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hi all ..

I got the ssd yesterday Patriot Wildfire 120GB, which is updated to the latest version of the Firmware 3.3.2 but the results of the writing was slow compared to other results in reviews that were between 250 and 260 MB per second!

my ssd result :

testssdqio.jpg

Results are similar to with other tools .

im use sata3 port from intel Z68 ( not marvell ) , M.B\ GIGABYTE ‏Z68X-UD7-B3 and all chipset updating latest version .
so What can I do ?confused.gif

thanx .
post #2 of 8
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Any opinions?
post #3 of 8
I see no one has answered this.. But, I wouldn't worry about the Seq. Read and writes, it's the 4ks that are mainly important, which look fine to me.

Scroll down in this link, and you'll see a video. 2:34 in this video will display the same results.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820220599
Edited by Lanathide - 12/23/11 at 11:26am
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Use ATTO bench and you should see the full spec benches.
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Use ATTO bench and you should see the full spec benches.

I agree. But, I watched that whole video reviewing that SSD, and Paul's results were very similar to yours.
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I see no one has answered this.. But, I wouldn't worry about the Seq. Read and writes, it's the 4ks that are mainly important, which look fine to me.

Scroll down in this link, and you'll see a video. 2:34 in this video will display the same results.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820220599

thank you , i see video but i'm try with all tools and avg write between 180 and 200 , and Windows boot takes 27 seconds!

atto result :

614
post #7 of 8
My windows boots in 22... So I guess it's alright..
Your ATTO results are very good. Keep in mind that if you have alot of stuff on there, it will slow down.. I have 25GB of stuff on mine and it takes 22 seconds to boot.
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thank you .
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