What? No faith!jamesmd95 wrote:This is for the guy that just sent me a nasty email claiming this is not hosted on a raspberry pi!
Yeah it's undoubtedly the Pi. UHS is, if I recall, slightly different in terms of communication to 'normal' SDHC cards. These cards are backwards-compatible with the old protocols though. I have heard, on the grapevine, that the Pi's kernel module for SD is being modified for better UHS support, but don't quote me on that, I have no idea what I'm on aboutjamesmd95 wrote:Awesome! Mines 'only' 75MB/s gets 30mb/s on a DD test. Think the pi is restricting it.UHS-1 100MB/s one myself!
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gpu_mem=16 arm_freq=1000 core_freq=500 sdram_freq=600 over_voltage=3
jamesmd95 wrote:Wow, all I can say right now haha. Its lag free, like totally lag free. To a point where I can set 20 blocks of TNT off without getting [WARNING] Can't keep up! Did the system time change, or is the server overloaded?
Seems that the core freq makes a HUGE difference. As well as the ram freq.