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You can update firmware,its not destructive. Improving "dirty drive"write performance.That means when you fill up your ssd,writes stay the same.
Didy ou not read even one review of drive before you bought it.

Edited by Unit Igor - 3/18/13 at 11:40pm
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You can update firmware,its not destructive. Improving "dirty drive"write performance.That means when you fill up your ssd,writes stay the same.
Didy ou not read even one review of drive before you bought it.

Lol, I red every single review I found with google. But thanks tho, my first SSD can't know everything.
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840 basic 120gb. Why is my random read little low? My OS is tweaked like it should, ACHI and TRIM on of course. My firmware seems to be outdated, is it worth to upgrade or too big of a risk with corrupted files? I don't want to redownload 100GB again.

It's maximum theoretical output. You will never reach that so don't even bother trying as every PC, Windows and SSD is different.
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Lol, I red every single review I found with google. But thanks tho, my first SSD can't know everything.
Sorry,you talk about reads and i thinking about writes.Again,sorry.
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Hey, I'm myself a proud owner of Samsung SSD 840! (Not PRO).
Please add me to the list!
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Hey, I'm myself a proud owner of Samsung SSD 840! (Not PRO).
Please add me to the list!

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So, I thought I added myself to this club, but I guess not since a search for my OCN UN shows no posts in the thread.

My new system, just a bit more than a month old now, is running an 840Pro 128gb for Windows only and a 840Pro 256gb for games only. I also moved my Users files from the Windows directory over to my WD Raptor 300gb, as I think that should be just fine for speed.

I haven't done any benchmarking on the drives as of yet, but load screens on BF3 and Skyrim are pretty quickly gone...

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Just to confirm, a samsung 840 does not work in an Optiplex 960 (Intel Q45 chipset).
BIOS recognises the drive about 25% of the time.

Swapped to a Kingston V300 (sandforce) and have no problems.
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840 basic 120gb. Why is my random read little low? My OS is tweaked like it should, ACHI and TRIM on of course. My firmware seems to be outdated, is it worth to upgrade or too big of a risk with corrupted files? I don't want to redownload 100GB again.

I imagine you are wondering about the random read performance, since all the other tests are a bit above the maximum specs, except for that one. It's true you may not always reach or exceed the maximum specs for a SSD, but you can try. It's virtually impossible to give you any help, since we don't have much detail about that PC, such as which drivers your are using, etc.

I noticed under your scores the message about configuring your system according to recommendations in the OS Optimization menu. I don't see that message with my Samsung SSDs, since I used that feature. Any reason why you have not done that? It might help increase that score.

The firmware update on my 840 Pro was simple and did not disturb anything, I would not worry about that.
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Hey,

I am a samsung 830 series owner.
I wonder if others have problems with the OS optimization that comes with the new ssd magician driver?
For some reason I can't enable write-cache buffer flushing. frown.gif

Please help me,

Thanks,
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