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Ok I will post a screenshot of the Crystal benchmark when I get home to visually show what I'm

talking about. After looking in this thread I can see that my write speeds are subpar(398/420) with

most others results but, my access times are actually faster (.018). I have ran the included software

but really haven't seen any tangable results.

Any ideas on wh this would be?
post #452 of 5733
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Originally Posted by geronimo View Post

who claims? give me a link? It's bull at least at he normal user level.

From TrueCrypt themselves, they do not recommend TC on SSDs with wear-leveling:
http://www.truecrypt.org/docs/?s=wear-leveling
post #453 of 5733
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From TrueCrypt themselves, they do not recommend TC on SSDs with wear-leveling:
http://www.truecrypt.org/docs/?s=wear-leveling

As I says, you need to read up on it to understand why exactly they say that, and how it works.

BTW after you encrypt OS drive (or any other normal SSD) all the data that goes to over provisioning space is also encrypted so I'm not very concerned about this problem they mentioned.
Also I'm not sure how the sand force drives are in terms of TC cos they use their compression so I would only use Samsung or intel drives that use different approach. that is also official recommendation AFAIK.

the only data, AFAIK, that is NOT encrypted, and the key itself, are stored inside the RAM after you booted to OS, and after the computer is turned off the adversary has a few moments to get the data quickly out before it 's deleted.

btw we are going offtopic here so you should maybe create a separate thread or dig mine up, and post there.

cheers.
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Brownouts? I am concerned now that some of my power surges might cause an issue. Will it?
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Brownouts? I am concerned now that some of my power surges might cause an issue. Will it?
They can cause issues to any component in any system without a UPS of some sort.
post #456 of 5733
Hi all, I just brought the 256GB of the samsung 830.
Now I have a couples questions.
My motherboard is the x58a-ud3r.

It used the marvell 9128 chipset for the SATA 6Gb/s
and the result is this:
280

I also tried the Intel ICH10 which is SATA 3Gb/s.
and the result is this:
280

The marvell read faster, but the intel write faster.
But if I am using my other drives that is on the intel chipset, it will be slower.

Should I use the Marvell or the Intel??

Also I know is below par for the SSD, but is due to the chipset.
Is there anyone with the same chipset with this kind of result?
post #457 of 5733
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Originally Posted by TLCH723 View Post

Hi all, I just brought the 256GB of the samsung 830.
Now I have a couples questions.
My motherboard is the x58a-ud3r.

It used the marvell 9128 chipset for the SATA 6Gb/s
and the result is this:
280

I also tried the Intel ICH10 which is SATA 3Gb/s.
and the result is this:
280

The marvell read faster, but the intel write faster.
But if I am using my other drives that is on the intel chipset, it will be slower.

Should I use the Marvell or the Intel??

Also I know is below par for the SSD, but is due to the chipset.
Is there anyone with the same chipset with this kind of result?
use intel
post #458 of 5733
501

Followed Sean's installation guide and here it is! i will run the test again in a month! am I in the club? wheee.gif

wait wait! i did another AS benchmark!
501


AND restart time!
417

and WEI processor and ram scores dropped by 0.1 since the first test but i'm not complaining.


370
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Just finished ordering a Samsung 830 256gb SSD from Amazon which will be arriving tomorrow. It's my first SSD so I'm pretty excited biggrin.gif. Besides reading Sean's SSD guide when re-installing windows, any other tips specific for the 830?
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use intel
Can you explain why??
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