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My AS SSD results (for 128GB version):

501

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Anyone update the F/W yet? Any issues installing it?
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Anyone update the F/W yet? Any issues installing it?

I haven't tried it yet. Will post an update when I do.
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I hear Intel boards perform better with SSDs. Is it true or can I expect the same performance with my board (SB850 and it has 6G)?
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Which files are you downloading? Just the ZIP file? or the ISO as well?

Let me know how you update this firmware...never done it before. Is it just an autoinstall?

Benchmarks before and after?
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Originally Posted by GreenStone View Post

I hear Intel boards perform better with SSDs. Is it true or can I expect the same performance with my board (SB850 and it has 6G)?

Don't worry. Today, Intel and AMD performance is almost equal. Intel delivers a steady SATA performance, while in an AMD SB850 chipset I've seen the same performance but sometimes it decreases just a bit. A year ago, not only AMD AHCI drivers couldn't achieve the same speed as Intel drivers, but lacked TRIM and the performance was horrible. The did their homework and today AMD SATA performance is almost equal as Intel. And AMD was the first company to support TRIM for SATAIII.

Summing up: you'll be able to get the same read/write speed with Intel or AMD, but Intel SATA is more stable, while AMD can bounce up and down a little bit.


Just grab the AMD AHCI and Southbridge latest drivers from AMD web
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http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/windows/Pages/raid_windows.aspx
    
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Before Firmware update:
501

After Firmware update: (Virtually no different)...hopefully more stable. Got my first ever BSOD lastnight...who knows what its from...CPU OC, GPU OC, SSD?
501
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Nonehxc View Post

Don't worry. Today, Intel and AMD performance is almost equal. Intel delivers a steady SATA performance, while in an AMD SB850 chipset I've seen the same performance but sometimes it decreases just a bit. A year ago, not only AMD AHCI drivers couldn't achieve the same speed as Intel drivers, but lacked TRIM and the performance was horrible. The did their homework and today AMD SATA performance is almost equal as Intel. And AMD was the first company to support TRIM for SATAIII.
Summing up: you'll be able to get the same read/write speed with Intel or AMD, but Intel SATA is more stable, while AMD can bounce up and down a little bit.
Just grab the AMD AHCI and Southbridge latest drivers from AMD web
Code:
http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/windows/Pages/raid_windows.aspx

Ah, ok. Thanks!
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May I join? My new build (listed in signature, feedback welcome!) is going to be powered by two of these sexy beasts. My OS Drive is going to be the 64gb drive, and my video games (most) will be on a 128gb drive. I just ordered the 64gb tonight. Tom's hardware did a review on it, gave it their thumbs up, and within hours newegg was sold out frown.gif Figured I better grab one NOW before they all disappear!
     
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Which files are you downloading? Just the ZIP file? or the ISO as well?
Let me know how you update this firmware...never done it before. Is it just an autoinstall?
Benchmarks before and after?

You can use the FW update tool inside Samsung SSD Magician and download it. You only need to unpack it and put the files into a folder. Then inside SSD Magician point to that folder and start the update.

Edit: I tried updating, but it failed.. I clicked ok and my pc rebooted automatically and eventually being stuck with a black screen saying 'loading operating system'. After a few minutes I turned everything off and on again. Fortunately it boots normal again.. but I guess I don't try this again. Also because I read the same on a different forum where the SSD ended up doing nothing at all anymore.
Edited by Sander H - 1/12/12 at 3:37am
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