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m4 benchmark, is this a good score?

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hey guys just setup my new build did this benchmark on my m4, this is my first ssd so im not sure what kinds of scores they are ment to get but this is what i got so let me know how its fairing?

    
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lloks pretty solid, you might try anvil bench as well

http://thessdreview.com/Downloads/An...k_Beta8(3).zip
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Are you using a SATA3 6gb/s port? Here's my benchmark, wondering why your sequential read/write speeds are so much faster than mine.. I'm guessing cause I'm using SATA2:

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Yep looks solid for a Sata III 6gb/s setup.
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Quote:
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Are you using a SATA3 6gb/s port? Here's my benchmark, wondering why your sequential read/write speeds are so much faster than mine.. I'm guessing cause I'm using SATA2:

You should upgrade the FW 0009 and stick it in a SATA 3 Port.
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^ he is running 0009, but yes Sata 2 would speed up his sequential speeds.
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Seems fine with me. I get slightly higher with 0009 and SATA-III. Make sure you install Intel Rapid Storage Technology.
post #8 of 19
Yup im running 0009, but I'm using SATA 2 as another member recommended (specifically for TRIM). Will I see any real world difference between SATA2 and 3?

**sorry to hijack your thread OP
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post #9 of 19
Quote:
Originally Posted by CloudWhite View Post
Are you using a SATA3 6gb/s port? Here's my benchmark, wondering why your sequential read/write speeds are so much faster than mine.. I'm guessing cause I'm using SATA2
He's using SATA3 on a motherboard with SSD caching, so even if you got a SATA3 card, it wouldn't quite hit the rates that sandybridge boards are pushing right now.. would still be quite an improvement, though.

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Solid3 on SATA2 ICH10R msahci
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Solid 3 on SATA3 Highpoint Rocket 62x card

Edited by d0gZpAw - 10/14/11 at 7:59pm
    
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^^ Wow I see, big improvement -- thanks for the clarification.

Are there any real world benefits for using SATA3 over SATA2 though? Or am I only going to see these gains during benchmarking? Would like to know if it's worth losing TRIM for..
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