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sata III geblokeerd in bios van sony vaio vpc sa/sb/se

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  • Waarom is de SATA poort niet geactiveerd voor SATA III. Na de bios update R2085H4 is de SATA III capaciteit niet meer aanwezig. In de oudere BIOS R1031H4 was deze snelheid wel aanwezig.!!! De VAIO VPCSxx maken gebruik van de HM65 chipset deze heeft SATA III capaciteit, volgens sony document "WHICH SATA SPEED CAN MY DRIVE USE?", wordt aangeven dat de HM65 twee SATA III poorten heeft en vier SATA II. Uit testen blijkt dat deze VAIO's, met downgrades, weldegelijk nog de SATA III bezitten, geen hardware fout, maar programeer instelling in de BIOS.! Waarom is SATA III niet meer geativeerd??? foutje, met opzet?? VAIO VPCSxxx aankoop met SSD is dan de SATA III wel geactiveerd? of moet gewacht worden totdat alle SSD SATA II uitverkocht zijn? Ferdinand P.S het document Which SATA speed can my drive use? Serial ATA is the most common interface for mass storage devices in notebook and desktop computers. Depending on the revision and the connected devices, different speeds can be achieved. The Serial ATA interface has been improved in two revisions since it has been available. SATA I, II and III have a gross bandwidth of 1.5 Gbit/s, 3Gbit/s and 6Gbit/s and a net transfer speed of 150 MB/s, 300 MB/s and 600 MB/s respectively. You can determine the available SATA speed for your computer by looking up the specifications of the chipset on the chipset manufacturer's website. Example: VPCSB1S1E/S uses the Intel HM65 Express Chipset, which according to Intel offers 2 SATA III ports and 4 SATA II ports. Mechanical hard disk drive (HDD) read/write speed depends on a number of factors, most prominently the size of the discs, the speed which which the discs rotate.and the position of the data on the disc. HDDs with 3.5" form factor and are typically unable to achieve data rates that exceed 130MB/s. Drives in the 2.5" form factor for notebook use are slower. Some manufacturers quote the transfer speed between the HDD's cache memory (up to 32MB) and the SATA host controller instead of read/write speed of the disc itself, which is much lower and varies widely depending on what exactly the drive has to do. The read/write speed from and to the actual discs is the limiting factor. Connecting the hard disk via a faster interface (SATA II or III) does not make it faster. Solid state drive (SSD) speed depends primarily on the flash memory and controller type used. While the first generation of SSDs did not outperform hard disk drives in read/write speed, some third generation SSDs and SSD raid arrays offer speeds just under 600MB/s and can use the full bandwidth that SATA III offers.
  • [quote:29d9f0bce9="fagus195623"]Waarom is de SATA poort niet geactiveerd voor SATA III. Na de bios update R2085H4 is de SATA III capaciteit niet meer aanwezig. In de oudere BIOS R1031H4 was deze snelheid wel aanwezig.!!! De VAIO VPCSxx maken gebruik van de HM65 chipset deze heeft SATA III capaciteit, volgens sony document "WHICH SATA SPEED CAN MY DRIVE USE?", wordt aangeven dat de HM65 twee SATA III poorten heeft en vier SATA II. Uit testen blijkt dat deze VAIO's, met downgrades, weldegelijk nog de SATA III bezitten, geen hardware fout, maar programeer instelling in de BIOS.! Waarom is SATA III niet meer geativeerd??? foutje, met opzet?? VAIO VPCSxxx aankoop met SSD is dan de SATA III wel geactiveerd? of moet gewacht worden totdat alle SSD SATA II uitverkocht zijn? Ferdinand P.S het document Which SATA speed can my drive use? Serial ATA is the most common interface for mass storage devices in notebook and desktop computers. Depending on the revision and the connected devices, different speeds can be achieved. The Serial ATA interface has been improved in two revisions since it has been available. SATA I, II and III have a gross bandwidth of 1.5 Gbit/s, 3Gbit/s and 6Gbit/s and a net transfer speed of 150 MB/s, 300 MB/s and 600 MB/s respectively. You can determine the available SATA speed for your computer by looking up the specifications of the chipset on the chipset manufacturer's website. Example: VPCSB1S1E/S uses the Intel HM65 Express Chipset, which according to Intel offers 2 SATA III ports and 4 SATA II ports. Mechanical hard disk drive (HDD) read/write speed depends on a number of factors, most prominently the size of the discs, the speed which which the discs rotate.and the position of the data on the disc. HDDs with 3.5" form factor and are typically unable to achieve data rates that exceed 130MB/s. Drives in the 2.5" form factor for notebook use are slower. Some manufacturers quote the transfer speed between the HDD's cache memory (up to 32MB) and the SATA host controller instead of read/write speed of the disc itself, which is much lower and varies widely depending on what exactly the drive has to do. The read/write speed from and to the actual discs is the limiting factor. Connecting the hard disk via a faster interface (SATA II or III) does not make it faster. Solid state drive (SSD) speed depends primarily on the flash memory and controller type used. While the first generation of SSDs did not outperform hard disk drives in read/write speed, some third generation SSDs and SSD raid arrays offer speeds just under 600MB/s and can use the full bandwidth that SATA III offers.[/quote:29d9f0bce9]
  • Hallo, Ik heb hetzelfde probleem en heb sinds twee weken pas een nieuwe Sony Vaio S 1513C5E laptop. Er zit bij mij een Samsung 512 MB pro in en deze komt niet hoger dan 250 mb terwijl die 512 MB kan betreft snelheid. Heb jij nog een oplossing gevonden? Gr. Marcel [quote:3bd6acd18e="fagus195623"]Waarom is de SATA poort niet geactiveerd voor SATA III. Na de bios update R2085H4 is de SATA III capaciteit niet meer aanwezig. In de oudere BIOS R1031H4 was deze snelheid wel aanwezig.!!! De VAIO VPCSxx maken gebruik van de HM65 chipset deze heeft SATA III capaciteit, volgens sony document "WHICH SATA SPEED CAN MY DRIVE USE?", wordt aangeven dat de HM65 twee SATA III poorten heeft en vier SATA II. Uit testen blijkt dat deze VAIO's, met downgrades, weldegelijk nog de SATA III bezitten, geen hardware fout, maar programeer instelling in de BIOS.! Waarom is SATA III niet meer geativeerd??? foutje, met opzet?? VAIO VPCSxxx aankoop met SSD is dan de SATA III wel geactiveerd? of moet gewacht worden totdat alle SSD SATA II uitverkocht zijn? Ferdinand P.S het document Which SATA speed can my drive use? Serial ATA is the most common interface for mass storage devices in notebook and desktop computers. Depending on the revision and the connected devices, different speeds can be achieved. The Serial ATA interface has been improved in two revisions since it has been available. SATA I, II and III have a gross bandwidth of 1.5 Gbit/s, 3Gbit/s and 6Gbit/s and a net transfer speed of 150 MB/s, 300 MB/s and 600 MB/s respectively. You can determine the available SATA speed for your computer by looking up the specifications of the chipset on the chipset manufacturer's website. Example: VPCSB1S1E/S uses the Intel HM65 Express Chipset, which according to Intel offers 2 SATA III ports and 4 SATA II ports. Mechanical hard disk drive (HDD) read/write speed depends on a number of factors, most prominently the size of the discs, the speed which which the discs rotate.and the position of the data on the disc. HDDs with 3.5" form factor and are typically unable to achieve data rates that exceed 130MB/s. Drives in the 2.5" form factor for notebook use are slower. Some manufacturers quote the transfer speed between the HDD's cache memory (up to 32MB) and the SATA host controller instead of read/write speed of the disc itself, which is much lower and varies widely depending on what exactly the drive has to do. The read/write speed from and to the actual discs is the limiting factor. Connecting the hard disk via a faster interface (SATA II or III) does not make it faster. Solid state drive (SSD) speed depends primarily on the flash memory and controller type used. While the first generation of SSDs did not outperform hard disk drives in read/write speed, some third generation SSDs and SSD raid arrays offer speeds just under 600MB/s and can use the full bandwidth that SATA III offers.[/quote:3bd6acd18e]
  • Was de bios update wel nodig...? Proberen terug te flashen naar het oude bios?
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