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Embarrassed again... thought I'd updated the list over a month ago and I hadn't. doh.gif Done now, hopefully I haven't missed anyone. Anyone that waits a while after posting wanting to be added can feel free to poke me via PM if I keep lapsing on the owners list updates, I really don't mind being reminded about that and I do apologize that this keeps happening. redface.gif
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Just got my 500GB 850 Evo yesterday. Largest SSD I have ever owned.

I went and did a quick bench with Samsung Rapid mode disabled

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Nightingale View Post

Just got my 500GB 850 Evo yesterday. Largest SSD I have ever owned.

I went and did a quick bench with Samsung Rapid mode disabled


Can you pleace try 10GB testsize?
Edited by Nizzen - 5/22/15 at 12:32pm
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Here you go. I did a partial Test for you.

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In the Performance Benchmark section in Samsung Magician, it says above the Read and Write scores: "Up to xxx". Mine says "Up to 530" for Reads and "Up to 130" for Writes.

130 MB/s seems awfully poor for a new 840 EVO 120 GB which, I believe, is set up correctly.

How does the program come up with the "Up to" values. Based on the model and/or what it detects about the system it is installed in? On the internet I have seen screen shots Samsung Magician showing various models with Writes Up to 320 or 390, etc.

Can anyone clarify this?

Thanks.
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