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Ah ok. Yeah SATA III for the win.
I only have 1 SSD and it's my primary (C:) drive as well. So I'm sure it would be faster as a secondary...but O well...I want everyone on my SSD!! tongue.gif 256gb is enough for me!
I still need to OC cpu...hmm..maybe that will help my read score...

yeah it's pretty cpu heavy:)
i guess a 4.7GHz IVB could break 32MB/s 950 total score or more..
im thinking to get another to make them raid0 though, just for fun lol.. i still cant justify to upgrade my cpu for just 2 sata3 ports, therefore im waiting Haswell+Z87 for its 6 sata3 ports smile.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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Originally Posted by jamor View Post

Intel 320 120GB:
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Crucial M4 256GB:
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This is got me confused. We both have very similar upgrades. There is a custom game called DOTA in WC3 I still play from time to time.

With my Intel 320 I was loading games between 4 and 5 seconds.

With my Crucial M4 I'm loading games at the exact same rate.

I thought I'd chop off a second at least.

Maybe it is true that you can't really notice a real world difference in Sata II and Sata III?
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This is got me confused. We both have very similar upgrades. There is a custom game called DOTA in WC3 I still play from time to time.
With my Intel 320 I was loading games between 4 and 5 seconds.
With my Crucial M4 I'm loading games at the exact same rate.
I thought I'd chop off a second at least.
Maybe it is true that you can't really notice a real world difference in Sata II and Sata III?

I suppose it depends on the game in question. For example, WoW does load in 6-7 seconds now compared to ~10 seconds before, but in TF2 i found no noticable difference.


Here's a quick comparison in loading times between a 320 and 520:


Boot time: 520 is 2-3 seconds faster here. Nothing to be excited about..

Photoshop:
320 - 4 sec
520 - 2.5 sec

iTunes with ~6k songs:
320 - 2.5 sec
520 - 1.5 sec

Firefox:
320 - 1.5 sec
520 - <1 sec

In general, everything is snappier, but if someone nice replaced my 320 with 520 while I was asleep, I doubt i would notice a difference if I wasn't looking for it. Those who want to upgrade their SSD drives shouldn't base their decision on speed, but reliability, size and price (in that particular order, imho).
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The Vertex 4 makes a good jump to the top tier in the 128GB SSD charts range but lacks in other aspects, (check link below with passmark, vintage aida64 and hd tune)
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The above benchmark is from source: http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/4712/ocz_vertex_4_128gb_solid_state_drive_review_with_1_4_r6_firmware/index14.html
Notes: The firmware used was version 1.4 R6. Just two days ago they tested with v1.4 R4.
Edited by tumbirs - 5/10/12 at 4:18pm
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Originally Posted by tumbirs View Post

The Vertex 4 is now the king of SSD in the 128GB range with record breaking achievement in all aspects.
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(At the moment is Vertex 4 is recommended for those seeking that premium quality but if your concerned about their reliability then Plextor M3 Pro is a good alternative.)
Source: http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/4712/ocz_vertex_4_128gb_solid_state_drive_review_with_1_4_r6_firmware/index14.html

until you look at real world usage test like PCMark Vantage / PCMark Vantage - Drives with Data Testing / Passmark Advanced Multi-User Tests, where even San Disk extreme beat the Vertex4
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until you look at real world usage test like PCMark Vantage / PCMark Vantage - Drives with Data Testing / Passmark Advanced Multi-User Tests, where even San Disk extreme beat the Vertex4
Your right, I overlooked that and I've changed the post accordingly.
I almost made a mistake by writing as if Vertex 4 was generally better just because of the AS-SSD charts, when there was more angles to it.
Sorry and Thanks for point it out AMD_Freak.
(I almost was going to purchase two Vertex 4 until I checked the other benchmarks and
the Plextor M3 Pro is now my favourite after M4.)
Edited by tumbirs - 5/10/12 at 11:06pm
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Any help getting my 4k scores up that high? In raid 0 I should be seeing much higher scores right?
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Are you guys posting benchmarks using OS that is on benchmarked SSD?
    
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Are you guys posting benchmarks using OS that is on benchmarked SSD?

? Most people are using program called AS-SSD.
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2 samsung 830s in raid0

does anyone know the values of a single samsung 830?
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