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You are quick on the draw!
Looks like it relates to a Linux utility, and I'm not a linux user, but I'll read it over to get the gist.
BTW, I love the dancing bear. Just always loved dancing bears. biggrin.gif
JML

I'm trying to think ways around this, even though Linux doesn't use NTFS ... hmph.

You could enter CMD whilst installing Windows and try and replicate the Linux coding. (Doing more research, one sec)
You don't need to do any of that. Just make a partition smaller than the total capacity and the person will be over provisioning lol.
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You don't need to do any of that. Just make a partition smaller than the total capacity and the person will be over provisioning lol.

But will the overprovisioned space be equally spread out over both drives?
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You don't need to do any of that. Just make a partition smaller than the total capacity and the person will be over provisioning lol.

But will the overprovisioned space be equally spread out over both drives?
I don't see why it wouldn't.
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I don't see why it wouldn't.

Is there any way to verify the formatted space on each individual disk in a RAID array?
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You don't need to do any of that. Just make a partition smaller than the total capacity and the person will be over provisioning lol.

But will the overprovisioned space be equally spread out over both drives?

Is the allocated space spread equally across both drives?

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I don't see why it wouldn't.

Is there any way to verify the formatted space on each individual disk in a RAID array?
RAID 0 splits I/O operations into equal-sized blocks and spread them evenly across two disks...that is why it is known as a striped set.

And a way to verify? IDK. Doesn't matter tho. It is spread evenly between both.
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Kk thanks for the info smile.gif (*Insert imaginary rep*)
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My father got a 128GB 840 pro off Newegg and here's the bench on SSD magician:





compared to 256GB which has 519 and 449
http://www.overclock.net/t/1190026/official-samsung-ssd830-840-owners-club/1340#post_18841252
Edited by AlphaC - 12/27/12 at 6:22pm
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My father got a 128GB 840 pro off Newegg and here's the bench on SSD magician:





compared to 256GB which has 519 and 449
http://www.overclock.net/t/1190026/official-samsung-ssd830-840-owners-club/1340#post_18841252
That's normal. Bigger capacity = more chips = more speed. The way I picture it is like a RAID0 of memory chips. The more, the faster. Especially on write. Also consider that especially on the OS disk, the bench will be lower if the drive is being used (Windows LOVES to read/Write all the damn time)
Edited by Tarnix - 12/27/12 at 7:38pm
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I switched to the MSAHCI driver and I noticed something quite strange. My benchmark numbers were lower but when timing startup and shutdown programs were noticeably faster.

For example Magician reports thee SSD as having 48117 random reads and 33302 random writes. With AMD SATA I get 61898 read and 32752 write. Yet when I timed Torchlight it was 2 seconds faster with the MSAHCI than with the AMD SATA drivers and even VMWare starts up faster. I am a little confused as to why I get higher scores with the AMD SATA drivers than with the MSAHCI ones yet everything is slower. Can anyone explain this to me?

Here are two screen shots explaining what I mean:
AMD AHCI


MSAHCI



I've had the drive for a week and I'm up to 180GB writes already. All this benchmarking is going to kill my drive early biggrin.gif
Edited by Liranan - 12/27/12 at 8:18pm
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