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Can anyone with a 960 evo run a benchmark in crystaldiskmark and post his results? My 4k speed is quite low but I don't understand why. Thank you
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post #172 of 590
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Originally Posted by weebeast View Post

Can anyone with a 960 evo run a benchmark in crystaldiskmark and post his results? My 4k speed is quite low but I don't understand why. Thank you

Will a NVME work?
post #173 of 590
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Originally Posted by Mikkinen View Post

Sorry, this problem is only for g.skill or other ram for 3200mhz and 1700?
I have a 2x8gb Corsair LPX 3200C16 and that working in xmp with my 1700 without ram error (test with memtest64)

I don't believe it's a gskill nor ryzen 1700 specific issue.
It likely has to do with the fact that the 1700x and 1800x are higher quality bins of the same die, which includes the memory controller.

I'd be very happy if my ram worked like yours!
post #174 of 590
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Can anyone with a 960 evo run a benchmark in crystaldiskmark and post his results? My 4k speed is quite low but I don't understand why. Thank you

Here's my 960 EVO speeds, also added a benchmark with a 1TB Intel 600P in my other NVME slot. Still having detection issues with my Mushkin Reactor SSD on sata port. It detects every single time after a full power on - shutdown - power on again. But when booting for first time (cold boot) it won't detect.


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CPU-Z voltage is way off too.
They sum up cpu and socket side voltages. It happened that I had a power surge right before i've updated CPU-Z... I was like holy crap but then I openned HWinfo64 and all was fine. thumb.gif
Some people are likely to freak out
post #176 of 590
Hi

Just put together my first PC build and apart from a dodgy Power switch cable (using the reset button for now) it POSTed and I could get into BIOS

Then had a look around the BIOS and noted my Crucial MX300 M.2 SATA SSD was not recognised at all. The Samsung 960EVO was recognised.

I have the Samsung in M2_1 and the Crucial in slot M2_2.

Upon re-reading the manual, am I right to assume that M2_1 is the only M.2 slot that accepts SATA drives (as well as PCIe Gen3x4)? It seems the M2_2 slot only accepts PCIe Gen2x4 drives and doesn't recognise SATA M.2 drives.

If this is right, then to get both drives to work I would need to swap them over and lose the extra speed PCIe speed of the M2_1 slot. Would the PC still boot from the M2_2 slot?

Also, any suggestions on the power switch issue?
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Will a NVME work?

Yes i mean the NVME drive
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Originally Posted by Czarcastic View Post

Here's my 960 EVO speeds, also added a benchmark with a 1TB Intel 600P in my other NVME slot. Still having detection issues with my Mushkin Reactor SSD on sata port. It detects every single time after a full power on - shutdown - power on again. But when booting for first time (cold boot) it won't detect.



Thank you! I also got a Intel 600P in the second NVME slot. I am getting the same kind of results.

If we compare our results with that from Maxmix65 (OCN 960/evo topic), our 4k read and write are quite low.

He has a gigabyte ax370 gaming 5 board and is running the test on W7.

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Originally Posted by astagea View Post

Hi

Just put together my first PC build and apart from a dodgy Power switch cable (using the reset button for now) it POSTed and I could get into BIOS

Then had a look around the BIOS and noted my Crucial MX300 M.2 SATA SSD was not recognised at all. The Samsung 960EVO was recognised.

I have the Samsung in M2_1 and the Crucial in slot M2_2.

Upon re-reading the manual, am I right to assume that M2_1 is the only M.2 slot that accepts SATA drives (as well as PCIe Gen3x4)? It seems the M2_2 slot only accepts PCIe Gen2x4 drives and doesn't recognise SATA M.2 drives.

If this is right, then to get both drives to work I would need to swap them over and lose the extra speed PCIe speed of the M2_1 slot. Would the PC still boot from the M2_2 slot?

Also, any suggestions on the power switch issue?

Yes that's correct the second part doesn't support SATA drives. You can swap the drives and then use m2_2 as boot option by setting it in bios
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post #178 of 590
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Originally Posted by weebeast View Post

Yes i mean the NVME drive
Thank you! I also got a Intel 600P in the second NVME slot. I am getting the same kind of results.

If we compare our results with that from Maxmix65 (OCN 960/evo topic), our 4k read and write are quite low.

He has a gigabyte ax370 gaming 5 board and is running the test on W7.

Yes, I tried different Samsung and default Windows drivers but keep getting similar low 4k scores. I wonder why.
post #179 of 590
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Can anyone with a 960 evo run a benchmark in crystaldiskmark and post his results? My 4k speed is quite low but I don't understand why. Thank you
Samsung 960 250G Ultra M.2 slot
post #180 of 590
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Originally Posted by astagea View Post

Hi

Just put together my first PC build and apart from a dodgy Power switch cable (using the reset button for now) it POSTed and I could get into BIOS

Then had a look around the BIOS and noted my Crucial MX300 M.2 SATA SSD was not recognised at all. The Samsung 960EVO was recognised.

I have the Samsung in M2_1 and the Crucial in slot M2_2.

Upon re-reading the manual, am I right to assume that M2_1 is the only M.2 slot that accepts SATA drives (as well as PCIe Gen3x4)? It seems the M2_2 slot only accepts PCIe Gen2x4 drives and doesn't recognise SATA M.2 drives.

If this is right, then to get both drives to work I would need to swap them over and lose the extra speed PCIe speed of the M2_1 slot. Would the PC still boot from the M2_2 slot?

Also, any suggestions on the power switch issue?

That is correct. I also had the same issue when I first bought the Crucial MX300 M.2 but since I wanted the 960 EVO in the M2_1 slot I returned the Crucial and got an Intel 600P to put in the M2_2 slot. Unfortunately I'm having detection issues with Mushkin Reactor (Silicon Motion controller) in AMD & ASMedia Sata ports. All other SSD's that don't use that particular controller detect fine.
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