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This is my result with 2xM4 on sata2

And it was fast.
I am now on Z77 and i cant feel difference of having and dont having TRIM,AS-SSD result just a little bit better.

My only concern was performance degradation over time without TRIM. Sounds like RAID0 will help to minimize that. Good to know. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by IgorHvar View Post

This is my result with 2xM4 on sata2

And it was fast.
I am now on Z77 and i cant feel difference of having and dont having TRIM,AS-SSD result just a little bit better.
That is terrible, something is wrong lol.

Looks decent for SATA II, doesn't it? Or are you yanking my chain? tongue.gif
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Explain please
He was joking around.
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post #13 of 19
Do you listen to me people,two M4 128gb on SATA2
I would really like to see better result.
The only thing thats matter is that Quasimojo is one step closer to decisions.
Edited by Unit Igor - 11/15/12 at 11:24am
post #14 of 19
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My only concern was performance degradation over time without TRIM. Sounds like RAID0 will help to minimize that. Good to know. Thanks.
Looks decent for SATA II, doesn't it? Or are you yanking my chain? tongue.gif
That is Raid 0 on Sata II and it runs about the same as a Sata III SSD.
Here is some bench on a Samsung 830 256gb in single and Raid 0 setups.
Single Samsung 830 256gb

Raid 0 Samsung 830 256gb




EDIT
I ran 2 G.SKILL Phoenix Pro Series Sata II in RAID 0 for over a year and there are still running strong.
Edited by dixson01974 - 11/15/12 at 11:39am
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post #15 of 19
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My only concern was performance degradation over time without TRIM. Sounds like RAID0 will help to minimize that. Good to know. Thanks.
Looks decent for SATA II, doesn't it? Or are you yanking my chain? tongue.gif
That is Raid 0 on Sata II and it runs about the same as a Sata III SSD.

I run 2x128GB 830's in RAID0 at home and get about 1380 on AS-SSD. His result looks pretty good for SATA II.
post #16 of 19
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Originally Posted by IgorHvar View Post

Do you listen to me people,two M4 128gb on SATA2
I would really like to see better result.
The only thing thats matter is that Quasimojo is one step closer to decisions.
lol, why not put it on the Intel SATA 6Gb/s ports?
post #17 of 19
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I run 2x128GB 830's in RAID0 at home and get about 1380 on AS-SSD. His result looks pretty good for SATA II.
Intel has better Sata controller than AMD that is why you get a higher score sir. I'm very happy with my Samsung 830 256gb and they are great SSD.
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post #18 of 19
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Well, since the approved budget allows for either a single 256GB or 2x128GB drives, and since the 2x128GB drives in RAID0 would see a better performance boost when my workstation is replaced in the somewhat near future, I'm going to go with the 2x128GB drives.

Thanks for the input, everyone.

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post #19 of 19
Man go with Plextor,Crucial have problems lately.Can i ask,how much is your budget.
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