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No,11.2 is still the best.
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Not for my system
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Here's a screenshot after installing RST -



Overall score went up by about 200.

I don't get anything in the event viewer that pertains to the hanging issue.

Some specs -
Asus P8Z77-V
i7-3770K @4.5GHz
16GB RipJaws (2x8)
EVGA GTX570
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Thanks Liranan!

After changing to AHCI and updating RST to 11.6.0.1030 here are my numbers:



Any other tweaks I should do? What about overprovisioning?

Do I defrag SSDs?

Thanks in advance.

You are welcome! I'm glad you got the drive working the way it should.

No need to over provision, don't fill the drive and the drive will automatically reassign defect sectors.

Turn defrag off, SSD's are so fast that defragging won't help at all. Defragging will cause unnecessary wear to your SSD. I actually don't even defrag my HDD's because I find they slow down till Windows has indexed everything and by that time the drives are fragmented.

You now need to optimise Windows
Quote:
Disable unneeded services:
This is more for advanced users. This helps you go through and edit which services you want or not.
Press the "Windows Key" + 'R" on your keyboard and type Services.msc, press Enter.
Go to BlackViper: http://www.blackviper.com/category/guides/service-configurations/
Follow the info to your OS.
You can use this program to automate the process: (link:http://www.thewindowsclub.com/smart-a-utility-for-tweaking-windows-7-vista-xp-services)

Download the utility and run it. I spent at least half an hour manually disabling all those useless services till I realised it can be done with a few clicks.

Source:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1156654/seans-windows-7-install-optimization-guide-for-ssds-hdds
Edited by Liranan - 1/26/13 at 6:13pm
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Why am I only getting 77000 IOPS on this 840 Pro?

nevermind my 840 Pro failed 2 days later with a bunch of BSODs
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So I've removed my 2x 830 128GB RAID 0 array and got an 840 Pro 128GB. Very impressed with the results.
Has anybody here got the same drive, but faster?

I'm looking forward to getting another 128GB 840 Pro for a RAID 0 array.


For anybody wondering (why my scores are so high) I have the drive over provisioned in the SSD Magician. Seems to help.

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There is no need to add to the OP on these drives imho guys.

That's a typical score for a single 840 pro from what I have seen.
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nevermind my 840 Pro failed 2 days later with a bunch of BSODs

Hopefully your next one will work flawlessly.
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Is this drive performing as it should? This is in a build I did for a friend and I really don't know much about ssd performance and tuning. I have read a lot here and I have tried to do everything that has been suggested but I don't know if I have missed anything or not. The drive is a Samsung 840 Pro 256GB.



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Is this drive performing as it should? This is in a build I did for a friend and I really don't know much about ssd performance and tuning. I have read a lot here and I have tried to do everything that has been suggested but I don't know if I have missed anything or not. The drive is a Samsung 840 Pro 256GB.





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