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I only have the magician basically for they start releasing firmware updates for the ssd. Does anybody have an idea when they would start releasing those. I originally had a vertex 4 and that got 5 firmwares over it's life and gained performance over those.


Samsung usually only releases firmware if they need to. They usually get most of the bugs out before release.

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Does Samsung Performance Restoration v.1.0 increase POR Recovery Count in Samsung Magician?

Three weeks ago I replaced 840 EVO 250GB with 850 PRO 256GB in desktop PC.

A week ago I replaced 840 PRO 128GB in my laptop with 840 EVO 250GB (copy SSD with Samsung Data Migration).

After Samsung Performance Restoration v.1.0 I saw decreasing in SSD access time.

But, two days ago I noticed that POR Recovery Count in Samsung Magician showed large number.

I realised that every sleep and shutdown of my laptop add 1 to POR Recovery Count.

According to Samsung: POR Recovery Count - a count of the number of sudden power off cases. If there is a sudden power off, the firmware must recover all of the mapping and user data during the next power on. This is a count of the number of times this has happened.

For me that parameter shows that something isn't finished correctly.

Besides that everything works correctly.

I didn't have any problem with 840 PRO 128GB in laptop nor increasing of POR Recovery Count.

Also that problem didn't exist when 840 EVO was in desktop PC (with old firmware).

Can any of you check POR Recovery Count after Samsung Performance Restoration?

Maybe this is only related to laptop or maybe I am the only one with this situation.

I am using Windows 7 64-bit on desktop PC and laptop.

I played with power plans without success.

Also, I tried on/off windows write-cache buffer flushing.

Sorry for my english.
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If you clone the ssd I would assume that is the cullprit or issue for that.
a fresh install migh clean it up.
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Got a new system with Asus Z97 Deluxe Mobo and using Samsung 850 Pro SSD for OS and would want to make sure I am indeed running SSD optimized AHCI Mode.... please check the screenshot and let me if this is indeed the option tht needs to be enabled (Actually it was enabled by default)

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Got a new system with Asus Z97 Deluxe Mobo and using Samsung 850 Pro SSD for OS and would want to make sure I am indeed running SSD optimized AHCI Mode.... please check the screenshot and let me if this is indeed the option tht needs to be enabled (Actually it was enabled by default)


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