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SSD crucial m4 speed deteriorate?

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Bought it in Mar for my laptop




today

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how much space do you have left compared to when you first ran the bench?
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currently 21.6 GB free.

the first benmark is right after installing new windows.
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currently 21.6 GB free.
the first benmark is right after installing new windows.

there you go.
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Run Prime 95 on one thread when benching and see what you get.
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currently 21.6 GB free.
the first benmark is right after installing new windows.

there you go.
How is that?
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there you go.

So is it normal for access time read to be double after 7 months usage?


btw: with prime95

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lol, laptops power savings sucks.
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Hey.. I have a question about my M4, it's sorta on the same topic so guess I could ask here smile.gif

When I first bought it, the boot times were pretty quick, Windows logo wouldn't even finish and it would load into desktop. A few months down the road, when I boot now, it's not as quick. The Window logo finishes and it takes about 2-3 seconds after that for desktop to load. Is there a way I can get the same performance I had back when I first bought it?

My score on AS SSD is the same.. it's just the boot time that takes longer.

Ive been reading up on SE.. would that do the trick?
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do they slow down when they get near full ? I just bought a 256 m4 , and since my computers only for gaming I have steam on it to soo im guessing it will be bordering at around 200 of the 231 available most the time.
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lol, laptops power savings sucks.
i believe i set it at "high performance"
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