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It doesn't benchmark old written files.
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It doesn't benchmark old written files.
It's not supposed to. Like it's not supposed to clean your house and make you pizza and beer.
Most disk benchmarks including CDM create new test files. Besides 850 EVO does not have the same TLC cell voltage drift problem 840 series (excluding Pro) was suffering from.
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850DC PRO - I'm a proud 850 pro owner, and i like it loads, my question is, there are data center versions of 850, how do they differ, proformance warranty, has anyone got one, what they like
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850DC PRO - I'm a proud 850 pro owner, and i like it loads, my question is, there are data center versions of 850, how do they differ, proformance warranty, has anyone got one, what they like
Insane reliability, certification, full circuit data loss protection and so on.
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850DC PRO - I'm a proud 850 pro owner, and i like it loads, my question is, there are data center versions of 850, how do they differ, proformance warranty, has anyone got one, what they like

Mostly endurance is much longer.

http://www.samsung.com/global/business/semiconductor/product/flash-ssd/overview

Haven't used them though. I use Intel Enterprise SSD.

You will pay over 5x the price though.
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Im going to put my 830 and 850EVO to raid0 soon. Its going to be my OS&game drive. Is 16k strip size ok for that?
Should I also install Intel RST drivers or does Windows do just fine?
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Im going to put my 830 and 850EVO to raid0 soon. Its going to be my OS&game drive. Is 16k strip size ok for that?
Should I also install Intel RST drivers or does Windows do just fine?

I personally like 16K as it handles the small OS and programs files faster. If one deals with large videos, etc. large files in general, then 128K is recommended. A good balance of both worlds is 64K

Intel recommends 16K though just to let you know

IRST Driver? that's an absolute must! You wanna install IRST athen after rebooting, wait for a while and go to the performance tab in IRST and select Write Back Cache for the best performance then go to the next tab and disable link power management for increased performance then you must reboot after doing these 2 settings even if it doesn't ask j00 to
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Is my write amplification too high for the usage my 1tb 850 pro has seen? I set about 25% OP(715 GB free for OS usage) back in December when I first installed 7 x64 in my drive but I'm worried I might be wearing out my drive too fast.

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850DC PRO - I'm a proud 850 pro owner, and i like it loads, my question is, there are data center versions of 850, how do they differ, proformance warranty, has anyone got one, what they like

The 845 DC Pro is the Data center version of the 850 PRO.
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Is my write amplification too high for the usage my 1tb 850 pro has seen? I set about 25% OP(715 GB free for OS usage) back in December when I first installed 7 x64 in my drive but I'm worried I might be wearing out my drive too fast.

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You're fine. The drive has only written about 3TB since purchase wich is pretty much the same as my 128GB 850 Pro has written also from december. Samsung says the drive will last 150TB (warranty) and in reality i would not be suprised if it survived 2 or 3 PB (yes thats petabytes or 2000 to 3000 terabytes if techreports unique wear test with older 840 Pro is anything to go by: http://techreport.com/review/27909/the-ssd-endurance-experiment-theyre-all-dead ).
So with your current write amplification the drive will take over 7 years just to reach samsungs rated 150TB and by then it will be all but obsolete anyway.
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