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[Vertex 4] Possible Problem

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Note: I have not updated my firmware to 1.4RC. I'm waiting on the final release.

I snagged this drive a couple weeks ago after going over a lot of stuff here on the forums and checking early reviews. I feel like my speeds are rather inadequate. AS_SDD (Click to show)
501
ATTO (Click to show)
617
CrystalDiskMark (Click to show)
370

Is there anything I'm doing wrong or a setting I need to change?

P.S. Computer in question is my sigrig.
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Note: I have not updated my firmware to 1.4RC. I'm waiting on the final release.
I snagged this drive a couple weeks ago after going over a lot of stuff here on the forums and checking early reviews. I feel like my speeds are rather inadequate. AS_SDD (Click to show)
501
ATTO (Click to show)
617
CrystalDiskMark (Click to show)
370
Is there anything I'm doing wrong or a setting I need to change?
P.S. Computer in question is my sigrig.

The only one that looks off to me is the AS SSD.
1.3 for the 128 model is supposed to be around 400 read 200 write.
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post #3 of 4
The AS-SSD on write shows that something is limiting the performance to a constant.

Questions:
Are you using the Intel SATA socket with SATA600?
Have you updated firmware?
Tried changing SATA cable?
Is ACHI mode in Bios enabled?
Have you updated Intel chipsets drivers and Intel RST software?
Is TRIM working in Windows?
Have you tried disabling speedstep and turbo boost?
After firmware update, did you try clear motherboard cmos or load optimised defaults and reconfigure?
Check if CPU bus speeds are normal and not overclocked?
Try full formatting?
If the above have been tried with no success then try Sean's guide for I may have missed something.

Sean's optimization guide:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1156654/seans-windows-7-install-optimization-guide-for-ssds-hdds
Edited by tumbirs - 5/10/12 at 1:28pm
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Thank you for the checklist. I'll have to run through them tomorrow as I'll be hitting bed here soon.
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