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post #11 of 14
Speeds look correct, smile.gif.

Depending on the results you've seen with the EVO, Samsung magician has a RAM caching features for the EVOs. When enabled speeds in benches will be higher. Basically the benchmark benches the allocated space in the RAM rather than the SSD. In real life usage, the difference b/w it enabled and disabled is minimal, or in some cases it gives worse performance.

Oh and since you have windows 8, enable fast start up: http://www.eightforums.com/tutorials/6320-fast-startup-turn-off-windows-8-a.html
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Kenlaughter, i'm now scared about to mess
Kenlaughter Lautner tongue.gif

Well as Sean said, nothing to be scared of. Only defragmenting your SSD again and again and again everyday will effect it, if it was defrangmented 3-4 times then let it go, your ssd is still good and kicking.
IDK about SSD speeds but Sean says those are fine, so there is nothing wrong with your ssd now. Take his advice and put it in sata3 port and keep the ssd. (Sorry, you posted reply while I was typing mine)
If you want another HDD and have no budget then hopefully next year they fall in prices and you could go for a 3TB HDD or a bigger SSD.
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Kenlaughter Lautner tongue.gif

Well as Sean said, nothing to be scared of. Only defragmenting your SSD again and again and again everyday will effect it, if it was defrangmented 3-4 times then let it go, your ssd is still good and kicking.
IDK about SSD speeds but Sean says those are fine, so there is nothing wrong with your ssd now. Take his advice and put it in sata3 port and keep the ssd. (Sorry, you posted reply while I was typing mine)
If you want another HDD and have no budget then hopefully next year they fall in prices and you could go for a 3TB HDD or a bigger SSD.

Cool sorry for missspelling the name. I will get an HDD of 1TB Blue WD very soon, only for the Documents, Pics, videos, and those stuffs. Main SSD will remain for Steam Games and Programs mostly.
post #14 of 14
Don't worry about degradation. After a lot of writes, yes, SSDs will die. That's just the nature of flash memory. However, most of the current MLC drives are rated for 3000 P/E cycles, or entire drive writes. You've got 3PB of writes available. That's 100GB a day for the next 80 years, and it will likely last even longer. You will not wear it out anytime soon, I assure you.
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