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BIOS Option Of The Week - DRDY Timing at TechARP

Posted on Sunday, May 20 2012 @ 17:58:35 CEST by


This week TechARP discusses the BIOS Option Of The Week - DRDY Timing. You can learn about it over here.
This BIOS feature determines how quickly IDE or Serial ATA devices in the system are made available to the host controller after they execute their read or write commands. When set to Default, the IDE or Serial ATA device will retain its default DRDY timing. When set to Slowest, the IDE or Serial ATA device will use a slower DRDY timing. This increases the time for the device to be ready for the next command, after it completes its task. When set to Optimize, the IDE or Serial ATA device will use a faster DRDY timing. This decreases the time for the device to be ready for the next command, after it completes its task.




 



 

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