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its true HD TUNE can make down performance ssd ??
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Any excessive benchmarking will reduce SSD's performance.
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ohh.. its better for my ssd to not run any benchmarking again..
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Originally Posted by XSCounter;14270195 
Any excessive benchmarking will reduce SSD's performance.
Not permanently and not most benchmarks.
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Originally Posted by tembok_besi;14270464 
ohh.. its better for my ssd to not run any benchmarking again..
No, it does not really matter.
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HD tune is not a good benchmark for a ssd.

As-ssd is a much better benchmark but it also writes a lot of data during testing. The Vertex 3 for instance will introduce write throttling if too much data is being written to the ssd. Given time, the throttling will be lifted though. Ocz only recommends as-ssd be run once a month.
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Originally Posted by mcg75;14273453 
HD tune is not a good benchmark for a ssd.

As-ssd is a much better benchmark but it also writes a lot of data during testing. The Vertex 3 for instance will introduce write throttling if too much data is being written to the ssd. Given time, the throttling will be lifted though. Ocz only recommends as-ssd be run once a month.

hi i found this from as ssd result thread.
SANDFORCE Disclaimer::
This benchmark uses non-compressible completely RANDOM data, so Sandforce drives won't produce "super-fast" numbers like they do in ATTO.
Also writing a whole bunch of non-compressible data to the drive quickly has reportedly pushed a few Sandforce drives into "write throttled" mode, basically Sandforce users have been warned

i think as ssd benchmark and crystal disk mark is not compatible with sandforce right now. i found many poeple with they sandforce ssd controler get small score exactly in write test..
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Originally Posted by tembok_besi;14283107 
hi i found this from as ssd result thread.
SANDFORCE Disclaimer::
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i think as ssd benchmark and crystal disk mark is not compatible with sandforce right now. i found many poeple with they sandforce ssd controler get small score exactly in write test..

OCZ uses as-ssd results in the product page of their sandforce drives.

http://www.ocztechnology.com/res/manuals/OCZ_Vertex3_MAX_IOPS_Product_sheet.pdf

I run as-ssd on my vertex 3 every few weeks to make sure it's not degrading.
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