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    HyperDuo

    Just noticed this feature on the P8P67 Deluxe last night. Did not notice it on previous 9128 chips.

    HyperDuo lets you "raid" effectively a SSD and an HDD. Some may simplify it as using the SSD as cache but its more complex then that.

    here is the marketting brief

    Once I get my SSD back from RMA I will test this out and write it up.

    Oh.. it says from the 9130 chip.. but it is available on the 9128 as well

    I still have to figure out what "threshold" means to in the Marvell BIOS...

    Going to be concentrating on RAM the next couple of days, and have to wait for my SSD to come back anyway but hope to have this up shortly afterwards
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    very cool! That sounds really interesting. Maybe this is their way of taking the HDDBOOST stuff (Here) and just integrating it into the BIOS?
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    Ahh,, thats the thing I was thinking of exactly

    thanks Drew.

    Thats the tech. Marvell has two modes, I of course will only be focusing on the performance mode. The other mode copies all info to both drives... so if the SSD dies you can just run the HDD. This is all based of the info of the 9130 chip though...

    But I have those options on the 9128 so... will see...

    Oh drew... I am done with the SSDs so will get them packaged up for you tomorrow. Going to work again (yeah!) so should have the money to ship them out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neuromancer View Post
    Ahh,, thats the thing I was thinking of exactly

    thanks Drew.

    Thats the tech. Marvell has two modes, I of course will only be focusing on the performance mode. The other mode copies all info to both drives... so if the SSD dies you can just run the HDD. This is all based of the info of the 9130 chip though...

    But I have those options on the 9128 so... will see...

    Oh drew... I am done with the SSDs so will get them packaged up for you tomorrow. Going to work again (yeah!) so should have the money to ship them out
    great minds think alike

    Thanks! Sounds great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neuromancer View Post

    I still have to figure out what "threshold" means to in the Marvell BIOS...
    Threshold refers to the amount of the SSD's space to use for your files. The default is 90%. You would think 100% full usage would be optimal, but apparently some free space makes the whole thing work better.
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