Posted 09 October 2017 - 03:35 PM
Can you explain, is it possible situation, then I can write files to CF card but it is not possible to boot from it? Which CF cards are recommended or preferable?
Yes, it’s possible. All CF cards are writable, bootable is something else. And not all kind of CF cards can be bootable. Industrial SLC type of small size, ie 16GB will be best. If you look at my signature you will se that I use KingSpec card. It’s relative cheap, fast and very good sounding, at least as good as much more expensive Apacer.
I have good experience with Apacer and Lexar. I heard that Transcend is also nice.
The only experience I have is that the KingSpec I'm using now sounds better than the Apacer CF6 I used earlier.
AudioPC: Intel S1200V3RPS, Intel Xeon E3-1230LV3, Apacer AP2GITETLQ1K3 4GB DDR3 1066 ECC DIMM,
SATA to CF Adapter with Apacer AP-CF016GRANS-ETNRC, JCAT USB Card Femto,
JCAT Reference SATA Cable, JCAT Net Card Femto
ControlPC: Intel S1200KPR, Intel Xeon E3-1265L V2, Apacer 75.A83EE.G000C 4GB DDR3 1066 ECC DIMM,
SATA to CF Adapter with Apacer AP-CF016GRANS-ETNRC (for Windows), SATA to CF Adapter with Apacer AP-CF016GRAFS-NR (for WAV-files),
JCAT Reference SATA Cable, JCAT Net Card Femto, JCAT Signature LAN Cable
Software: Windows Server 2019 Standard, Total Commander 9.21a, JPLAY 7 Femto, Audiophile Optimizer 3.00, Upplay 1.4.1
Audio equipment: JCAT Reference USB Cable, Harmony Design Pre 906, Moon Audio Silver Dragon V3 with Furutech Rhodium XLR, Sennheiser HD800