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do you have at least 10-15gb of free space on the ssd?

Yes I have 75gb free
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do you have at least 10-15gb of free space on the ssd?

I have 75gb free
post #13 of 17
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You think? I could swear when I benched marked the ssd the first couple of times I was getting 280..my friend will even vouch for me.. I mean it moves from 70 to 120 at times...the other day I got 142..idk I just don't get why it's not consistsnt..that's all

Screenshots or it didn't happen. The highest I've seen 120GB capacity SF-2281 do in AS-SSD sequential writes is around 160MB/s. As for the inconsistency, in benchmarks, it could be your power savings or your PC throttling (in case of laptops). It could also be the SSD running maintenance/garbage collection during the benchmark. If the inconsistency is during actual file copies, copying a single huge file (e.g. 30GB Blu-ray rip) is a vastly different proposition from copying thousands of small files (e.g. 30GB game folder) so you also have to take the size and number of files into account. Also the source drive matters. If you're copying from a mechanical HDD or a USB 2.0 flash drive, you can't very well expect to see top speeds.
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Screenshots or it didn't happen. The highest I've seen 120GB capacity SF-2281 do in AS-SSD sequential writes is around 160MB/s. As for the inconsistency, in benchmarks, it could be your power savings or your PC throttling (in case of laptops). It could also be the SSD running maintenance/garbage collection during the benchmark. If the inconsistency is during actual file copies, copying a single huge file (e.g. 30GB Blu-ray rip) is a vastly different proposition from copying thousands of small files (e.g. 30GB game folder) so you also have to take the size and number of files into account. Also the source drive matters. If you're copying from a mechanical HDD or a USB 2.0 flash drive, you can't very well expect to see top speeds.


Well thax for ur help..I do smoke to much pot..
post #15 of 17
The Speeds are pretty awesome! Use a Ram Cache too. These tweaks might help too. http://www.computingunleashed.com/tweaks-to-speed-up-ssd-optimize.html
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***! after I followed that guide....windows still boot up in 25 seconds, but look at my speeds!! ***,...isnt this like overclock the SSD?

omg I can't say words like ****, ****, etc...cool xd
Edited by jpopsuki - 11/21/12 at 10:19am
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***! after I followed that guide....windows still boot up in 25 seconds, but look at my speeds!! ***,...isnt this like overclock the SSD?

omg I can't say words like ****, ****, etc...cool xd
That is from some sort of disk caching software or NTFS file compression...
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