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anyone got any thoughts on what might be wrong with my AS SSD score as shown before? 250 score with a Corsair Force 3 60GB.. i know it should score about twice that.. But i cannot find out what is wrong..
post #2102 of 3820
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anyone got any thoughts on what might be wrong with my AS SSD score as shown before? 250 score with a Corsair Force 3 60GB.. i know it should score about twice that.. But i cannot find out what is wrong..

Nothing is wrong that is what the 60GB force 3 gets.
post #2103 of 3820
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Nothing is wrong that is what the 60GB force 3 gets.

Really? Because i've seen several screens of scores close to 450 with the 60GB force3..

I mean, i had better scores with my old force 2, 60GB.. So are you sure? I've even seen many had over 400 with the force 2 60GB.. So my sense tells me that it should at least outperform it, even by just a small margin?


Thanks!
Edited by MQuick - 4/30/12 at 12:43pm
post #2104 of 3820
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Nothing is wrong that is what the 60GB force 3 gets.

Really? Because i've seen several screens of scores close to 450 with the 60GB force3..

I mean, i had better scores with my old force 2, 60GB.. So are you sure? I've even seen many had over 400 with the force 2 60GB.. So my sense tells me that it should at least outperform it, even by just a small margin?

Thanks!

If you can link me to anyone's bench of the Force 3 60GB that is marginally higher let me know. All the ones I have seen are about there for the 60GB models of the Force 3, Agiliy 3, Pyro, chronos, etc. (All are basically the same drive).

The Force 3 is better with fully uncompressed data though, run ATTO and you will see your full 500MB/s + speeds.

The Force 3 uses asynchronous NAND which is slow with compressed data.

This is the best I've seen in a review:

450

The drive is not the OS drive and has no data on it. All power saving features of the mobo should be disabled when benching.
post #2105 of 3820
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If you can link me to anyone's bench of the Force 3 60GB that is marginally higher let me know. All the ones I have seen are about there for the 60GB models of the Force 3, Agiliy 3, Pyro, chronos, etc. (All are basically the same drive).
The Force 3 is better with fully uncompressed data though, run ATTO and you will see your full 500MB/s + speeds.
The Force 3 uses asynchronous NAND which is slow with compressed data.
This is the best I've seen in a review:
450
The drive is not the OS drive and has no data on it. All power saving features of the mobo should be disabled when benching.

This is from a member on a hardware forum in Sweden where i've been a member for the past 11years..
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Which is pretty much the same as the one you posted, what i notice is that the 4K-64Thrd is almost twice the speed at reading.. So that's alot of performance being gone smile.gif

I see now that the other scores i saw that where higher where from the 120GB...


Yeah, i know that, but thanks for explaining smile.gif And i do get full speed in ATTO, only AS SSD that lacks what it should be from what i've seen, which annoys the hell out of me hehe.. I always want my things to perform at its top or close to it at least. Never had a problem getting my stuff to equal other systems for my whole digitallife, except now.. smile.gif

Maybe it's firmware related though i see one thing that they both share... firmware 1.2... mine is 1.3


Thanks!
post #2106 of 3820
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All power saving features of the mobo should be disabled when benching.

So after benching it is OK to enable the power saving features again?
post #2107 of 3820
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All power saving features of the mobo should be disabled when benching.

So after benching it is OK to enable the power saving features again?

No your PC will explode rolleyes.gif
post #2108 of 3820
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No your PC will explode rolleyes.gif

ROFL!
     
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 3570k Asus Maximus Gene V Asus GTX970 Strix 16GB Samsung 1867 MV-3V4G3D 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Samsung 830 256GB Corsair H60 Windows 7 X64 Dell U2412M 1920x1200 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Ducky Mini LE YOTH Seasonic 660XP2 Silverstone TJ08-EW Mionix Naos 8200 
CPUGraphicsRAMHard Drive
i7 3615QM GT 650M 2GB 12GB Elpida DDR3 Plextor M5 Pro 256GB 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
Plextor M3 256GB Windows 7 Professional x64 17.3" 1920x1080 KBC Poker w/ MX Clears, 62g Springs, & SS Plate 
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post #2109 of 3820
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No your PC will explode rolleyes.gif

Scary...

So after benching it is BETTER to enable the power saving features again?
post #2110 of 3820
Yea, you only disable them because they can hold back your scores in synthetic tests.

Once you are done set up the PC how you like.
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