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Well I see I did not add the screenshot correctly from my last post. How is this done?
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after a little testing and tweaking
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^ Impressive numbers. Any special tweaks besides Sean's guide?

Plextor M3 Pro..is one of my favorites...but cost about $85 more than my Corsair Performance Pro at the time...they are quite similar..almost identical...but Plextor M3 Pro pulls the win by a hair. Besides those 2 SSDs...I like Vertex 4...but need more time/test to solidify it's place as a top dog. OCZ scares me..lol

CORRECT ME - If I am wrong, but don't you LOSE TRIM in RAID??
Edited by malikq86 - 5/9/12 at 11:18am
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Sorry Guy's and Gal's for trashing this thread up. I am merely trying to post my benchmarks but cant find the little button or whatever that I read in a search that told how to post your sreenshots on OC.net. There is according to that post anyway a link or dropdown menu in-under the submit attacthment or something but all I see is submit attachment. Each time I submit it just is a link to the screenshot and not the actuall screenshot. I am trying this one more time and will no more so as not to clog up this thread with my junk. If it is successfull then great if not I will quit.501
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Looks like you got it figured out now bud. thumb.gif
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Last week I have upgraded from an Intel 320 120GB to Intel 520 480GB, mostly because I was running out of space on my old drive. I can say I'm really satisfied with it's performance. So far I've noticed that utilities and games load 30-50% faster, without any exagerration! smile.gif . More impressive on the paper though since the stuff was already being loaded fast to begin with.

And don't let the low 4K write numbers fool you; 520 is one fast mofo. thumb.gif


Intel 320 120GB:
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Intel 520 480GB:
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2x Intel 520's in RAID 0.

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Intel 320 120GB:

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Crucial M4 256GB:

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4K looking rough

I've noticed. What do you think the problem could be? I'm running the newest intel rapid storage, and newest firmware for the drives.
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^ Impressive numbers. Any special tweaks besides Sean's guide?
Plextor M3 Pro..is one of my favorites...but cost about $85 more than my Corsair Performance Pro at the time...they are quite similar..almost identical...but Plextor M3 Pro pulls the win by a hair. Besides those 2 SSDs...I like Vertex 4...but need more time/test to solidify it's place as a top dog. OCZ scares me..lol
CORRECT ME - If I am wrong, but don't you LOSE TRIM in RAID??

Ive learned my lesson not to buy OCZ they had 3 chances and blew them all Ill gladly pay more for a SSD that works when I buy it rather then wait 3-6 months to get a small improvement while 1 score climbs and the other drops.and not have to Deal with the hoops you have to jump threw to get a post on OCZ forums.

I used Seans guide but also working on a couple other changes Still to early to tell, TBH I can care less about TRIM its not what everyone makes it out to be if you care for your drive, TRIM is basically glorified Garbage collection. and TRIM, it has the associated drawbacks of increased write amplification and wear of the flash cells.
Corsair Pro are nice also almost bought a couple when they was onsale
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Couldn't agree more bud. Trim is vastly over rated imho. Any current ssd with GC can keep up performance on a R0 array.

Now I am pretty sure that the SF crowd would like to see trim in raid.
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