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Originally Posted by CravinR1 View Post

Why does installing intel storage manager make my 640 gig aaks drives disappear ??
did you ever RAID them before? Are they in a RAID array?

Could be some weird meta data or something. Doing a diskpart clean on them should fix it. That is, you can do the clean command on them when using the default driver, then when done switch back to the intel.
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They were in raid but the array failed but both drives work great after 2 years except intel driver says I gotta format them
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I was just (15 min. ago) browsing ebay when I happened upon a Samsung 830 series 128Gb for $79.99 "buy it now".... it seemed too good to be true, but the listing said it was barely used, and the seller had 100% positive feedback. I couldn't pass up the deal, especially considering the fact that I have been wanting to do Raid 0 with my 830 ever since I got it. So I grabbed it and I will be running Raid 0 within a week or two biggrin.gif Can't wait!
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You are actually using a 60GB SSD over a 128GB one as boot drive? I'm a little surprised as the 128 is faster not only because it doesn't use an SF controller but also because it will have more channels than the 60GB Vertex. Also due to it having more space there's more room for TRIM to work, thus making the drive even snappier or faster in general performance.

If I'm wrong please post benchmarks data.
post #1865 of 4373
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Originally Posted by Liranan View Post

You are actually using a 60GB SSD over a 128GB one as boot drive? I'm a little surprised as the 128 is faster not only because it doesn't use an SF controller but also because it will have more channels than the 60GB Vertex. Also due to it having more space there's more room for TRIM to work, thus making the drive even snappier or faster in general performance.

If I'm wrong please post benchmarks data.
the difference is so tiny i doubt if any difference in snappiness is noticeable.
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post #1866 of 4373
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Originally Posted by CravinR1 View Post

They were in raid but the array failed but both drives work great after 2 years except intel driver says I gotta format them

I had this happen once, backup your data from hdd and with ctrl-i for raid setup and deleted the setting for the hdd in there. I had the exact same thing happen with my ssd, once I installed intel rst the ssd would disappear.
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the difference is so tiny i doubt if any difference in snappiness is noticeable.

This... I needed more room for games than 60gb allowed (or 128gb with system filed/other apps). And I set it up before steam would let you chooses a directory to install. So I figured day to day use I wouldn't notice a difference in speed anyway. Won't matter now though biggrin.gif
post #1868 of 4373
Sean,

What are the advantages of iastor over msahci? My drive is slower with iastor ?




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Originally Posted by gotendbz1 View Post

I had this happen once, backup your data from hdd and with ctrl-i for raid setup and deleted the setting for the hdd in there. I had the exact same thing happen with my ssd, once I installed intel rst the ssd would disappear.

Thanks to Sean and gotendbz1. That worked,, I had forgotten to set to raid mode and delete the raid volume (though I was not in raid mode I was in ashci, oh well) + REP I had to backup everything on the drives and format but worth it if they will perform better.
Edited by CravinR1 - 2/13/13 at 9:18am
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Performance Optimization brought up my Windows Experience Index down from 7.9 back to 8.1
http://www.anushand.com/2013/02/how-to-improve-your-samsung-840-series.html

But at 30% usage, I saw a 7%-ish drop in AS-SSD scores. :/
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Originally Posted by Anusha View Post

Performance Optimization brought up my Windows Experience Index down from 7.9 back to 8.1
http://www.anushand.com/2013/02/how-to-improve-your-samsung-840-series.html

But at 30% usage, I saw a 7%-ish drop in AS-SSD scores. :/

That's natural, that also happens with mechanical storage.
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