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post #51 of 512
Hi
I have recently re-assembled my PC and I strangely now get less speed, topping at 1.8 GB/SEC on READ with ATTO which sounds like the M2 port is not running at full speed.
Is there any way apart through benchmarking to know the number of PCIE lanes a M2 drive is connected to ?
For info, the only devices I have connected to the motherboard are a GTX 1080 (PCIE X16_3) and (now after rebuild) a soundcard against (PCIE X4_1). The soundcard PCIE port isn't support to eat on the M.2 port though.
Thanks
post #52 of 512
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Originally Posted by fjk61011 View Post

When I had two Hdd in Storage Spaces boot time was about 30 seconds. I deleted the stores space and used independent disks. Boot time about three seconds

Stupid question but what do you mean you deleted the store spaces and used independent disks? Did you take out your store disks from your computer?
post #53 of 512
I had two disks in a Windows Storage Spaces Pool. 30 seconds boot. Deleted Pool.Three seconds boot.
post #54 of 512
I installed two new HDDs and set up Storage Spaces with them. Boot from POST, 3 seconds.
post #55 of 512
So you recreated a new storage pool with new disks and boot is much faster?
Strange. I notice that during boot there doesn't seem to any hdd activity for 10 seconds then resume wtb boot
post #56 of 512
Left original two as separate hdd.full of data now.New two as Storage Spaces. I'm running win 10 BUILD 14390. Might be that.
post #57 of 512
Anyone has the 950 Pro/SM951 or SM941 and can comment on the heat generated by the SM961s? The 950 Pro/SM951 gets extremely hoooooot. In 90 degrees heat, these become dangerously hot.

I wonder how much better the SM961 are with its thermals?
post #58 of 512
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Originally Posted by opacity00 View Post

Anyone has the 950 Pro/SM951 or SM941 and can comment on the heat generated by the SM961s? The 950 Pro/SM951 gets extremely hoooooot. In 90 degrees heat, these become dangerously hot.

I wonder how much better the SM961 are with its thermals?

I have one Sm951nvme 512GB and 2x sm961nvme 1TB. I have no issues with heat. I just have airflow in the case thumb.gif If you have heatproblems, just add a fan that is blowing towards the m.2 ssd smile.gif
post #59 of 512
same temp for 951 and 961 ?
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Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingCooling
Samsung 960 Pro Samsung 960 EVO Alphacool VPP755 x2 Mod Pump Bitspower 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
Mod Pump Ek Waterblock Koolance 390i Ek Wterblock PCH + MOS Waterblock Koolance GTX 1080 
CoolingOSMonitorKeyboard
MORA 3 9x120 Windows 10 Pro x64 Dell U2417H Logitech Illuminated K740  
PowerCaseMouseAudio
Seasonic Prime Titanium 750W Lian Li A77FA Logitech MX Revolution Asus Xonar Phoebus 
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post #60 of 512
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Originally Posted by Nizzen View Post

I have one Sm951nvme 512GB and 2x sm961nvme 1TB. I have no issues with heat. I just have airflow in the case thumb.gif If you have heat problems, just add a fan that is blowing towards the m.2 ssd smile.gif

@Nizzen, true, but wondering if Samsung's latest generates less heat in general. We have them in an Intel NUC which doesn't allow for good air flow due to the small compact size.
Edited by opacity00 - 7/18/16 at 2:30pm
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