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    [mini review] adaptador ide-sata

    Comprei hoje um adaptador ide-sata, sata-ide e me decepcionei muito.
    Fiz com o intuito de desativar a controladora ide onboard, mas me dei mal.
    Olham os resultados

    Produto:
    Conversor IDE para SATA e SATA para IDE - COMTAC

    Sem o adaptador:



    Com o adaptador:


    Software - EVEREST

    Eu não esperava uma melhora na performance, mas esperava que a velocidade se mantivesse.
    Alguma sugestão?

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    estranho, lembro de quando usei o adaptador da nf7s de ide para sata, ficou na mesma, ta tudo configurado direito ai?

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    Parece que sim.
    Acho que não tem nenhuma configuração que possa atrapalhar.
    Preciso arrumar outro micro pra fazer mais testes.
    Estranho o teste bater 31MB/s em tudo, parece uma limitação mesmo.

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    esta ao menos em UDMA 5 (ata 100)?

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    S!,

    Uso um adaptador desses aqui para fazer backups de clientes e também sinto que perde desempenho, nunca fiz teste, mas é perceptivel. Agora fiquei curioso, assim que possivel vou fazer umas medições.

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    Sempre ouvir falar, q esse adaptador q liga direto no hd, funciona, mas sempre falaram mal do desempenho
    Existe tb um pci com controladora sata, não sei se esse é melhor

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    Aqui eu uso um adaptador IDE-SATA Serilell que veio numa NF7-S

    Não tenho os resultados na porta IDE, mas aqui com adaptador que eu me lembre tá normal isso:


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    Parece que esse da nfs-s é melhor, o hd não ficava como udma5, ficava como sata I, se não me engano.
    Colocarei outra vez, tirei porque precisava fazer um backup grande nele.
    Vou religar e fazer uns testes.

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    Bem capaz de ser o circuito controlador do adaptador do Serilell da ABIT ser melhor, e esse daí deve ser ser diferente, talvez pior (não sei ) e estar limitando. Muito estranho ficar praticamente tudo cravado em 31 MB/s. Toda a cara de limitação mesmo.

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    cognitive ability

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