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Write back cache off:

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Write back cache on:

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Here's the one mentioned earlier on my best rig, with i7-4790K, latest with Windows 10 Pro, 512GB Samsung 950 PRO M.2 NVMe SSD.:)



Earlier one with Windows 8.1 Pro prior to upgrade.



By chance, here's one of my 2nd best PC, an i5-4690K, also 'Devil's Canyon' (there's only two of these CPU's), an underrated M.2 NVMe SSD, the 240GB MyDigitalSSD, MLC chips, of which I have an unopened one in my safe.:D


No gimmicks, simply pure performance!:toast:

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BTW, that snapshot of the MyDigitalSSD (240GB) is incredible, especially considering I paid just barely over a third of the price ($114.99), versus the 512GB Samsung 950 PRO, which was $309 on promo.:)

By chance, while the 240GB version of the MyDigitalSSD M.2 has held steady in price, the 480GB version jumped by $25, was going to purchase that as the spare, waited a day too late in making a decision to pull the trigger, so grabbed the exact same one I had, the speeds for both were the same, with the 120GB variant being a bit slower.

Considering that many 'value brand' SSD's uses cheap TLC NAND chips, the MyDigitalSSD is really a steal, having MLC ones.:)

BTW, I don't mount my M.2 NVMe SSD's in the Ultra M.2 slot, use the 2nd PCIe graphics card slot instead, and a Sintech adapter with fan (of which a like replacement can be found if needed), this dropped temps by an amazing 21C, I discovered this by mistake, thinking it was on (the turnable knob) w/out checking, seen the temps rise to 70C. Opened the case, sure enough, the fan wasn't spinning, so turned all the way in opposite direction, dropped to 49C in less than a minute.:D

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01NAQPE6J/?tag=tec06d-20

Anyone running a M.2 SSD & not running two GPU's should strongly consider getting these drives off of the MB & away from the heat to prolong lifespan. By chance, the mSATA SSD's ran hot in it's native slot also, even if all of the other components surrounding were at normal temps, which I found to be rather odd.

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Need some help, as you can see my score came in lower than all posted. I've been pretty disappointed in my desktop lately with respect to editing video and suspect my SSD is getting old (5 or 6 years).
I'm not a techie, I ran AVG tuneup, and this is the score I came up with. Is it time to buy a new hard drive? Or should I try and few things I don't know about first? could use some extra space anyway and thinking of going to 2 TB
Sorry that my download came in German, couldn't figure out how to switch it to English but pretty easy to decipher.
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I don't know how to read this result, is this normal? Because it's quite low compared to the other. Please, enlighten me
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I seriously doubt rapid mode has any effect other that to show fancy numbers in benchmarks.
 
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I seriously doubt rapid mode has any effect other that to show fancy numbers in benchmarks.
Yes, that & RAPID is stated to create less writes on a SSD, although that's only Samsung & now Crucial's claim, yet have no way to measure that attribute.:D

With a NVMe SSD, even on a PCIe 2.0 controller, the speed is real & can be felt. I can't say the same for RAPID, in fact the driver for the Samsung 840 (both EVO & Pro) was buggy on two of my computers, so removed & ran w/out the feature.:)

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That crucial has nice speeds btw.
 

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Hey guys this is my x99 system. 4x 850 pro 256gb raid 0. This is pretty much best I can get topping out the raid controller pretty sure lol. And these are real speeds not using rapid lol.

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3rd Image is rapid mode on my Haswell i7 (GTX1070) rig score.
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Need some help, as you can see my score came in lower than all posted. I've been pretty disappointed in my desktop lately with respect to editing video and suspect my SSD is getting old (5 or 6 years).
I'm not a techie, I ran AVG tuneup, and this is the score I came up with. Is it time to buy a new hard drive? Or should I try and few things I don't know about first? could use some extra space anyway and thinking of going to 2 TB
Sorry that my download came in German, couldn't figure out how to switch it to English but pretty easy to decipher.
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You will have to get a SATA based M.2 drive. I would recommend either the Crucial MX500 or the Samsung 860EVO or 850EVO.

I don't know how to read this result, is this normal? Because it's quite low compared to the other. Please, enlighten me
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That is very slow write speeds...
 
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If anyone has a SATA2 mboard and wonders if a SATA3 card makes a difference, here's some numbers. The MB in question is Intel H61 sold in a HP's p6-2440el desktop, i7-3770, 8GB ram, Win10, the card is something I found on Amazon as CSL PCIe 2.0 2 ports (the one without raid) when I ran out of SATA ports on MB. Drive C is the one plugged to the MB (SATA2), drive G is actually a physically different drive that is 2 years older, both are the same Samsung 850 EVO model.

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Can someone tell me if my score is good or normal for a 960 EVO 1tb? just want to make sure everything is working alright but i dont know how to read these scores, thanks!

 
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also, if someone can tell me if this is normal scores? I am seeing others with 2000+ on the one that reads 635... :/ (post above wont let me edit it...) and as ssd above is win 10, as ssd scores below is win 8.1 custom)


 
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Was a day when storage subsystem needs warranted paying $1,000 for a 1 GB SCSI drive as programs like AutoCAD did a lot of writing to disk. Now, I can disable the SSDs in our office / home and boot of the OS on the SSHDs and no one ever notices. They might if they stared at screen watching a 2 TB backup or copy pasting 500 GB from one drive to another but outside specialized workstation apps and video editing, all systems a bottlenecked by the weakest component. At my desk, that's me ... the puter can do 100s pf things in the time between keystrikes.

But hey, we are all geeks and we goitta have our fun and there is still braggng righits !
 
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