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Look at this section as per Samsung installation manual.

Oh! Thank u, now i see.

So are there somebody else who updated firmware at 960 Pro? Do u have speed problems?
post #1072 of 1248

Right... in properties on device manager for 960 Pro it says Microsoft. Magician says Samsung. It's Samsung. Uninstall Samsung nvme driver is in uninstall part of control panel. And as you now added, it's under storage controllers.

   
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post #1073 of 1248
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hey guys, I got a strix z270i motherboard with two nvme slots so here is my benchmark for two 256gb 960 evo drives in RAID0

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for anyone wanting to try, I used the beta 64bit Intel RST(e) AHCI/RAID Drivers v15.5.0.1047 for my raid setup. I had to disable the FASTSTARTUP option in win10 otherwise I wasn't able to shutdown my pc anymore . I tried some benchmarks, and I can safely say that RAID0 is definitely faster than one single nvme ssd and cheaper than buying a bigger equivalent size. thumb.gif

Intel's RAID drivers are crippling your NVMe performance. Take a look at my SM951's in RAID 0 via Microsoft disk management.
post #1074 of 1248
How can I do a PSID reset of a Samsung 960 Pro? WinMagic SecureDoc seem to have broken down and is not working and Samsungs Magician seem to be anything but a magician, in fact it seems to be useless. 4.9.7 seemed to be the last version that actually did anything but I have not been able to get that to work with my Samsung 960 Pro? Not even when disabling driver signing in Windows 10. Just want to erase the damn thing back to normal and don't care about the data, thought that would be dead simple on a SED Device but guess not...
post #1075 of 1248
The PSID reset looks like you might need to dig around Samsung's site for a more advanced tool than Magician.

http://forums.crucial.com/t5/Crucial-SSDs/PSID-reset-on-M500/td-p/138909

This person had an 840 and needed to do a PSID reset and found a Samsung utility:

https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/secure-erasing-840-evo-e-drive-can-it-be-done.2366848/

This tool linked below MAY work if the above-linked website's instructions prove unsuccessful; it was clearly tested on an 850 and found to work, so it should be good to go!

https://github.com/Drive-Trust-Alliance/sedutil/wiki/PSID-Revert
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The PSID reset looks like you might need to dig around Samsung's site for a more advanced tool than Magician.

http://forums.crucial.com/t5/Crucial-SSDs/PSID-reset-on-M500/td-p/138909

This person had an 840 and needed to do a PSID reset and found a Samsung utility:

https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/secure-erasing-840-evo-e-drive-can-it-be-done.2366848/

This tool linked below MAY work if the above-linked website's instructions prove unsuccessful; it was clearly tested on an 850 and found to work, so it should be good to go!

https://github.com/Drive-Trust-Alliance/sedutil/wiki/PSID-Revert

Thanks.

Well, have been trying different tools that "might" work for the last couple of hours but I have still not been able to find one that actually do. Can't believe that this can be so hard, if I ever get rid of this SED crap I will go with software encryption or just ditch Samsung altogether. Cant really say that SecureDoc has impressed either so far..

But someone must have tried this before us? Seems crazy that there seem to be no prefered way to do it.
post #1077 of 1248
Has anyone been able to use the Samsung Magician 4.9.7 with Samsung 960 SSDs? Since 5.0 seems to be broken by design...
post #1078 of 1248
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Intel's RAID drivers are crippling your NVMe performance. Take a look at my SM951's in RAID 0 via Microsoft disk management.

How do I switch to microsoft raid ? this is my boot disk so I don't even know how I could do that? also how do you go beyond the max speed of DMI gen3's 4GB/s ?

thanks
post #1079 of 1248
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How do I switch to microsoft raid ? this is my boot disk so I don't even know how I could do that? also how do you go beyond the max speed of DMI gen3's 4GB/s ?

thanks

Unfortunately Microsoft Disk management RAID does not support boot drive configuration. The only way to take advantage of that speed is as a secondary drive.
post #1080 of 1248
lol...ok...you're not using your ssds as boot? what do you do it storage that fast lol?
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