[ale] minimum hardware to enable UDMA66 capability ?
doug_bridges at hotmail.com
Sun Sep 10 14:07:30 EDT 2000
If you are using a plug-in card for the drives, then your motherboard and
CPU don't really matter. Obviously, you need a motherboard that supports a
PCI card(anything Pentium and above). More importantly, you need to have a
machine beefy enough for a RAID system to matter. What are you using this
>From: Courtney Thomas <ccthomas at flash.net>
>To: ale at ale.org
>Subject: [ale] minimum hardware to enable UDMA66 capability ?
>Date: Sun, 10 Sep 2000 09:18:44 -0400
>Greetings Once Again,
>I am preparing to install a RAID5 system that has UDMA66 capability and
>will be using a plug-in PCI disk controller for the drives.
>1-what minimum motherboard attributes are required to insure UDMA66
>2-what minimum CPU is satisfactory ?
>3-are there any other choke-points to avoid ?
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