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Also check in a day or 2, im almost done programming an app which should help speed up SSD's a bit on certain chip sets. It should be released either tomorrow or the day after I have done testing it.
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I am running with the AMD AHCI driver and I thought it does support TRIM? - http://forums.amd.com/game/messagevi...&enterthread=y

Also SSD Life indicates that TRIM is supported and enabled.
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AMD AHCI driver does support TRIM.
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So i was able to get my read up to 435 MB/s. What i ended up doing was before reinstalling windows, I upgraded my bios which raised my read speed up about 20 MB/s. Then i reinstalled windows this time with AHCI enabled and my storage hard drive disconnected. After windows was done i was getting the speeds of should of been getting in the first hand.. So it must of been the not having AHCI enabled during install, my storage device being connected, or the motherboard needing flashed that caused my issue with low read speeds.

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post #25 of 28
Congrats, glad to see you fixed your problem.

Here is mine (64GB M4) on a freshly installed Win 7:

Attachment 222153


Looks like your AMD motherboard has similar or slightly better performance to an Intel one.
post #26 of 28
Hi, My name is Soshi, university student in Japan. So, my English might be a little wrong, sorry.
I'm using just same SSD and mainbord as Mr.redhonda. The score of my SSD is aboout 270 MB/s. I also had the same problem.
I could not understand the solution of a problem, because English was little difficult to me. Please teach a little more in detail.

Question 1:If I reinstall Windows, should I remove other HDD ? After the installation, should I connect HDD again ?
Question 2:My BIOS is the latest, but there is no item of AHCI. All I should do is reinstalling windows,don't I?

If my question is cramped, Please teach me the most important point to solve this problem.

This is just an aside, I began to play FINAL FANTASY XIV, it is very trivial. I bought it for 500yen (about5$) in Akihabara. Ha-ha-ha!
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post #27 of 28
Sorry, I found the item of AHCI in BIOS, and rewrote the registry of windows as AHCI. And retried the bench mark of SSD, new score was 412MB/s!!

I will reinstall OS some time, thank you.
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post #28 of 28
Quote:
Originally Posted by XSCounter View Post
AMD AHCI driver does support TRIM.
You are right. AMD finally released an AHCI driver a few months ago in November.
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