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Poll Results: How Often do you update your firmware

 
  • 56% (29)
    Every time a new firmware is released
  • 37% (19)
    Only when there is a problem
  • 5% (3)
    Never
51 Total Votes  
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My Intel P3700 nvme 400GB:

post #372 of 378
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Originally Posted by Dagamus NM View Post

Can your gpu move up a slot? If not, I would rig up a fan to blow horizontally up against your ssd.

If you can't move your gpu up, the ssd should fit in the top most slot. Moving your gpu down to the bottom slot would double the distance between them.

I cannot. My GPU is as high as it gets and my SSD is as low as it gets. I wish I had a better solution.
post #373 of 378
I managed to drop my I750 temps considerably by putting a fan inline to blow air through the channels in the sink. Previously I had the fans at a angle and the temps were poor. Now things are good so you might want to try that. Maybe an inch from the right hand edge of your drive and as close as you can to your graphics card.
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post #374 of 378
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Originally Posted by Dagamus NM View Post

I managed to drop my I750 temps considerably by putting a fan inline to blow air through the channels in the sink. Previously I had the fans at a angle and the temps were poor. Now things are good so you might want to try that. Maybe an inch from the right hand edge of your drive and as close as you can to your graphics card.

I might swing out to Microcenter today and pickup some small fans for it.
post #375 of 378
Hi peopls, can someone confirm something for me, I have the intel 750 400gb and downloaded the nvme and irst drivers for it, is there anything else that I need to turn on to keep the read/writes and life of the intel 750 SSD? I have ahci turned on in BIOS for sata pchsata
post #376 of 378
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Hi peopls, can someone confirm something for me, I have the intel 750 400gb and downloaded the nvme and irst drivers for it, is there anything else that I need to turn on to keep the read/writes and life of the intel 750 SSD? I have ahci turned on in BIOS for sata pchsata


Download the Intel Tool Box and perform the SSD optimizer once a week:



https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/18455/Intel-Solid-State-Drive-Toolbox

Looks like you have the rest covered.
post #377 of 378
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Originally Posted by duckyboy View Post

Hi peopls, can someone confirm something for me, I have the intel 750 400gb and downloaded the nvme and irst drivers for it, is there anything else that I need to turn on to keep the read/writes and life of the intel 750 SSD? I have ahci turned on in BIOS for sata pchsata

I'd download the Intel SSD toolbox software.

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/18455/Intel-Solid-State-Drive-Toolbox
post #378 of 378
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Originally Posted by BarneyRubble View Post

I'd download the Intel SSD toolbox software.

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/18455/Intel-Solid-State-Drive-Toolbox

oh i have that too, is that all that I need to do ?

this is my intel speed benchmarks on crystal disk mark, is everything fine? it's been a month ssd.png 47k .png file
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