It is 64 on all partitions. This is the default that HDConfig sets.
I use more, 200 or 300. But if you have low speed with read/write big files, I think it is not the case. Look for max tansfer value - it it limited somehow?Quote:
I would want to have it silent
So the new pictrures all all active cooled, I think. A passive cooler with a fan isn't that active? Because the fan is active.
It is up to you. If you have big case with good airflow, you can use this cooler without fan.
6.5W @ 900 MHz
7.5W @ 1066 MHz
19W @ 1420 MHz
ARCTIC Alpine M1 Passive RECOMMENDED FOR TDP UP TO: 35 W
I have nearby bigger cooler of graphics card and I want also have some airflow around northbridge - thus I used the fan. And yes, is is active now. But the name of cooler itself stays "M1 passive" Quote:
PCI ATA/ATAPI Driver@0: PIO Mode 4
PCI ATA/ATAPI Driver@0: UDMA Mode 5
PCI ATA/ATAPI Driver@2: PIO Mode 4
PCI ATA/ATAPI Driver@2: UDMA Mode 5
One is the CD-ROM and the other is the hard disk. So they both use 100MB/s.
OK - same values like me. But these numbers are OK for internal IDE. For SiI SATA cards you can (in theory) have 133MB/s, but MOS sata.device is show stopper here.Quote:
> PCI HD 5450
Is that the best card for the Pegasos 2?HD 5450 PCI
- newest, 2D, no overlay, 19W onlyHD 4350 PCI
- 2D, hardware overlay, 20W only9800 PRO AGP
- 2D, 3D, 47W.
It depends, what you want to do with your Peg. But I do not tried the PCI cards.Quote:
3D I don't need (I think) because I don't run 3D games. Overlay is only for MPlayer important?
PCI is slower than AGP. Can you feel it?
Yes, overlay is for playing videos.
As a said - I do not used any PCI card, I simply don't know.
In theory - if you succeed to find (or make) some AGPx1->PCI riser ( something like reversed riser for efika) you can try PCI card in AGP slot - in such case it will have double speed - 66MHz ( compares to 33MHz of other PCI slots).
AmigaOS3: Amiga 1200
AmigaOS4: Micro A1-C, AmigaOne XE, Pegasos II, Sam440ep, Sam440ep-flex, AmigaOneX1000
MorphOS: Efika 5200b, Pegasos I, Pegasos II, Powerbook G4, Mac Mini, iMac G5, Powermac G5 Quad