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Also, your mobo is the plain ASUS P8Z68-V and not the ASUS P8Z68-V Pro right? Just double checking.
Is it, is that the reason everyone I see got the PRO? lol
Only diff I saw was that the PRO supported firewire

Oh, the Pro also has 2 extra 6Gb/s SATA ports from the Marvell Controller which is known to give lower performance and issues. And the Pro comes with onboard firewire like you said and a 2.5" USB 3 extention box.

I got the non-Pro myself because I had no use for it lol.

So that is why I want to know just to rule out the Marvell controller.
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Also, I just thought of this, should I stop my weekly run of CCleaner? I like to clean all my cache out and invalid registry entries.
post #14 of 23
Not sure if this will affect your situation, but I had low speeds/scores on my new 256gb m4 a few weeks back (not as low as yours, but still...) I heeded sean webster's advice to let my computer sit logged off for a few hours, and that let it garbage collect and did the trick. Give it a try
post #15 of 23
Seems about normal to me.

As for CCleaner, I run it 1 to 2 times a month. It doesn't make much of a difference really.

Also, if you haven't maybe look over my optimization guide.
post #16 of 23
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I did everything in the guide with pagefile and restore points and what not, I just feel I have low write speeds. Advertised as 515MBps.
post #17 of 23
Corsair used ATTO to benchmark their ssd, thats where their advertised speed came from. So you need to run ATTO if you want to see the advertised speed
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Corsair used ATTO to benchmark their ssd, thats where their advertised speed came from. So you need to run ATTO if you want to see the advertised speed

This
post #19 of 23
I recently got a SSD and I saw this thread so I would like to ask if my score is normal.

I'm using a Corsair Force 3 90GB updated to 1.3.3 Firmware.

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These scores for as-ssd are in the range they should be. The Corsair Force GT is equal to the Vertex 3.

http://www.ocztechnology.com/res/manuals/OCZ_Vertex3_Product_Sheet.pdf

The problem with the 500/500 numbers is they can't be reached with real data on these drives. 500/500 can be reached with Atto's 100% compressible data test. Meanwhile, the average program is about 50% compressed when released. If the compression algorythm built into the drive cannot compress the data, speed suffers.
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