ASRock Bundle SATA III Card With Motherboard

"ASRock have bundled in a SATA III card with their latest high end P55 motherboard."

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SATA III card bundled with new motherboard
 
ASRock SATA III CardFollowing issues with the Marvell 88SE9123 chip on certain motherboards that caused many manufacturers to drop SATA III support, ASRock have decided to upon a solution. With their new high end P55 Deluxe they will bundle in a half height PCI express x1 card which sports two internal SATA III ports, and an eSATA III port. The card is based on the same Marvell 88SE9123 chip, but Marvell say that the problems is only with the PATA support on the chip and not the SATA III support, so this card should work perfectly.
 
There has been some talk of bandwidth issues with this card being on the PCI express x1 interface, which can supply up to 500Mbps, which some are saying will not be enough for two devices, although from what I can see, there shouldn't be many problems and it will be faster than SATA II. There is now just the simple, or rather difficult, task of finding some devices that support the 6.0 Gbps interface.
 
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14-08-2009, 06:08:13

Judderman
Hi :)

They generally speed up some of the windows default settings like the kill apps and show menu, which are generally set slow in the windows registry. This isnt overclocking but it will just sharpen up win7 so it feels faster and gets rid of some of the annoying features.

I am not gonna list them one by one but if u take a line of the script and google it u will find the long winded answer on wiki or another site.

I wrote the registry file for personal use tbh as I spent the time reading and finding all the tweaks and all the explanations I just wanted a 1 click file to save me having to do them all individually. This thread really was just to save u guys that time, and also to maybe find some more tweaks to make win7 even better :)

14-08-2009, 06:24:46

Rastalovich
EDIT: Retracted, it's merely setting up a Run As Administrator command in the explorer shell.

14-08-2009, 06:44:59

Judderman
These tweaks are aimed more for the experienced user :)

They only disable annoying stuff within win7 that experienced users dont want to see, the administrator stuff is more for taking ownership of files so u dont get about 10 prompts to alter a file.

I would always be weary of any registry file I found posted on a forum and you are all free to edit the file to take out anything you are unsure about but these tweaks are posted in good faith with nothing intended to mess up someones puter or put any1 at any kinda risk.

As for spyware the script does not take you to any kinda of website or install anything on your PC and as long as you have a decent firewall and anti virus installed, the script will not put you in any more kinda of danger than you normally are. If you havent got a decent firewall and AV installed then win7 aint gonna stop you getting a nasty rash :)

Like I said before make sure you backup before using and you will not have a problem, if you are unsure dont bother with tweaks :)

14-08-2009, 06:56:09

Rastalovich

As for spyware the script does not take you to any kinda of website or install anything on your PC and as long as you have a decent firewall and anti virus installed, the script will not put you in any more kinda of danger than you normally are. If you havent got a decent firewall and AV installed then win7 aint gonna stop you getting a nasty rash



Incorrect.

There are batches of wildfire malware out there that do-not get picked up by ANY antivirus/antispyware, until ur infected and have to deal with it afterwards.

Most common at present are the ones claiming to be antivirus themselves, and the ones offering to remove viruses u don't have for a varying fee.

The higher the level the programs have to write to where-ever they chose in ur OS, the more prevelant and trickier to remove they could be.

14-08-2009, 06:59:42

Freak
The top ones are the basics. Changing how fast the menu opnes. Killing dead apps etc. All good.
Looking at the last two I believe that its nothing to do with the C drive.
It just uses the command prompt as the admin group so that you can run stuff normally without having to right click, run as, admin

14-08-2009, 07:08:38

Judderman
Makes you wish you had never started a thread lol

Like I said this script was for personal use and disabled the stuff I did not want to see all the time, and speeds a few things in win7 up, I have a firewall that warns me when a app trys to access the net or change settings on my PC so personally I dont need win7 to prompt me.

Like I said above you are free to edit or not to run this script lol

I just thought for those of you who know wot the settings relate to and also dont want to be prompted everytime this would save you a few minutes of your life :)

14-08-2009, 07:11:00

Rastalovich
The final command with the "/t" being a take away of those rights ?

I don't understand why it takes ownership, does nothing, then takes it away.

14-08-2009, 07:22:05

Judderman

14-08-2009, 07:42:37

Rastalovich

The top ones are the basics. Changing how fast the menu opnes. Killing dead apps etc. All good.
Looking at the last two I believe that its nothing to do with the C drive.
It just uses the command prompt as the admin group so that you can run stuff normally without having to right click, run as, admin



Yeah u have it, a context menu Run As Administrator command.

14-08-2009, 12:05:36

Judderman
Are we kinda agreed then that the script isnt dangerous :)

Like I say I wouldnt knowingly put a dangerous script on the forums, I know I have only been a member 1 week but I been around long enuff to not crap on my own doorstep, and I like this forum and dont wanna be kiked :)

Like I said before hope the script is useful to those who are happy to run it

Kind regards :)
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