If you head down that road you're about correct. Alot of docs out there
support your claim, but I think that might ONLY be the memory bandwidth.
If you're just using IDE, now way in hell, if you're using UW160 SCSI,
with many drives on caching controller, you could very possibly hit that.
Fibre channel would be about the only way to hit that limit with the least
Systems Architect, CCNA
On Fri, 4 May 2001, Juha Saarinen wrote:
> :: On Thu, 3 May 2001, William L. Jones wrote:
> :: > Most PC can only do about 200MB/sec on a memory copy. With the
> :: > newer memories 400MB/sec. Memory is one bottle neck.
> I was under the impression that you could actually wring out about 1.5GBps
> out the theoretical 3.2GBps max of a dual-channel PC800 RDRAM set-up. Not
> sure if this applies for both writes and reads though.
> -- Juha