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Getting just under Half the IOPS, speeds are fairly close to advertised amounts. Is this normal?

Edit: I turned off Hibernation/Sleep modes, and ran the test again
Result below

Edited by Noviets - 5/19/13 at 11:40pm
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Is it still fast? I don't own an SSD but if the speeds are write who cares about the IOPS?
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Is it still fast? I don't own an SSD but if the speeds are write who cares about the IOPS?

Not the point I'm trying to make...
Wondering if the IOPS are normally half of the advertised amount of if it's a setup/config issue.

I'm using the new DXM05B0Q firmware.
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Not the point I'm trying to make...
Wondering if the IOPS are normally half of the advertised amount of if it's a setup/config issue.

I'm using the new DXM05B0Q firmware.

How much information is on the SSD? In GB's.
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by what i can read it varies from one SSD to another as I looked up the SSD via retailers and the spec's page from all them mentioning "Up To" on each thing i saw so there's no definitive exact IOP count apparently. aslong as it's close to the said spec's i wouldn't be to concerned about it. redface.gif
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How much information is on the SSD? In GB's.
182 GB
56 GB Free
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182 GB
56 GB Free
You tried it on an empty ssd?
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You tried it on an empty ssd?

I hadn't thought about information lowering IOPS, I thought they were consistent throughout the drive as long as enough space is available for caching if it needs it.
just made 53 gb more space, total free space is 109 GB, 129gb used.

results below


Pretty much identical /shrug
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Hi OP, our builds are almost exactly the same and I get about the same readings with my 256gb 840 PRO. I can't really figure out whats the problem but otherwise, I dont notice any performance issue in real world applications.
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I hadn't thought about information lowering IOPS, I thought they were consistent throughout the drive as long as enough space is available for caching if it needs it.
just made 53 gb more space, total free space is 109 GB, 129gb used.

results below


Pretty much identical /shrug

It was worth a try! Sorry mate! You tried following this guide?
http://www.overclock.net/t/1156654/seans-windows-7-install-optimization-guide-for-ssds-hdds
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