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Velocità link negoziata 1.5 Gigabit su normale HD SATA II

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Salve, ho bisogno di un vostro aiuto.


Ho da diversi mesi un hackintosh con attualmente Mac OS X Lion 10.7.4, installato su un PC formato da: scheda madre ASUS P5QL-E, 8 GB RAM, HARD DISK MAXTOR STM3250310AS 250GB SATA II con mappa partizione GUID, processore Intel Core 2 Duo 2,6 GHz, scheda video ENGT440 1GB DDR5. Possiedo il DSDT della scheda madre, Chimera, ecc, infatti funziona tutto alla perfezione.

Mi sono accorto che su Informazioni di Sistema, andando su ATA Seriale, c'è scritto Intel ICH10 AHCI: Velocità collegamento: 3 Gigabit, Velocità link negoziata: 1.5 Gigabit, Descrizione: AHCI Version 1.20 Supported, MAXTOR STM3250310AS, ecc. Ciò non riesco a spiegarmelo, perché questo HD Maxtor è un SATA II (300MBps), e la scheda madre dovrebbe supportare il Bus SATA II, e invece in questo modo, il mio HD trasferisce dati solo a 150 MBps.

La mia domanda è questa: Sapete aiutarmi, avete un'idea, conoscete il motivo, devo cambiare HD o c'è il rischio che possa far questo anche con un nuovo HD? :(

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