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Can I turn off the "DISK BUSY" thing on steam?

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I'm really starting to hate that thing. I'm downloading my games to 2 ssd's in raid 0 (840 pro's) There's no way they are to "busy" to let me download a game at 60Mbit/s.

 

Is there a way to turn it off? (or a 'hack' for it) 


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cpu: Intel sandybridge-E 3930k @ 4.2Ghz

cooler: corsair h100 @ full speed push-pull

motherboard: Asus Rampage IV Extreme

gpu: 2x EVGA GTX660's & 1x EVGA GTX980

ssd: 2x samsung 256GB 840 pro raid 0

ssd: 1x samsung 1TB 840 evo

hdd: WD green 3TB

hdd: Seagate Barracuda 1TB (st1000dm003)

hdd: Seagate Barracuda 1TB (st31000520as)

psu: corsair ax1200i

ram: 8x 4GB corsair platinum @1866mhz

case: coolermaster cosmos II

age: Do the math (summer 2012)

monitors Main: 8x LG 22EA53 1080p 60hz

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os: windows 7 pro (64-bit)

keyboard: logitech g19

mouse: corsair m60

 


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PC straight to the modem/router/switch/DHCP-Server/... with a 20cm (+-8inch) cat6a patch cable because same price as cat5.

ISP: Telenet (belgium)

Speed: 60Down-4Up (+- 45€/month)

ping to there servers: +-8ms

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I'm really starting to hate that thing. I'm downloading my games to 2 ssd's in raid 0 (840 pro's) There's no way they are to "busy" to let me download a game at 60Mbit/s.

 

Is there a way to turn it off? (or a 'hack' for it) 

It's not the fact that it's too "busy" it's the fact that it is to prevent corruption while downloading and installing since the games are big.

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It's not the fact that it's too "busy" it's the fact that it is to prevent corruption while downloading and installing since the games are big.

why? i never had problems before they added that.


- teamspeak.ltt-unofficial.com

- teamspeak.ltt-unofficial.net

- teamschnitzel.ltt-unofficial.com

- teamschnitzel.ltt-unofficial.net



cpu: Intel sandybridge-E 3930k @ 4.2Ghz

cooler: corsair h100 @ full speed push-pull

motherboard: Asus Rampage IV Extreme

gpu: 2x EVGA GTX660's & 1x EVGA GTX980

ssd: 2x samsung 256GB 840 pro raid 0

ssd: 1x samsung 1TB 840 evo

hdd: WD green 3TB

hdd: Seagate Barracuda 1TB (st1000dm003)

hdd: Seagate Barracuda 1TB (st31000520as)

psu: corsair ax1200i

ram: 8x 4GB corsair platinum @1866mhz

case: coolermaster cosmos II

age: Do the math (summer 2012)

monitors Main: 8x LG 22EA53 1080p 60hz

monitor Extra: 1xiiyama prolite G2773Hs 1080p 120hz 27"

os: windows 7 pro (64-bit)

keyboard: logitech g19

mouse: corsair m60

 


Lenovo T550

 


RaspBerry pi webserver:

Status: Offline.

 

Nas:

StatusOffline.

 


PC straight to the modem/router/switch/DHCP-Server/... with a 20cm (+-8inch) cat6a patch cable because same price as cat5.

ISP: Telenet (belgium)

Speed: 60Down-4Up (+- 45€/month)

ping to there servers: +-8ms

ping to other Belgians: +-12ms

 

 



- wheels for cosmos II


 

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why? i never had problems before they added that.

Not sure but I do agree that it should be our choice to enable or disable said function

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