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Help with OCZ Agility 3 performance

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A week ago i bought a OCZ Agility 3 120Gb hard drive. Its running on a Asus M4A79XTD EVO which only supports SATA II. But i bought the HD thinking future motherboard upgrade. I know that SATA II does effect the performance but still im not quite satisfied what im getting out of it.

http://i.imgur.com/wQmwJ.png

Are these benchmark results right?

Thanks for your help.
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http://www.ocztechnology.com/res/man...duct_sheet.pdf

You're right on the money with your reads.

Your writes are a little off but that will probably clean itself up over time.
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Yes, they are good. SATA II limits your maximum read/write, but with SSDs the main gain is the 4k reads and access time, which will not be limited by SATA II.
    
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