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Poll Results: How Often do you update your firmware

 
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    Only when there is a problem
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lol, it happens. You added a new component and the once stable OC went unstable due to it. more parts = more stress. You need to redo your OC now.

I had a 24hr stable OC for a long time till it started BSODing on me. I finally didn't feel like redoing the OC so I run stock now.

OK thanks.so do the 330 series have any other problems or are they stable?.because I want my pictures to be safe until I transfer them to a pc.
post #292 of 408
Intel ssd 330 series 120 gb. Very stable and good speed ssd. screenshot.1.jpg 266k .jpg file
Edited by sorance2000 - 3/24/13 at 4:06am
post #293 of 408
Ok thanks,it seems stable now.I decreased the clock speed to 4.4GHz,I hope it is enough.
Something else: I formated the ssd to exfat,isn't that better for flash storage devices (less writes than ntfs I believe)?
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Ok thanks,it seems stable now.I decreased the clock speed to 4.4GHz,I hope it is enough.
Something else: I formated the ssd to exfat,isn't that better for flash storage devices (less writes than ntfs I believe)?

Would TRIM even work on exFAT? exFAT was designed for microSD cards, flash drives, etc. Removable devices with simple controllers. I think you might be better off sticking to NTFS for SSDs.
Edited by rui-no-onna - 3/24/13 at 12:50pm
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Would TRIM even work on exFAT? exFAT was designed for microSD cards, flash drives, etc. Removable devices with simple controllers. I think you might be better off sticking to NTFS for SSDs.

SSD will be installed on a usb 3.0 enclosure (when true sata 3 enclosures come out) so it will be somewhat "portable".I hope that the ssd won't degrade too quickly (gc should work)...
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SSD will be installed on a usb 3.0 enclosure (when true sata 3 enclosures come out) so it will be somewhat "portable".I hope that the ssd won't degrade too quickly (gc should work)...

In that case, exFAT's hotplug capability should be useful. I usually overprovision my SSDs particularly ones that will be working in non-TRIM environments.

The problem with USB is the protocol, not really the enclosures. Normal USB protocol just has way too much overhead. UASP should make for a significant improvement. USB3 even with a SATA2 controller is way faster compared to USB2 (around 200+MB/s sequential compared to just 40MB/s on SATA2) and the enclosures cost around the same anyhow. I wouldn't let the lack of SATA3 prevent you from getting a USB3 enclosure.
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In that case, exFAT's hotplug capability should be useful. I usually overprovision my SSDs particularly ones that will be working in non-TRIM environments.

The problem with USB is the protocol, not really the enclosures. Normal USB protocol just has way too much overhead. UASP should make for a significant improvement. USB3 even with a SATA2 controller is way faster compared to USB2 (around 200+MB/s sequential compared to just 40MB/s on SATA2) and the enclosures cost around the same anyhow. I wouldn't let the lack of SATA3 prevent you from getting a USB3 enclosure.


Ok then,I will buy a usb 3.0 enclosure and a usb 3.0 extension cord for the asmedia ports (If I remember well theese support uasp while the intel ones don't)


PS:One reason that I chose exfat vs ntfs is that my galaxy note 2 has less trouble reading exfat formatted drives than ntfs
post #298 of 408
Hello, this is my first post here, also since two days ago, I own a new SSD , the intel 330 seriess 120gb one.
Here is a CrystalDisk score. (using this on a sata 2 mb)



also my CrystalInfo

post #299 of 408
A small benchmark that I ran. Intel 330 series 120GB,my vertex 4 128GB scored almost double the score,but still the intel ssd is quite good


Drive is 45% full,I will test it again if gb makes a difference
post #300 of 408
All SSDs with SandForce controllers do not score well on AS SSD, including the Intel 330. AS SSD uses all non-compressible data for its tests, and SandForce controllers do not work as well with that kind of data. Real world data is not all non-compressible, most of it is compressible, 60% - 70%. AS SSD does not show the real world performance of SSDs using SandForce controllers.

I own and use both Intel 520 SSDs, and Vertex 4's, and I prefer the 520's, which in other benchmarks score better than the Vertex 4.
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