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corsair performance pro 256gb raid 0 performance

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Hi guys, i am newbie to this stuff and i have just bought two corsair 256gb ssds, i have secure erased them and put them in raid 0 mode with 128k stripe.After that, i installed win 7 64 bit on them.Now i compare my ssd bench results with other corsair perfromance pro ssds and i find my ssd's results unexpectedly low.Therefore, i decided to consult you guys here. Is really something wrong with these results below and if so is there any way to improve my ssds performance? I suspect there is something wrong because i click on "my computer" on desktop and it takes a while to access it. my computer window does not appear as soon as i click, takes at least 4 seconds.any help will be appreciated.
This is my atto results:

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as ssd:
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as ssd file copy
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crystal diskmark
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anvil storage
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post #2 of 5
That seems like awesome performance!
    
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core i7 920 4ghz 1.25v Evga Classified E760/E762 Evga Gtx 480 + Galaxy GTX 480 SLI 6GB Corsair Dominator GT 1600mhz 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
Crucial C300 256Gb, Samsung 7200rpm 320gb, 2x W... Windows 7 64-bit Home premium Dell U2410 1920x1200 Wireless Logitech 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
Antec Quatro 1200w Corsair 800D Razer Death Adder Office Depot thingy 
AudioAudio
Asus Xonar STX Sennheiser HD555's 
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Originally Posted by Willanhanyard View Post

That seems like awesome performance!

Really, if so it is a relief to me.Yet, when i compare my results with the performance pro raid 0 benchmark from pureoverclocker.com, it seemed a bit slower.am i missing something about that review?
http://www.pureoverclock.com/article1457.html here is the review.
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If you have any power saving features enabled like intel speed step, C1E support, C-STATES enabled, etc. That will hinder speeds in benchmarking. Also, if you have the OS installed on the drives as well, that will give you lower scores.

The drives in the review were only a storage array with no data on them. Also, they were tested on a Z68 chipset, which drivers are slightly better for atm.
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Originally Posted by Sean Webster View Post

If you have any power saving features enabled like intel speed step, C1E support, C-STATES enabled, etc. That will hinder speeds in benchmarking. Also, if you have the OS installed on the drives as well, that will give you lower scores.
The drives in the review were only a storage array with no data on them. Also, they were tested on a Z68 chipset, which drivers are slightly better for atm.

Yes i benched them with os installed.Now i will check out if there is any power savings features enabled.thanks.
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