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post #1 of 9
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Hi,
I have Motherboard Biostar I55 (SATA 3.0GB) and I use it with Samsung 830 but I think there is performance problem ?



This is the windows AHCI driver and tried to install Intel AHCI from here
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng&keyword=AHCI

But which one ?

(All other optimization are set like disable hibernation, prefetch, superfetch, etc...)

Thanks
Edited by Welliam - 10/26/13 at 9:44am
post #2 of 9
performance is what it should be. Nothing is wrong.
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performance is what it should be. Nothing is wrong.

Really, I am asking because I saw in the internet same drive can get 500+ in reading but it seems because of SATA 6.0 I suppose ?

I want to install Intel driver do you know which one I should install ?
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Really, I am asking because I saw in the internet same drive can get 500+ in reading but it seems because of SATA 6.0 I suppose ?

I want to install Intel driver do you know which one I should install ?

SATA 3Gbit/s essentially bottlenecks your bandwidth, so yeah, you should connect it to a SATA 6Gbit/s port to achieve advertised speeds.
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SATA 3Gbit/s essentially bottlenecks your bandwidth, so yeah, you should connect it to a SATA 6Gbit/s port to achieve advertised speeds.

Thanks. which intel driver I should install for my board ?
post #6 of 9
What are you using for your OS, Windows, and if so what version? The Intel driver download page you posted the link to lets you select your OS and will then list the correct drivers.

Your Biostar board has an Intel P55 chipset, which is only SATA II, so it will not have performance beyond what you get now.
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What are you using for your OS, Windows, and if so what version? The Intel driver download page you posted the link to lets you select your OS and will then list the correct drivers.

Your Biostar board has an Intel P55 chipset, which is only SATA II, so it will not have performance beyond what you get now.

I just want better driver. I use Win 7 64bit and Intel download driver page is not very clear to me this is why I asked.
post #8 of 9
intell intel inf driver and intel matrix storage driver and you'll get intel's ahci driver.
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Thanks hojnikb
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