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Hrmm, still cant get the program to run in full english... added the .exe to the folder with the english .dll and didn't work.

Try this:

AS SSD Benchmark (Version 1.6.4237.30508) (English) 257k .zip file

If you move anything in the data folder, it will not work in English anymore. thumb.gif
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Downsides to a 512GB M4.
4K reads are slower for some reason?

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Downsides to a 512GB M4.
4K reads are slower for some reason?


Different NAND page size (and I think slightly different NAND itself and/or slightly different firmware.)
post #2374 of 3820
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Downsides to a 512GB M4.
4K reads are slower for some reason?

What's more interesting about the 512GB drive (to me) is that your write access (same with read) time with 000F is very low.. lower than any other drive size with that firmware. Secondly your 4k-64thrds reads are very poor, we (256GB / 512GB owners) did not get the same improvement as the smaller drives but it should still be 180MB/s+.
Edited by error-id10t - 8/5/12 at 11:37pm
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What's more interesting about the 512GB drive (to me) is that your write access (same with read) time with 000F is very low.. lower than any other drive size with that firmware. Secondly your 4k-64thrds reads are very poor, we (256GB / 512GB owners) did not get the same improvement as the smaller drives but it should still be 180MB/s+.

I agree the access times are very excellent.biggrin.gif

As far as the 4k-64thrds, I thought they were disappointingly low too. I noticed most of the 256 GB drives are indeed slower than the 128 GB drives when it comes to the 4K-64thrds. I haven't really been able to find many AS SSD benches for other 512 GB's to compare mine to. I am still looking though. Most of the ones I've seen are 128's or 256's.

On another note... I think obviously the 512 GB models are less common because A - they are expensive and B- people like buying multiple smaller drives to put in RAID to see more performance. However, personally I don't want RAID anymore (been there done that). I don't like RAID for several reasons: no trim support, no SMART data, and more drives that could possibly fail. Correct me if I'm wrong on any of these things. Personally I think a single SSD is plenty fast for an everyday use and gaming rig. I recently bought my 512 GB M4 for $350. It was a great deal and very satisfying. I just want to make sure it's performing as well as it should. thumb.gif
Edited by PresNotSure - 8/6/12 at 10:24pm
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hello is these a normal score? smile.gif
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I agree the access times are very excellent.biggrin.gif
As far as the 4k-64thrds, I thought they were disappointingly low too. I noticed most of the 256 GB drives are indeed slower than the 128 GB drives when it comes to the 4K-64thrds. I haven't really been able to find many AS SSD benches for other 512 GB's to compare mine to. I am still looking though. Most of the ones I've seen are 128's or 256's.
On another note... I think obviously the 512 GB models are less common because A - they are expensive and B- people like buying multiple smaller drives to put in RAID to see more performance. However, personally I don't want RAID anymore (been there done that). I don't like RAID for several reasons: no trim support, no SMART data, and more drives that could possibly fail. Correct me if I'm wrong on any of these things. Personally I think a single SSD is plenty fast for an everyday use and gaming rig. I recently bought my 512 GB M4 for $350. It was a great deal and very satisfying. I just want to make sure it's performing as well as it should. thumb.gif

If I was starting today, I'd grab a 512GB too (and then RAID that! lol). You can see SMART data and sooner or later we'll get TRIM (here's hoping). About the lack of 512GB benches, agree, there are very few I've found as I've been interested in them myself ever since Crucial gave the 64/128 drives a boost and ignored my 256GB model (people could argue successfully that anything beyond >QD4 is useless but that's really not the point).

If you find some please post..
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If I was starting today, I'd grab a 512GB too (and then RAID that! lol). You can see SMART data and sooner or later we'll get TRIM (here's hoping). About the lack of 512GB benches, agree, there are very few I've found as I've been interested in them myself ever since Crucial gave the 64/128 drives a boost and ignored my 256GB model (people could argue successfully that anything beyond >QD4 is useless but that's really not the point).
If you find some please post..

That is interesting to know. I was unaware that most system reads and writes are between QD1 and QD4. So the regular 4K reads are generally most important. That makes me feel a little better.

Sure I will post those benches if I find any.

After looking around some more, I found a hand full of M4 512 GB AS SSD benchmarks. What's interesting to me is that I indeed have the lowest 4K-64thrd reads, however, my regular 4K reads are the highest. Also, my sequential read is the highest in the lot. Overall it looks like I am doing alright. smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
Edited by PresNotSure - 8/7/12 at 11:25pm
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A couple questions for the experts...

So it looks like the Vertex 4 is killing the AS-SSD benchmark these days. Am I wrong in assuming that OCZ has always had a talent for tuning their drives to work well in that benchmark ? Can anyone say these are faster than an M4 or an 830 in day-to-day use ?

I'm thinking of putting a couple of these in RAID0 as by boot drive, but obviously I have reservations. First off, it seems on X79 that the RST-E drivers are the only ones available. Would a custom BIOS with an updated Intel RAID ROM make the RST drivers work ? (I'm obviously assuming that the RST drivers are preferred and give better performance than the RST-E drivers, correct me if I'm wrong).
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