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MSI Z77A-GD80 Intel Driver
Moving in closer, though, the main connector we want to look at is the Thunderbolt one that sits just below the VGA header.
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You can see there's not a whole lot to the connector as it's fairly small, but we know that it's capable of offering some MSI Z77A-GD80 Intel bandwidth. After two days of trying to setup the Pegasus R6, we just had to call it quits.
The biggest issue for Thunderbolt at the moment and the devices that surround it is their main focus has been on Mac OSX. This is where we ran into problems with the MSI Z77A-GD80 Intel R6. For starters we don't have a driver on the Promise website at the moment for it when it comes to Windows and when we got the beta driver, while MSI Z77A-GD80 Intel got the device installed, it wasn't detected in any part of Windows. That just wasn't going MSI Z77A-GD80 Intel happen, though.
Initially we thought the issue was the board, but more and more research showed us that the Pegasus R6 was having teething issues in Windows including its ability to be detected.
Looking above you can see that read performance over USB 3. Write numbers are a little MSI Z77A-GD80 Intel with minimum performance favouring the Thunderbolt setup while the average speed between the SATA III setup and the Thunderbolt setup are extremely similar. While we can see that USB 3.
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Overall we're MSI Z77A-GD80 Intel to get a good idea of the kind of performance we're able to get with just a single SSD. Ideally we would've liked to have tested Thunderbolt technology via the Pegasus R6 to see just how much bandwidth we could get out of it, but that just wasn't going to happen with ease.
Thunderbolt is looking like a good technology, but it's not without its flaws. The first is the cost, and it comes in many forms.
The second being Thunderbolt devices and the third being the Thunderbolt cable, something that a lot of companies don't include. Along with that there MSI Z77A-GD80 Intel also the compatibility issues, for a long time we saw Thunderbolt and Mac based computers mainly sit together, for that reason it seems that not everyone is ready for PC based Thunderbolt devices and that's obvious with the Pegasus R6.
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On the other hand we look at something like the Seagate GoFlex Thunderbolt adapter. We didn't run into any problems at all with this adapter, no driver and the second we plugged it MSI Z77A-GD80 Intel, the GoFlex and our SSD was detected. If you can't see yourself making use of the technology, though, you'd be better of sticking with the Z77A-GD We already reviewed it and it is a top notch product.
Of course MSI also had something else under their sleeves, they always release a GD80 version which is more high end. To put it very MSI Z77A-GD80 Intel, or to bol't'ly go where no one has gone before Thunderbolt formerly know as Light Peak is the fast version of a storage connector like the 5 Gbps USB 3. Thunderbolt is based on the very Mini DisplayPort connector developed by Apple and delivers two communications methods, or protocols, MSI Z77A-GD80 Intel a single cable: Thunderbolt is interoperable with DisplayPort 1.