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SM 961 nvme 1TB M.2
Stock windows 10 nvme driver, connected to pci-e x4 3.0 adapter.



CDM 4 threads






Max 4k random Read 4k iops

Max 4k random Write 4k iops







Raid-0 benchmarks next wink.gif





Edited by Nizzen - 6/28/16 at 9:39am
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Thanks Nizzen for this feedback thumb.gif

lack "IOPS" in Read
Crystal Disk Mark with 4KQ32 t4, possible ?
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Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingCooling
Samsung 960 Pro Samsung 960 EVO Alphacool VPP755 x2 Mod Pump Bitspower 
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Mod Pump Ek Waterblock Koolance 390i Waterblock Koolance GTX 1080 MORA 3 9x120 
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Thanks Nizzen for this feedback thumb.gif

lack "IOPS" in Read
Crystal Disk Mark with 4KQ32 t4, possible ?

done
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But how does it "feel" biggrin.gif Need to empty all my data from my Windows install so I can get ready for a fresh install when the drive gets here! Also need to update my BIOS .
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Has anybody tried SM961 1TB as Windows 10 boot drive? What is the booting process speed up comparing to a standard SSD?
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nvme bootup is slower than regular ssd, that's a given... tongue.gif
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Got one on a Windows 10 (latest Insider build) running stock NVME driver (can't install Samsung's from 950 PRO) connected to Asus X99 DELUXE motherboard (with i7-5930K) M.2 port.
Seriously struggling at benching for Write performance, it's been like that for a few minutes already.
Am I missing something obvious ?
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Originally Posted by daneel3001 View Post



Got one on a Windows 10 (latest Insider build) running stock NVME driver (can't install Samsung's from 950 PRO) connected to Asus X99 DELUXE motherboard (with i7-5930K) M.2 port.
Seriously struggling at benching for Write performance, it's been like that for a few minutes already.
Am I missing something obvious ?

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Nice! Good to see you again, Nizzen smile.gif
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Still slow ish.


My setup is :
Asus X99 Deluxe
i7 5930
32GB
1080GTX (PCIE x16, slot 3)

No overclocking whatsoever.

The drive is connected to the M.2 slot from the motherboard.

Is there any recommended BIOS modifications to be done to get the most out of NVME drives ?
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