GIGABYTE GA-P55A-UD4 MARVELL SATA3 CONSOLE DRIVER DETAILS:
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GIGABYTE GA-P55A-UD4 MARVELL SATA3 CONSOLE DRIVER
Can't find your answer? Get the answer Feb 4,9: Seriously - my second guess - 'early adopter's blues'!
I Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD4 Marvell SATA3 Console that RAID drivers were not yet available when the new boards were released - and are, now I'm curious myself - are they 'WHQL'd yet? I have tried to get 'spec level' info on Marvell's chip - and they don't appear to make it available; they appear to only have mechanisms in place to deal with wholesale customers.
There's always a certain amount of 'suffering' that goes with the advent of new technologies - and I always try to sidestep it for, like, the first year; but, lately, it never stops. It seemed like they only ever released one 'second gen' board the XUD3R 1. The 'hexacores' are due for release, and I'm thinking 'server board' wish GB made some Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD4 Marvell SATA3 Console better the devil you know than the devil you don't! It's hard to find a board with both of those features that has as good reviews as this one did, even with the SATA3 and USB3 situation.
GA-P55A-UD4P SATA Ports
Anyway, so far I can't complain about the board. It's a long way to the front panel audio header, but other these minor quibbles it's been solid. Give that a shot! Might solve the problem. However, the rules below apply to inbound transactions received on the same Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD4 Marvell SATA3 Console. Outbound non-posted read and non-posted write completions must be allowed to progress past stalled inbound non-posted requests. Inbound posted write requests and messages must be allowed to progress past stalled inbound non-posted requests.
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Inbound posted write requests, inbound messages, inbound read requests, outbound non-posted read and outbound non-posted write completions cannot pass enqueued inbound posted write requests. The Producer - Consumer model prevents read requests, write requests, and non-posted read or non-posted write completions from passing write requests. Outbound non-posted read or outbound non-posted write completions must push ahead all prior inbound posted transactions from that PCI Express port. Therefore, the IOH prevents forwarding the read or non-posted write completion to the Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD4 Marvell SATA3 Console QuickPath Interconnect until all currently enqueued inbound writes are complete independent of the VC value.
Inbound, coherent, posted writes will issue requests for ownership RFO without waiting for prior ownership requests to complete. Local-local address conflict checking still applies.
Inbound messages follow the same ordering rules as inbound posted writes FENCE messages have their own rules. Similarly to inbound posted writes, reads should push these commands ahead. If an inbound read completes with multiple sub-completions for example, a cache line at a timethose sub-completions must be returned on PCI Express in linearly increasing address order. The above rules apply whether the transaction is coherent or non-coherent. The IOH will order all transactions regardless of its destination. For PCI Express ports, different read requests should be completed without any ordering dependency. For the ESI interface, however, all read requests with the same Tag must be completed in the order that the respective requests were issued.
Different read requests issued on a PCI Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD4 Marvell SATA3 Console interface should be completed in any order. This attribute is beneficial for the Intel Platform where the Intel QuickPath Interconnect is an unordered, multipath interface. However, the read completion ordering restriction on ESI implies that the IOH must guarantee stronger ordering on that interface. For deadlock avoidance, the following rules must be ensured for outbound transactions targeting the same outbound interface: Inbound non-posted completions must be allowed to progress past stalled outbound non-posted requests.
Outbound posted requests must be allowed to progress past stalled outbound non-posted requests.
GA-P55A-UD4P and Marvell 91xx Config ATA Device - Motherboards
Outbound non-posted requests and inbound completions cannot pass enqueued outbound posted requests. The Producer - Consumer model Gigabyte GA-P55A-UD4 Marvell SATA3 Console read requests, write requests, and read completions from passing write requests. If a non-posted inbound request requires multiple sub-completions, those sub-completions must be delivered on PCI Express in linearly addressing order. This rule is a requirement of the PCI Express protocol. Since the Intel QuickPath Interconnect is an unordered domain, it is possible that the IOH receives the second cache line of data before the first. Under such unordered situations, the IOH must buffer the second cache line until the first one is received and forwarded to the PCI Express requester.
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