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What is the name of the program that is used to show the read and write speeds of your hard drive? I have seen a ton of pictures but now that I have installed my SSD i am unable to find the program or the pictures.
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post #2 of 10
Which one? tongue.gif

To name a few main ones:
ATTO -> meh, people with sandforce drives need to use this to see advertised speeds.
AS SSD -> Use this for SSDs, it is the sexiest test ever! My favorite and helps me troubleshoot the best. biggrin.gif
HD Tune -> For HDDs, not SSD testing
Crystal disk mark -> meh
etc..
post #3 of 10
AS SSD I think your after smile.gif

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Edited by Sethy666 - 10/21/12 at 10:14pm
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AS+SSD+Test+1.png

Is this a good rating?
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Yep, looks right for a 120GB Vertex 3.

You could update your firmware too, the latest is v2.25.
post #6 of 10
I thought it would have been higher
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Not so much frown.gif

What SATA port are you plugged into?
Lies! Have you ever seen other 120GB SandForce drives bench in AS SSD? They all perform about the same lol.

Random member's V3:



SSD review sites result:



Also, disabling power saving features and benching while running prime 95 on 1 thread at the same time will increase performance in the benchmark.
post #8 of 10
Yeah... I trust you Sean,,, I thought it would have been higher, thats all thumb.gif
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Yeah... I trust you Sean,,, I thought it would have been higher, thats all thumb.gif
ATTO will show higher, you get different speeds with different data! biggrin.gif

AS SSD tests with fully compressed data, that means that the SandForce controller can not take advantage of real time file compression for faster speeds. Thus it is bogged down slightly.

ATTO on the other hand tests with fully uncompressed data, this means that the SandForce controller can take advantage of its real time file compression and speeds will be higher. Also, ATTO is the program that is used to show advertised speeds.

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post #10 of 10
It is just like this.


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