Gigabyte GA-X38-DS4 Intel SATA Driver
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Gigabyte GA-X38-DS4 Intel SATA Driver
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Overclocking If you read the EP35 article Gigabyte GA-X38-DS4 Intel SATA will see that we were not totally pleased with the overclocking of the board. But with the EX38 our experience was totally different. We decided from the start to use the 5: The manual makes no indication that the Native Sata Native mode affects the installation procedure of the OS.
Concerning the drive sizes. Your showing as isnt a huge suprise.
I know of two reasons this might happen. First, I think the old 32 bit limit is like gigs, which was circumvented by Large Block Addressing.
Gigabyte GA-X38-DS4 Intel SATA Some drives have a jumper that limits their size too not sure why. Ive never had a Raptor but it might be worth checking. I dont know all the specifics, Im no math pro either kinda applies to the first possibility in this paragraph too. I could be off with the numbers and specs here but the idea is sound and documented around the net. This can account for variations in what is advertised by the manufacturer vs what is seen by the system.
There is also a set amount Gigabyte GA-X38-DS4 Intel SATA room reserved for the file system like file names, attributes, location of the data on the drive; This could account for a small portion of missing space once in the OS, but I dont know the proportion. Thats creepy, I couldnt see a reason other than an accidental mirror setup or the native mode affecting it somehow?
Notice the Southbridge is cooled by it's own heatsink and has not heat pipes connecting to the Northbridge heatsink. On the back you can see a copper backplate which allows the northbridge to dissipate heat in multiple directions.
This has eight USB 2. There is a flaw in the design though - the cables are pretty short so you'll have to find something to rest the drive on do NOT lay it on the carpet!
No USB and Firewire bracket? An extra four USB ports are included on the board, but this not being the super-duper DQ6 board we can kind of forgive it.