Gigabyte GA-X79-UP4 Marvell SATA Driver (2019)

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Gigabyte GA-X79-UP4 Marvell SATA Driver

Hard drives on the other two Marvell controllers are seen in the BIOS as Gigabyte GA-XUD5 v @ F13s 1 x 2TB WD FAEX SATA. Title: Gigabyte GA-XUP4 (rev. 1.x) Marvell SATA Controller Driver File name: Gigabyte_GA-XUP4_(rev. iK • Gigabyte GA-XUP4 •*48GB of The Sata controller settings are probably set wrong and the 2 HHDs that are not showing up are probably plugged into one of the Marvell controllers that is set to the settings.

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Our video playback load used this p YouTube trailer for the movie Looper.

The Samsung SSD was secure-erased before each test that involved it. The Corsair drive was also wiped before we loaded our system image.

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We'd rather get a sense of motherboard performance with real-world configurations, though; we're not as interested in comparing contrived setups with popular features disabled. We used Fraps to log a second snippet of gameplay from the demo's first race.

To offset the fact that our gameplay sequence can't be repeated exactly, we ran Gigabyte GA-X79-UP4 Marvell SATA test five times on each system. I'd like to report that this kind of works for me with kernel 3. This controller really confuses me, when it works it shows up as " Marvell Technology Group Ltd.

I think hope changing some options in my UEFI like disabling fast boot, the boot failure guard and activating the "make devices on the second sata controller bootable" ROM made it so that it always boots as a 91a0, but I'm not really convinced yet. When it works, eSata and passthrough with vfio-pci both work.

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Comment 34 Li, ZhenHua You can google it to get more information. Comment 35 MvW Thanks for the pointers, I'll be looking in to it shortly.

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Will this fix be included in the 3. Comment 36 Andrew Cooks The patch I created needs work. It's unlikely that I'll be able to do the mentioned work soon and there are probably more changes required that I don't know about. I'll keep posting improvements when I can.

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Of course there might be other people working on this and a better patch could appear and be included Gigabyte GA-X79-UP4 Marvell SATA any time. Comment 37 MvW I'm unfortunately unable to fix this myself, so perhaps instead of patching my kernel until this issue has been fixed upstream, I should consider buying another SATA controller since this won't get fixed for a while to come right?

Comment 38 Andrew Cooks Yes, in my opinion.

I encourage you to apply the patch. It may need improvement to be acceptable to the mainline developers, but it does work and will be Gigabyte GA-X79-UP4 Marvell SATA until it is either acceptable for the mainline kernel or until someone else provides an acceptable patch. If there are other reasons why you can't use the patch, let's try to address those.

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Comment 39 MvW What I meant to say was if these AMD specific issues would entitle a different or extension to this patch, making the current implementation without the AMD stuff allegeable for inclusion in the mainline kernel to help all Gigabyte GA-X79-UP4 Marvell SATA us Intel based users. Re-patching the kernel on every kernel update for an unforeseeable future would Gigabyte GA-X79-UP4 Marvell SATA too much effort compared to buying another simple SATA controller to alleviate this issue altogether.

I do however, want to be of help, even though it only consists of testing the solution at hand, but there are some concerns that need to be addressed.

Is there any extra risk of data loss with this patch? Is there an easy way to apply this patch across kernel updates automatically?

GA-XUD5 - Drives connected to eSATA ports not seen in BIOS

There are Gigabyte GA-X79-UP4 Marvell SATA advantages to the much pricier chipset but that is another article another review. Gigabyte released a few motherboards with the X79 chipset as the main focus; one that we reviewed here on Pro-C was the XUD3. But the thing is either contained the new Ultra Durable tech. But the XUP4 does.

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