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#76
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.
If you want it added you need to give me full info on ur ssd
 
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Samsung 970 EVO 512GB , M2. I think there could be tweaked a bit more here and there. The system (2700X) is not operating at it's fullest memory speed for example, weird bug, anything ABOVE 2800Mhz is bootfail. That while the memory is certified for 3200Mhz and so on. Power profile is balanced; but hey, it's more enough for daily / desktop use.
 
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Samsung 970 Evo Plus 500GB NVMe

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970 Pro also has a lot better sustained writes ~2GB/s , evo plus drops off to around 900MB/s pretty quick.

Also, found another ssd in my system , Samsung 850 Pro 1TB SATA3

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Got three of these to post so hold on a sec before adding, will edit the post as they finish.

These are all in my main rig so AMD TR4 based setup. All of them are at full 4x speeds thanks to those 64 lanes of freedom I have. One day I will raid the pair of SM951's, but I am being lazy.

Samsung SM951 512GB NVMe M2



Samsung PM961 512GB NVMe M2



Samsung SM951 512GB NVMe M2



This is my nice MBP

Samsung Apple SSD 1024GB, PCIe 2x

 
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500GB Samsung 970 EVO NVMe
 
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time to test my RAID 0 disk setup
Samsung SSD 850 EVO/ 120GB / SSD / SATA III
cdm r0.JPG


Seagate ST360057SSUN600G/ 600GB / 15000 / SAS II
this is in RAID 0
 
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time to test my RAID 0 disk setup
Samsung SSD 850 EVO/ 120GB / SSD / SATA III
As you can see, the improvement (compared to a single drive) in your case is negligible, but the risk of corrupted data is double.
Software RAID is worthless, software RAID 0 is just looking for trouble.

What RAID controller are you using that manages to "push" more than 1000MB/s?
SATA3 max (theoretical) speed is 600MB/s. One lane of PCIe 2.0 is 500MB/s.
 
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My nvme Kingston SA1000M 480GB
 

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My nvme Kingston SA1000M 480GB
i need more info, check my main post to see the format i want. i also need to know the connector and if its running in PCIe 2.0 etc

also put the edit in your post and make a new post telling me that you made an edit, people may check your link and it would be proper that all the info is there.
 
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As you can see, the improvement (compared to a single drive) in your case is negligible, but the risk of corrupted data is double.
Software RAID is worthless, software RAID 0 is just looking for trouble.



What RAID controller are you using that manages to "push" more than 1000MB/s?
SATA3 max (theoretical) speed is 600MB/s. One lane of PCIe 2.0 is 500MB/s.
the SSD is on not on an array,

the 15k HDD is
i say its quite a big improvement

that RAID 0 array is only for games, and i have a backup 2TB drive with RAID 1 for important stuff
 
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I had good experience with Raid 0's, even with 2x WD Raptors in the very past. But for enterprise it's not a sollution (Raid 0 + 1 in that case).
 
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the SSD is on not on an array,

the 15k HDD is
i say its quite a big improvement

that RAID 0 array is only for games, and i have a backup 2TB drive with RAID 1 for important stuff
The text before that suggest that SSD is in RAID 0 too.
As for RAID 0 - you just doubled the chances of failure of that assembly of two discs. I hope your data is not that important and you have external back-ups.

I have personal pictures and videos going back 18 years saved on my RAID 5 and another copy on a different drive. I don't risk those.
 
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The text before that suggest that SSD is in RAID 0 too.
As for RAID 0 - you just doubled the chances of failure of that assembly of two discs. I hope your data is not that important and you have external back-ups.

I have personal pictures and videos going back 18 years saved on my RAID 5 and another copy on a different drive. I don't risk those.
important stuff are triple backed with RAID 1 and another drive
that RAID 0 array is just for steam games and nothing else
so if that array is lost, i can always redownload the games and reinstalled it
being it is an enterprise drive, im not really scared of it failing too soon
 
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i need more info, check my main post to see the format i want. i also need to know the connector and if its running in PCIe 2.0 etc

also put the edit in your post and make a new post telling me that you made an edit, people may check your link and it would be proper that all the info is there.
Hi, for some reason I can't edit my post.

The edit would be:

KINGSTON SA1000M8480G / 480 /SSD /Nvme 1.2.0

Thank you :)
 
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Toshiba X300 4 TB HDD 7200 RPM. It was slightly faster some 2,5 years ago when I had under 100 GB data on it, reaching around 195-200 MB/s sequential for both read and write.

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