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Do these results look correct for a single 256GB M4? Why the high access times on "as ssd" and the differences between benches?


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Shouldn't the Crucial M4 have read speeds up to 500MB/s? I don't suppose you're using a SATAIII port and SATAIII cable?
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Yes, but this may give it a little faster. You need this: Intel SATA Driver


Also check out my optimization guide:

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Originally Posted by asus6983 View Post
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You're not going to get to max speeds on 3Gb/s. I looked up your mobo and it has 2 SATA3 ports and comes with 2 SATA3 cables. Hook it up with one of those and test again. Because SATA 2 only goes up to 3Gb/s you'll need SATA3 with speeds up to 6Gb/s to reach max speeds on the newest SSDs.
Edited by MercurySteam - 11/8/11 at 6:38am
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You're not going to get to max speeds on 3Gb/s. I looked up your mobo and it has 2 SATA3 ports and comes with 2 SATA3 cables. Hook it up with one of those and test again. Because SATA 2only goes up to 3Gb/s you'll need SATA3 with speeds up to 6Gb/s to reach max speeds on the newest SSDs.
He knows, I told him all about it before, thanks though.

The sata 3 on that mobo sucks. Btw. No TRIM support.
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The sata 3 on that mobo sucks. Btw. No TRIM support.
That's a shame, though it's what you get with older boards unfortunately.
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Sean, RST didn't do much and my access times on 'as ssd' are still the highest I've seen from an m4 bench. Are the numbers really abnormal or am I just paranoid?
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post #9 of 12
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Sean, RST didn't do much and my access times on 'as ssd' are still the highest I've seen from an m4 bench. Are the numbers really abnormal or am I just paranoid?
Post up an as ssd screen shot, my 4k-64thrd went to 180 with the RST driver, other wise you other speeds are perfect ...better than mine were and close to mine now. I got 23-24 for my 4k read now, before it was 18-19 on sata 2
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Actually I think it is perfect, I was looking at the as ssd bench marks for the same drive and they look the same
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