Hey, I have a Kingston SSDNow V200 64GB SSD drive, and I'm experiencing a lack of it's performance. Kingston advertises speeds of 260MB/s read and up to 100MB/s write, which is good enough for me because it's being used as a boot drive for OS and programs. The problem with it is, that write speeds suck. I've tried benchmarks, I tried writing a big file to the drive, and write speed was a sustained 53MB/s , in addition to that, the windows experience index shows a 5.9 subscore for it, while ssd's should be closer to 7 (out of 7.9). I have AHCI enabled and all. Tried tweaking it by disabling file indexing and superfeches/prefeches etc. (though AHCI was enabled through the windows registry, and then through the BIOS) Nothing seems to make a difference. Is there something I can do about this? A few screenies of benches in attachments.