@kdmine Same make but not model. Doesn't make sense to re-buy a 5 year old mobo. That said, Tossed the raid array and did a clean install (still wouldn't let me image) and was finally able to mount the virtual drive in the disk management snap in. Manual copying sucks but, much better than the alternative.
there is this but looking for any experienced people https://hackernoon.com/how-to-create-a-token-factory-with-ethereum-part-1-85e84d1f38fc
buenas saludos amigo sabes que tengo un sp20 y me esta presentando el mismo inconvenientes que a ti te paso, sera que me podrias ayudar si llegaste a solucionarlo, yo no he podido porque no poseeo los archivos de imagen de arranque ni la recuperacion por la via de micro sd. sera que me los puedes mandar aqui mi correo firstname.lastname@example.org, te lo agradeceria
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@CryptoMadeMan I imagine that to be true for everyone. It's always better to deal with a local vendor than buying from someone in a different country. I'd much rather buy from a national store than import something from the US, if nothing else, than to avoid the high duty fees and taxes.
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@CryptoMadeMan if some hardware manufacturers had a way to improve hashing by ~20% they would be stupid not to use this edge against the competition. Of course they are using this edge and that is likely why they are at least partially resistant against the Bitcoin Core suggested SegWit upgrade, as it renders this hashing gain void.
As the 95% consensus requirement for Segwit stands, Bitmain will make sure that it is never activated. That is probably why the hardcore "Core" supporters are so frustrated.
If you are using Samsung 840/850 EVO/PRO SSDs and are looking for a little more zip when launching/closing/booting/coming out of sleep on your PC then you might try Samsung's RAPID mode in the Samsung Magician program on Windows.
This will not help in 'most' games as they load all level data to RAM at launch anyway. RAPID mode is essentially a RAM drive for those that don't already have/run a dedicated (and usually more functional) RAM drive program.
Going to be working on some image work with multiple programs and the web at the same time? This could help speed things up. I've can see a small improvement on exchanges in chrome but, not really worth it unless you are doing other things at the same time.
Samsung's benchmark inside Magician is a little misleading since it's showing the speed of your RAM instead of the SSD when RAPID is turned on but, I've placed them here for reference.
If you are looking for a little better load times in games, that have to load maps or other stuff more often like GTA 5, I'd suggest looking up DIMMDRIVE on steam. It should also work with most other programs but, there are other options out there that cater more to a 'workstation' environment.