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The sticky o'course, yours! Except the install was a clone instead of a fresh install, per request.

I was going to say you didn't because the alignment is not like it should be if you followed it lol. AND step 7 was skipped and you or your friend did not install the SATA drivers! tongue.gif

Have your friend install the SATA drivers and run the test again and see what it gets.
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Alignments still fine though, yeah?

Ill give the drivers a go, but I guess all the suggestions is confirmation that it is in fact running a tad slow?
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Alignments still fine though, yeah?
AS SSD says it is OK, but I had it say that before and it was off a little so I realigned it and it increased my reads/writes a little.
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Ill give the drivers a go, but I guess all the suggestions is confirmation that it is in fact running a tad slow?
Yep, just a tiny. The drivers could however give it a big boost. I saw some one with a score of low 600 and then they installed the driver and it went up to like 700 something. Though it could also not do that lol.

Furthermore, it could be that since the drive was just heavily written to it needs to just sit a while and run garbage collection.

SO yes, see what the driver does first.
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Better smile.gif Broke the SSD-life "Total/Free" counter but meh. I guess AMD controller is better than Microsofts. I had read the opposite, and that since AMD's didnt get TRIM support until super late to avoid it. Thanks man, would give rep if I could!

Oh P.S, the second question: he can run it 24/7 without any problems?
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Better smile.gif Broke the SSD-life "Total/Free" counter but meh. I guess AMD controller is better than Microsofts. I had read the opposite, and that since AMD's didnt get TRIM support until super late to avoid it. Thanks man, would give rep if I could!

Oh P.S, the second question: he can run it 24/7 without any problems?

Haha, it worked biggrin.gif

As for the MS vs AMD and TRIM, the MS driver is old as heck now, it was made in 2006 lol and AMD fixed the no TRIM support a while ago, last summer I think. So the newest drivers are best to use atm. Unless you suddenly have odd issues that arise.

And yes he will be fine 24/7.
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