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Looking at Vista's I/O Performance

Posted on Monday, September 24 2007 @ 03:02:24 CEST by


No doubt you know that Vista's I/O performance is not (yet) up Windows XP levels. Microsoft released a patch last month to fix the problem. Tech Hounds took a look whether or not the patch helped or not.

Originally, we set out to compare various RAID and AHCI SATA controllers and what kind of performance we can expect with Vista. But problems during testing lead us elsewhere - this article. These preliminary testing clearly shows that kind of comparison is just not possible right now - something is still definitely broken with Vista's I/O performance.

Read on over here.


 



 

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