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Tweaking with Anglebird SSD in MacPro 2009-12

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Does anyone have any actual experience with using an Anglebird SSD drive?
https://www.angelbird.com/prod/ssd-wrk-651/
It does have TRIM support which the other mainstream drives do not appear to have.
I am currently using an 512GB X400 Sandisk SSD as my boot drive on a 2x 2.93 GHz Quad-Core Xeon. Flashed to 5,1 running 10.12.3. Recently added a 4 port USB3 PCI card.
http://www.pro-tools-expert.com/home-page/2016/1/7/review-of-angelbird-ssd-drives-part-3-ssd2go-pocket-drive-conclusions
@danj, @reecee
-Next I'm looking at just how much of a CPU upgrade to go to (and what I can afford, a bit pricey at $1,785) http://www.ebay.com/itm/12-Core-3-46GHz-Apple-Mac-Pro-CPU-Tray-Upgrade-Westmere-2009-2010-4-1-5-1-128GB-/262899692801?hash=item3d360af501:g:sooAAOSwDk5T7bsP
+Next I'm looking at just how much of a CPU upgrade to go to (and what I can afford, a bit pricey at $1,785) 12-Core 3.46GHz Apple Mac Pro CPU Tray Upgrade Westmere 2009 2010 4,1 5,1 128GB http://www.ebay.com/itm/12-Core-3-46GHz-Apple-Mac-Pro-CPU-Tray-Upgrade-Westmere-2009-2010-4-1-5-1-128GB-/262899692801?hash=item3d360af501:g:sooAAOSwDk5T7bsP
Does anyone have experience with the processor upgrades beyond what Apple has put out? http://create.pro/blog/3-46ghz-12-core-mac-pro-cpu-upgrade-benchmarked-pro-tools-expert-try-out-a-2-x-intel-xeon-x5690-mac-pro-system/

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Titel:

Tweaking with Anglebird SSD in MacPro 2009-12

Text:

Does anyone have any actual experience with using an Anglebird SSD drive?
https://www.angelbird.com/prod/ssd-wrk-651/
It does have TRIM support which the other mainstream drives do not appear to have.
I am currently using an 512GB X400 Sandisk SSD as my boot drive on a 2x 2.93 GHz Quad-Core Xeon. Flashed to 5,1 running 10.12.3. Recently added a 4 port USB3 PCI card.
http://www.pro-tools-expert.com/home-page/2016/1/7/review-of-angelbird-ssd-drives-part-3-ssd2go-pocket-drive-conclusions
@danj, @reecee
-Next I'm looking at just how much of a CPU to go to (and what I can afford, a bit pricey at $1,785) http://www.ebay.com/itm/12-Core-3-46GHz-Apple-Mac-Pro-CPU-Tray-Upgrade-Westmere-2009-2010-4-1-5-1-128GB-/262899692801?hash=item3d360af501:g:sooAAOSwDk5T7bsP
+Next I'm looking at just how much of a CPU upgrade to go to (and what I can afford, a bit pricey at $1,785) http://www.ebay.com/itm/12-Core-3-46GHz-Apple-Mac-Pro-CPU-Tray-Upgrade-Westmere-2009-2010-4-1-5-1-128GB-/262899692801?hash=item3d360af501:g:sooAAOSwDk5T7bsP
Does anyone have experience with the processor upgrades beyond what Apple has put out? http://create.pro/blog/3-46ghz-12-core-mac-pro-cpu-upgrade-benchmarked-pro-tools-expert-try-out-a-2-x-intel-xeon-x5690-mac-pro-system/

Gerät:

Mac Pro First Generation

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: mayer ,

Titel:

Tweaking with Anglebird SSD in MacPro 2009-12

Text:

Does anyone have any actual experience with using an Anglebird SSD drive?
- https://www.angelbird.com/prod/ssd-wrk-651/
+
+https://www.angelbird.com/prod/ssd-wrk-651/
It does have TRIM support which the other mainstream drives do not appear to have.
-I am currently using an 512GB X400 Sandisk as my boot drive on a 2x 2.93 GHz Quad-Core Xeon. Flashed to 5,1 running 10.12.3. Recently added a 4 port USB3 PCI card.
+I am currently using an 512GB X400 Sandisk SSD as my boot drive on a 2x 2.93 GHz Quad-Core Xeon. Flashed to 5,1 running 10.12.3. Recently added a 4 port USB3 PCI card.
http://www.pro-tools-expert.com/home-page/2016/1/7/review-of-angelbird-ssd-drives-part-3-ssd2go-pocket-drive-conclusions
@danj, @reecee
Next I'm looking at just how much of a CPU to go to (and what I can afford, a bit pricey at $1,785) http://www.ebay.com/itm/12-Core-3-46GHz-Apple-Mac-Pro-CPU-Tray-Upgrade-Westmere-2009-2010-4-1-5-1-128GB-/262899692801?hash=item3d360af501:g:sooAAOSwDk5T7bsP
Does anyone have experience with the processor upgrades beyond what Apple has put out? http://create.pro/blog/3-46ghz-12-core-mac-pro-cpu-upgrade-benchmarked-pro-tools-expert-try-out-a-2-x-intel-xeon-x5690-mac-pro-system/

Gerät:

Mac Pro First Generation

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: mayer ,

Titel:

Tweaking with Anglebird SSD in MacPro 2009-12

Text:

Does anyone have any actual experience with using an Anglebird SSD drive?
+ https://www.angelbird.com/prod/ssd-wrk-651/
It does have TRIM support which the other mainstream drives do not appear to have.
I am currently using an 512GB X400 Sandisk as my boot drive on a 2x 2.93 GHz Quad-Core Xeon. Flashed to 5,1 running 10.12.3. Recently added a 4 port USB3 PCI card.
http://www.pro-tools-expert.com/home-page/2016/1/7/review-of-angelbird-ssd-drives-part-3-ssd2go-pocket-drive-conclusions
@danj, @reecee
Next I'm looking at just how much of a CPU to go to (and what I can afford, a bit pricey at $1,785) http://www.ebay.com/itm/12-Core-3-46GHz-Apple-Mac-Pro-CPU-Tray-Upgrade-Westmere-2009-2010-4-1-5-1-128GB-/262899692801?hash=item3d360af501:g:sooAAOSwDk5T7bsP
Does anyone have experience with the processor upgrades beyond what Apple has put out? http://create.pro/blog/3-46ghz-12-core-mac-pro-cpu-upgrade-benchmarked-pro-tools-expert-try-out-a-2-x-intel-xeon-x5690-mac-pro-system/

Gerät:

Mac Pro First Generation

Status:

open

Bearbeitet von: mayer ,

Titel:

Tweaking with Anglebird SSD in MacPro 2009-12

Text:

Does anyone have any actual experience with using an Anglebird SSD drive?
It does have TRIM support which the other mainstream drives do not appear to have.
-I am currently using an 512GB X400 Sandisk as my boot drive on a 2x 2.93 GHz Quad-Core Xeon. Recently added a 4 port USB3 PCI card.
+I am currently using an 512GB X400 Sandisk as my boot drive on a 2x 2.93 GHz Quad-Core Xeon. Flashed to 5,1 running 10.12.3. Recently added a 4 port USB3 PCI card.
http://www.pro-tools-expert.com/home-page/2016/1/7/review-of-angelbird-ssd-drives-part-3-ssd2go-pocket-drive-conclusions
@danj, @reecee
Next I'm looking at just how much of a CPU to go to (and what I can afford, a bit pricey at $1,785) http://www.ebay.com/itm/12-Core-3-46GHz-Apple-Mac-Pro-CPU-Tray-Upgrade-Westmere-2009-2010-4-1-5-1-128GB-/262899692801?hash=item3d360af501:g:sooAAOSwDk5T7bsP
Does anyone have experience with the processor upgrades beyond what Apple has put out? http://create.pro/blog/3-46ghz-12-core-mac-pro-cpu-upgrade-benchmarked-pro-tools-expert-try-out-a-2-x-intel-xeon-x5690-mac-pro-system/

Gerät:

Mac Pro First Generation

Status:

open

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: mayer ,

Titel:

Tweaking with Anglebird SSD in MacPro 2009-12

Text:

Does anyone have any actual experience with using an Anglebird SSD drive?

It does have TRIM support which the other mainstream drives do not appear to have.

I am currently using an 512GB X400 Sandisk as my boot drive on a 2x 2.93 GHz Quad-Core Xeon.  Recently added a 4 port USB3 PCI card.

http://www.pro-tools-expert.com/home-page/2016/1/7/review-of-angelbird-ssd-drives-part-3-ssd2go-pocket-drive-conclusions

@danj, @reecee

Next I'm looking at just how much of a CPU to go to (and what I can afford, a bit pricey at $1,785)  http://www.ebay.com/itm/12-Core-3-46GHz-Apple-Mac-Pro-CPU-Tray-Upgrade-Westmere-2009-2010-4-1-5-1-128GB-/262899692801?hash=item3d360af501:g:sooAAOSwDk5T7bsP

Does anyone have experience with the processor upgrades beyond what Apple has put out?  http://create.pro/blog/3-46ghz-12-core-mac-pro-cpu-upgrade-benchmarked-pro-tools-expert-try-out-a-2-x-intel-xeon-x5690-mac-pro-system/

Gerät:

Mac Pro First Generation

Status:

open