, prolly looking for a cool and free temperature monitor for those hard drives. may want to check out: http://www.rsdsoft.com/hdd-thermometer/index.php?lang=eng

 

And Don't forget about the AIDA32 successor - Everest at

http://www.lavalys.com

Oh.... that reminds me, I've been meaning to ask this:

"Speedfan" can monitor HDD temps, but it also shows S.M.A.R.T info even though it is disabled in bios. Does this mean it's overriding bios setting or can it scan the HDD's without the need for S.M.A.R.T to be on in bios.

speedfan1.jpgspeedfan2.jpg

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