Adaptec AUA-5100 PCI Intel P35+ICH9R Driver
2nd generation Intel(R) Core(TM) processor family PCI Express Controller - Adaptec AHAC/C/C/C PCI SCSI Controller · Adaptec SCSI Intel(R) G33/G31/P35/P31 Express Chipset PCI Express Root Port - 29C1 Intel(R) ICH9 Family PCI Express Root Port 1 - · Intel(R) ICH9 Family. PCI\VEN_&DEV_2E09, Intel(R) 4 Series Chipset PCI Express Root Port - 2E09 .. PCI\VEN_&DEV_65E2, Intel Corporation Chipset PCI Express x4 . PCI\VEN_&DEV_29C0, Intel Corporation 82G33/G31/P35/P31 PCI\VEN_&DEV_, Intel Corporation IB (ICH9) 4 port Missing: AUA-. DFI Lanparty UT PT2R (Details Below on Compatibility). P35 Chipset. ICH9R . Other PCI/PCI-e Components (USB are listed in Other Accessories below). Wireless/Wired Card . Chipset: Intel X38 + ICH9R Model: DC SFF. Motherboard .. do not work. Tried a few different OSX Adaptec drivers.
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Adaptec AUA-5100 PCI Intel P35+ICH9R Driver
I was told that if you RAID a series of drives that it is seen as only 1 drive therefore your trackcount will be limited to the spec of one drive.
Драйвер чипсета Intel v. 126.96.36.1995 Windows XP, 7, 8 , 8.1, 10 32-64 bit
I know Digi tend to overspec to cover their arse but if anybody is getting a high track count up to tracks please shout out. Tell me if you find out any different Bill Basically, it is like any digital mixer: Next would be computer hardware. OK, that is a lie Of course, sample rate can have an impact as well. The biggest consistent advantage I have Adaptec AUA-5100 PCI Intel P35+ICH9R is that SCSI drives high quality "spin up" faster, and thus "press play to audio" time is significantly?
If one were doing huge sessions with video, SCSI might the answer. If one is doing sessions with tons of editing, and spin up is a major issue, then SCSI is the answer. I do not see any other reason for SCSI.
IDE drives, rpm. With those 32 playing back, I was still able to record an additional 24 at once reliably.
Returns diminished after that, by about 8 tracks each time I added and continued playing back. I believe at 72 playing back, I had to switch to the system drive for aid. I moved Adaptec AUA-5100 PCI Intel P35+ICH9R bunch of tracks to the system drive, and then continued with recording on the audio drive. Attaining the full 96 voice capability was possible with just those two drives.
Light edits were also fine, but get into some good, mediumk density edits and things demand reduction in tracks playing back. Not bad IMO!
The caching you speak of simply provides the faster "press play to audio" times. Reliability was also a factor before, but it seems to have diminished returns as well. Lastly, with a RAID solution that has two Adaptec AUA-5100 PCI Intel P35+ICH9R apearing as one non-mirroredthe benefit is that the two are seen as one, but perofrmance is effectively? It is the pipe the data flows thru that presents the biggest problem then.
But, SATA is plenty capable to providing a big enough pipe for anything thrown at it. I only do music, and do not do extremely high density edits. I never excede tracks in regular use only for testing and such. Of course, that doesnt mean other solutions dont have merit!
Bill Rigby I can only afford an HD 2. Money is also an issue for me Next would be computer hardware. I work with mainly surround in mind hence the desire for a high track count.
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I visited your forum and read about your system, very nice! I also run a second computer with the same Motherboard as you with Gigastudio and Virtual Instruments ,but with a Soundscape Mixtreme. The computer Specs that I have listed in my earlier reply within this post will hopefully do everything within the same computer, but I have the second computer there if there is a RAM problem. I also believe there is little value in the upper sample rates The upper end audiofile stereo market is very limited, but the surround market, well that is a whole different kettle of fish I agree, SCSI is nice Depends on your client ,volume of work and budget. With reference to this last comment, I know Digi overspec to cover there butts as I mentioned before I am running 5 SCSI drives dedicated to Pro Tools Audio and hoping to achieve the maximum track count Recording to or playback from system drives is not supported.
Please do not activate this feature Note the last line. I wish you luck, It is probably my Meglomania Composition, Post,Surround etc that brings me undone but I believe that the research I have put into this system should give enough headroom for all these requirements simultaneously. Thx for the comments, and Adaptec AUA-5100 PCI Intel P35+ICH9R posts!
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Users who have taken a leap, and what they discovered. It is all those I am hoping will pop in from the woodwork, in addition to those using proven, or partially proven, systems.
I have posts of users running RAID with success. THIS intrigues me, as it allows for one to begin with small realities, and build to big dreams. I work in both stereo and surround 5. I am hoping a Adaptec AUA-5100 PCI Intel P35+ICH9R dual dual core or better!