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    CountMike said:
    256GB Samsung 950 Pro M.2 PCI-e 3.0 x 4 NVMe kill at least some SATA ports (usually).
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    This MB does not support anything over the 7700k, which is fine with me. :)
    Thats only reason I upgraded my bios last week too.
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    But we met that challenge. We printed with the interference fringes from the patterns on the masks. We developed computational lithography and multiple patterning. In retrospect, 193 nm wasn’t even a speed bump, and today we are doing 20 times better than that because of continued innovations like FinFET transistors and hyper scaling, which we implemented with our current 14 nm process. Today we’re talking more about further hyper scaling enhancements for our upcoming 10 nm process and how, thanks to this new process breakthrough, we continue to realize the same cost-per-million transistors.
    How are we doing this? In historical Intel fashion we’ve continued to push through the barriers by identifying challenges, isolating them and solving them. Nearby, we see some specific challenges we must solve soon. That’s where we are today with 7 nm. Further out, we see challenges that might have several alternative solutions. We pursue them all until it is clear which will work best. We are always looking three generations – seven to nine years – ahead. Today we have line of sight to 7 and 5 nm. We may not know exactly which approaches will prove best for 5 nm yet, but our culture thrives on those challenges. It has for generations.
    Our confidence about the future isn’t limited to process development alone. Today Intel’s Murthy Renduchintala will describe how our unique ability to design and manufacture under one roof lets us accelerate development in the advent of complexity to deliver leading products for our customers.
    So, no, Moore’s Law is not ending at any time we can see ahead of us. We will continue to take new nodes into production, and to ready them for our growing community of foundry customers. In fact, today we are announcing a new foundry offering: an ultra-low-power 22 nm FinFET process. Our progress, our foundational role as industry and technology leader, and our part in making life better for people will go on for many years to come.
    Moore’s Law: Setting the Record Straight | Intel Newsroom
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    worf105 said:
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    If you don't have a SATAe disk(uses all the plugs) you can plug two SATA6Gb/s there.
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    Cliff S said:
    If you don't have a SATAe disk(uses all the plugs) you can plug two SATA6Gb/s there.
    Thanks Cliff I have done:

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    i5-4790K on Z87 Gryphon Board no OC Done Except by XMP (4.4 Maxed), GTX970, Q300 SSD, 1TB WD Black
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    The Paladin said:
    i5-4790K on Z87 Gryphon Board no OC Done Except by XMP (4.4 Maxed), GTX970, Q300 SSD, 1TB WD Black
    Nice score
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    I just need to get a new SSD and see it jump on score for HDD I think, and drop the 7200 spinner , and just get a 1TB SSD. Not sure going for a 7700K/Z270/32GB Ram will improve anything in that field to be honest..
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    worf105 said:
    Good Morning Doug,

    How did you get such a high score on your Hard drive benchmark? I am at a loss trying to up my hard drive score.

    cheers

    Andrew
    That would be Samsung Magician
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