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Running the "High Performance" power plan is a good idea to see if it makes any difference.

Might also consider disabling Link State Power Management in the Intel RST control panel.

If it were me I'd still try and do a secure erase. The very worst that will happen is that it won't let you because the disk is locked. You could always slide the SSD into a compatible eSATA enclosure (if you have one) and secure erase it in there.
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I have another PC I can put there SSD as a second device and secure erase it. Just need to backup data first (that is what brakes me from doing it biggrin.gif)

I doub't High Performance will help since my SSD is like 5x slower then usual(in bench, daily usage is really fine).


How come that normal usage is really good and pleasant ?
Edited by benko - 9/10/13 at 11:22am
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Access times of any SSD crush a traditional platter drive, so that explains the snappy, responsive feel even if file read, write and copy speeds are in the tank.

Many times you would only notice those if you were reading, writing or copying larger files, not the smaller files that make up most of what we do on our PCs on a day to day basis.
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