I had thought that port multiplier support wasn't an issue any more, at least with common SATA chipsets. However, I just got a new motherboard with the B85 chipset (ASRock B85M-ITX) and I've not had any luck getting either the eSATA port or the internal SATA ports to detect the port multiplier in a Mediasonic enclosure that has been working fine on another ASRock board for years.
Does anyone know if Fedora 12 recognises a RAID array on the ICH9R raid chipset? In the past I've found that most on board raid chipsets are software or bios assisted software based and typically linux can only see thier component drives, not the array itself.
I have one question about ARP.I have two boards connected with each other each having two ports and connected back to back in a loop. By using a protocol i am breaking the loop and i am able to ping boards from each one console.
I see the LGA 2011 boards have 7 x16 slots, which might come in handy for what I am doing. However, I see they are the prior gen Ivy Bridge i7's (4820K) that run on them, and so I'd assume outdated chipsets? What disadvantages would one of these boards have over the newer Z87 boards and Haswell i7's?
Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei, has confirmed that his company is working on three new processors for its devices. While one is a quad-core chipset, the two others are octa-core. The quad-core chipset is based on ARM Cortex-A9 and one of the octa-core chipsets is based on ARM Cortex-A15 and Cortex-A7.
Hi guys, there are so many boards out there and I'm just lost. Could someone lead me to a list of mini itx boards that is the best for my CPU? Btw, I prefer the one with the best audio. I was thinking of the MSI Z87I, but the could be overkill. Thanks