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Originally Posted by simonak;15236592 
Beacuse ATTO meausure unrealistic crazy compresed files.

Opinions vary as to if AS SSD's non-compressible random data method, or ATTO's all-zeros method are crazy

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personally I think there should be an in-between since most data is at least partially compressible...

AS SSD has added a new compressible data benchmark but I'm undecided on if it's completely useless or not.
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Is this normal?

OCZ Onyx 32GB ICH10R AHCI

looks normal for Indilinx Amigos (4 channel) controller... with Indilinx Barefoot (8 channel) you see around double those write numbers
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Beacuse ATTO meausure unrealistic crazy compresed files.
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Opinions vary as to if AS SSD's non-compressible random data method, or ATTO's all-zeros method are crazy



personally I think there should be an in-between since most data is at least partially compressible...

AS SSD has added a new compressible data benchmark but I'm undecided on if it's completely useless or not.
So how then can we compare an M4 vs. a Corsair Force GT if they usually get high scores in different softwares? Or do they? Does the M4 get low scores in ATTO?
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002;15241526 
So how then can we compare an M4 vs. a Corsair Force GT if they usually get high scores in different softwares? Or do they? Does the M4 get low scores in ATTO?

what!

the data compression of sandforce means you get fast results on compressible data.

non-compressing controllers (aka non-sandforce ones) don't change depending on the data.
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what!

the data compression of sandforce means you get fast results on compressible data.

non-compressing controllers (aka non-sandforce ones) don't change depending on the data.
Ah ok. But I don't understand why I get almost half the score on my Force GT on AS SSD compared to the AS SSD results of people with the M4. Does that mean that M4 is way faster than the Force GT with incompressible data?

Also, I don't understand how to get the final score for the AS SSD software. Here's a snapshot of a random guy's SSD test using AS SSD:



and here's my own test:



Why does the first image have a higher score than the second image (mine) when my speeds are faster?
Edited by kevindd992002 - 10/9/11 at 8:10pm
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Why does the first image have a higher score than the second image (mine) when my speeds are faster?
This guy has better 4k scores and these are what matters with SSDs:

Random (4k) speeds > Sequential speeds



By the way, GMan, I was thinking it would be a good idea to tell everyone on the front page about drivers for both Intel and AMD boards since they always yield better performance:

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Opinions vary as to if AS SSD's non-compressible random data method, or ATTO's all-zeros method are crazy



personally I think there should be an in-between since most data is at least partially compressible...

AS SSD has added a new compressible data benchmark but I'm undecided on if it's completely useless or not.
Well if you think that ATTO telling me my C300 in raid0 doing 500mb/s 4k reads is normal and real performance then sure use ATTO and feel better.
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This guy has better 4k scores and these are what matters with SSDs:

Random (4k) speeds > Sequential speeds



By the way, GMan, I was thinking it would be a good idea to tell everyone on the front page about drivers for both Intel and AMD boards since they always yield better performance:

Ok. So is it possible that there's something wrong with my SSD? Because AFAIK, the Force GT (mine) performs better than the Vertex2 (that guy's SSD), right? Or is it that his Vertex2 has a higher capacity which translates to faster 4K random writes?
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Ok. So is it possible that there's something wrong with my SSD? Because AFAIK, the Force GT (mine) performs better than the Vertex2 (that guy's SSD), right? Or is it that his Vertex2 has a higher capacity which translates to faster 4K random writes?
Your drive is faster in terms of sequential reads. That was their (Corsair's) main marketing point and you swallowed it. They don't advertise random speeds on purpose because I guess they realise they will lose here to other (even cheaper) drives.

Higher capacity only translates in better write speeds, read stays the same.

Your drive is just fine. Keep it, use it, enjoy the speed because you won't see a big difference between SSD drives in real world usage.
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