|Sep 28, 2007, 02:53 PM||#1|
G5 + firewire
I'm just wondering if the known bottlenecks of the G5 firewire write speed (barefeats drew this conclusion) were fixed by any updates recently, or if people here found a solution? Has apple just moved on from this problem?
I just bought the 1TB Maxtor One Touch III, (RAID 0) firewire 800. Its supposed to be 92 mb/s, 42 through firewire 400. Well, in my G5 I'm at 42mb/s in the firewire 800 which doesn't surprise me because I heard about these problems before.
Just looking for advice, solutions.
DEAD Dual 2.0 G5 | 3.5 GB RAM | 9600 Pro
Hackintosh 980x i7 3.75Ghz | GTX 285 | 24GB 1600 mhz RAM | 120 GB SSD | 4TB WD Black RAID | 12x Blu Ray Burner
|Sep 28, 2007, 04:48 PM||#2|
I haven't noticed a bottleneck, actually.
quad i7 2ghz Mac Mini/16gb/120gb Vertex3/10.8.5
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