I copied the specification of my Asus X79WS which is not the cheapest.This one has (6) SATA3 ports which support (2) different on
IntelŪ X79 chipset :
2 x SATA 6Gb/s ports (gray), gray
4 x SATA 3Gb/s port (black), blue
Support Raid 0, 1, 5, 10
MarvellŪ PCIe 9128 controller :
2 x SATA 6Gb/s ports (gray), navy blue
Support Raid 0, 1
No SATA2 ports and 4 x SATA3 ports
Do you know a motherboard with more SATA6 ports?
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board RAID's and (4) SATA2 ports that can be used with one of the two RAID's. 4 USB3.0 and 14 USB2 ports. It appears x79 boards are a bit outdated, but this would get the job done for your setup.This one has ( SATA3 ports (6 internal 2 external)
which support (2) different RAID's and more 4 USB3.0 ports (2 internal, 2 external) and 10 USB2.0 (8 external, 2 internal)..
Gigabtyte makes several more with 8 SATA3 ports. Check out which one best fits your needs.This one has ( internal SATA3 ports and (4) SATA2's, with
USB3.0 ports and (12) USB2.0 ports.. And this company (ASUS) make several more that fit your needed specs.
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Save to SSD with no compression 7.8s and to a RAID1 (2x3tb) 8.2s and for fun to my Synology 1813+ 8.0s. Let's try it with CS6: 8.0s with SSD, 8.0s with RAID1 and 8.2s to Synology 1813+. A bit odd.. I have my memory set at 17gs with 32gb installed, so to see how much different this makes I went to 5gb used and got an 8.2 to the SSD and using 25gb 8.4s..
Most of this time is spent processing the file, only a fraction saving it because the file is relatively small. Curious what your times were? Should be a great deal faster.
As far as core usage.. all 8 threads show from 10-20% usage at the most. Nothing close to maxing out.
I should also add I haven't rebooted in days, so I'm sure leaks have slowed my system down a bit.