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#51
it's m.2, just not pcie but sata
 
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#53
It does though. Serial ATA interface implies AHCI(or IDE). As opposed to NVMe.

How you're able to get those speeds with SATA III is beyond me though. How is more than 600 MB/s possible with SATA/600? W T F over?! :confused:

EDIT: Apparently the later versions of that drive are NVMe. Which are substantially faster than yours. Yours should be around the same speed as the PM871 SATA. :wtf:
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https://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/global.semi.static/0_sm951-prodoverview-0615-v1-0.pdf
I know it isn't a SATA drive since it was plugged into a PCIe card and the speeds are well above what SATA is capable of, but it's not an NVMe drive.

Found this benchmark result that calls it an "AHCI PCIe" drive.

AHCI PCIe looks like some sort of predecessor to NVMe, and drives that use it are very rare.
 
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#54
m.2 (m-key) can be both pcie and sata, and most mobos support both...pcie can mean nvme if plugged into m.2 port or regular pcie if plugged into pcie port (similar to one you plug your gpu in, only smaller, usually located below it)...pcie is a lot higher bandwidth standard then sata, so your drive is still slow, but it isn't occupying a sata port, which you can use for additional drive, unless your mobo disabled a sata port with m.2 plugged in, as some of them do. Best to go for better chipset if thinking of using m.2 drives, as better chipset usually means more pci lanes and more bandwidth, so you can use a decent gpu or more with one or more m.2 drives. There are also e-key m.2 slots and they are usually used for stuff like wifi+bt cards...
 
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Finally found the original boot drive to this old server I've had lying around for the past two years.

80GB | Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 9 | PATA 100 | 7200RPM | 2MB cache

Honestly, this drive did much better than I expected. It's even older than the previous one I tested.
 
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I can beat that. 2 ways even! :p

Samsung SpinPoint / 80GB / HDD / 7200 RPM / PATA 133
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Maxtor DiamondMax 10 / 200GB / HDD / 7200 RPM / SATA I
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WD Caviar Blue / 320GB / HDD / 7200 RPM / SATA II
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Lexar JumpDrive S75 / 16GB / Flash drive / USB 3.0
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WD Black / 1TB / HDD / 7200 RPM / SATA III
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HGST Deskstar / 1TB / HDD / 7200 RPM / SATA II
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Ahh, the sweet sound of ball bearing hard drives...

Knowing that I'm only six months older than this first drive makes me feel young...

10GB | WD Caviar | PATA 100 | 7200RPM | 2MB cache


40GB | WD Caviar | PATA 100 | 7200RPM | 2MB cache
 
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Got my hands on a new Asus laptop with M.2 sata SSD in form of a micron 1100 mtfddav256tbn 256 GB.

 
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USB 3.0 Memory stick Silicon Power 128GB via an ASMedia chipset on PCI-E and an USB 3.0 4-port Hub.
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2 X 960 EVO M.2 RAID0.

CDM 1-4-19.JPG



Just for fun, with PrimoCache.

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Lexar JumpDrive S45, 64GB, USB 3.0:
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SanDisk Ultra Fit SDCZ43, 64GB, USB 3.0:
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As an observation, those type of nano flash usb (very small) are getting VERY hot during operation with sustained transfers. That's why I stopped using them because one of them actually died during a long transfer (a while back, not now) and was replaced in warranty. That didn't give me a warm feeling about data security on them, so I got the full size one from above (128GB).
 
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Picked me up a BNIB 200GB Maxtor DiamondMax 10 PATA 133 to replace the old 80GB Samsung SpinPoint PATA 133. $41 shipped :). And basically 2x as fast as the Samsung :eek:. Fastest PATA drive on the list so far too! :rockout:

Maxtor DiamondMax 10 / 200GB / HDD / 7200 rpm / PATA 133
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Can't go wrong with a Maxtor. ;)
 
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Samsung 970 EVO NVMe M.2 500 GB
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@T4C Fantasy, my EVO is faster than your Pro? How's that possible?
 

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2x850 Evo RAID 0
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Managed to squeeze a little more out of the 970 EVO.
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Here are my results. All of the SSDs besides the 960 Pro were picked up on various sales.

Samsung 960 Pro 512 GB:
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Crucial M500 960 GB:
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Mushkin Reactor 1 TB
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Samsung 970 Evo 500GB NVMe

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I have replaced my SDD with a SATA Samsung 860 EVO.
Still on the motherboard SATA2, because I can't figure out why my newly bought SATA3 adapter won't see any drives. What's interesting is the difference in 4k operations.
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The old ADATA SU800 drive:
 
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120GB PNY CS900 SATA 3
 
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I have replace my RAID controller with a 6Gbps one: 3ware LSI 9750-8i with SAS to SATA3 cable. Attached are the same 3 Seagate drives (ST2000DM006-2DM164) in RAID5, stripe size 64kB.
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laptop drive, old intel SSD DC S3510

Intel SSDSC2BB120G6R / 120GB / SSD / SATA III
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Without primocache:



M2 SSD.

With primocache:



What does primocache? Sits in between CPU & SSD by using a large portion of RAM as cache. Helps with not only read/write but also trimmed writeback or some stuff. Extends life and easily boosts up performance by a huge gain. My system has 32GB of ram and 8GB just dedicated as cache is more then enough. It's not just handy for older or slower systems, but if you consistently use the same things on the PC it could really boost things up. I.e my old notebook which could barely catchup with Youtube now plays solid fullscreen just because it's reading from memory and no longer disk.
 
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