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i will try just one more time with sata II and intel drivers... last time, when i tried it, i got worse results than on marvel...

what do you think, is this a bad result?



just one more result in crystaldiskmark...





yes, it is AHCI in BIOS...

my mobo doesnt have a native sata III and I think that is the main thing... i would get better results with p67..
This bench look much better than the one in AS SSD for some reason.. Is it also on Marvell? I believe on Intel native SATA II controller you will get better 4K read speeds (which is arguably the most important for SSD).
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yes it is on marvell too!!

but i am using windows drivers for marvell, because, when i installed marvel drivers, i got worse results than this!

is it possible?
post #1233 of 3820
Yes it is very possible and consistent result. Marvell drivers are considered to be buggy and not worth using. There is newer version here (under Marvell MV-91xx) if you insist on using Marvell controller but I strongly recommend to avoid using it completely.
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My results are horrible I think... don't mean to double post, but I just noticed this thread and that the benchmarks belong here.

Can anyone please giveme some advice as to what is wrong with my SSD scores?

    
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The thing I noticed right off the bat is that you aren't running in AHCI mode so no TRIM support. The first thing you need to do is enable AHCI and TRIM to see if that clears things up.
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Hi guys,

I just got my OCZ AGILITY 3 for 175€ yesterday. Installed windows (when in setup my Marvell sata3 controller was set to AHCI). Here is my benchmark result...I do not understand why it jumps that high and low...could it be that I have some problems with my drive?


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Hi guys,

I just got my OCZ AGILITY 3 for 175€ yesterday. Installed windows (when in setup my Marvell sata3 controller was set to AHCI). Here is my benchmark result...I do not understand why it jumps that high and low...could it be that I have some problems with my drive?

This thread is for AS SSD Benchmark, not HDTune. My guess would probably be it's due to the benchmark not being made for SSD's.
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This thread is for AS SSD Benchmark, not HDTune. My guess would probably be it's due to the benchmark not being made for SSD's.
^ This. Plus avoid using Marvell! It gives worse random speeds, doesn't support TRIM and drivers are buggy. Use native Intel SATA II controller with latest Intel® Rapid Storage Technology.

You will get the best out of your SSD that way. Good luck.
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^ This. Plus avoid using Marvell! It gives worse random speeds, doesn't support TRIM and drivers are buggy. Use native Intel SATA II controller with latest Intel® Rapid Storage Technology.

You will get the best out of your SSD that way. Good luck.
Thanks for details, I didn't know that Marvell does not supports TRIM! But I think when I checked it through command prompt TRIM was enable Do you think if I just unplug it from Marvell's sata3 and connect it to sata2 interface it wont cause BSOD problem?

I just downloaded AS Benchmark and here is the result. Would be nice if you can give some more comments


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Thanks for details, I didn't know that Marvell does not supports TRIM! But I think when I checked it through command prompt TRIM was enable Do you think if I just unplug it from Marvell's sata3 and connect it to sata2 interface it wont cause BSOD problem?
If TRIM is enabled in Windows 7, it doesn't necessarily mean that SSD is receiving TRIM commands. It has been tested and confirmed that Marvell controller is not passing TRIM commands from Windows to SSD, so essentially it's not working.

I am not 100% sure, but I think simply switching to Intel SATA controller should work, as long as it is also in AHCI mode (as was Marvell I suppose) in BIOS.

The score doesn't look too impressive for OCZ Agility 3, especially the read speeds. So try running the benchmark on Intel controller.
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