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So i have had this SSD for about 6 months now and its in my laptop (HP ENVY 14) and i really havent tested it with AS SSD yet, so today i did and i got the below image. G.Skill say this SSD will get up to 285mb/s on read and 275mb/s on write yet im not getting that specially my write speeds.

So im not sure if its my laptop9 upgrading to Desktop so wil be putting this in, in a few weeks) or if i should contact G.Skill to see if its able to be RMA'd,


Hope somone could give me some advice , THanks

    
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It looks like you did not have TRIM enabled and that your laptop might be running in SATA I mode.
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It looks like you did not have TRIM enabled and that your laptop might be running in SATA I mode.
Orr, those speeds spec'ed by g.skill are absolute optimal and usually never true. The benchmark you are running will give you a more realistic speed reading.

If you are wondering if trim was enabled, did you enable ahci in the bios before you installed the os? or was it a drop in upgrade? You might be suffering from a little bit of degradation, but not a ton.
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TRIM might be disabled, to check whether it's enabled or disabled, go to the Command prompt and type "fsutil behavior query disabledeletenotify"

DisableDeleteNotify = 1 (Windows TRIM commands are disabled)
DisableDeleteNotify = 0 (Windows TRIM commands are enabled)

If it's disabled (1), type in "fsutil behavior set disabledeletenotify 0"

Also check if the SATA mode is set to ACHI or IDE in the BIOS. If it's not set to ACHI, go to Regedit (Windows Key + R > Type in regedit.exe), then go to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\System\\CurrentControlSet\\Se rvices\\Msahci" and change the Start value to 0. After than turn off your computer and set the SATA mode to ACHI, then boot into Windows.

Let us know if you have TRIM and ACHI enabled or not.
Edited by Ecstacy - 8/1/11 at 7:21pm
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i enabled TRIM when i id a clean install of the OS,

my laptop is pretty recent (bought it NOV 2010) so i should have SATA 2 im guessing,

i posted this on the g.skill forum , hopfully an administrator will help me
    
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also AHCI is enabled
Edited by Patrikc8 - 8/2/11 at 2:46am
    
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