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Originally Posted by EaglePC View Post

my system specs below on this new Samsung 830 128GB SSD.
Interesting, 4k numbers and max read times are different. My original boot drive was the Crucial where I then purchased the Samsung after the Crucial was giving me problems. I subsequently 'imaged' the Crucial drive over to the Samsung so it was not a clean install and yet performance seemed to be pretty close to the advertised max read performance of 520mb/s. Wish I would've done a secure wipe and a clean install on the Samsung instead of imaging the Crucial drive. Oh well it's not much of a performance loss in my opinion.
Edited by Mister Penguin - 8/21/12 at 4:50pm
     
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Interesting and educational.
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Toshiba 512GB SSD THNS512GG8BBAA sata2 in RAID-0 on X79 Intel ports:

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Here is mine. Does that seem right for a Samsung 830? I'm thinking about selling my 830 for either the OCZ V4 or the new Corsair Neutron GTX


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I'm thinking about selling my 830 for either the OCZ V4 or the new Corsair Neutron GTX

And why would you do that ? thinking.gif

You won't notice any difference unless some higher numbers in benchies.
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Damn I have 2 different SSD

Next setup with be a SSD raid for sure

Sick Numbers guys
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Techspot.com : Crucial v4 256GB vs. OCZ Agility 4 256GB SSD Shootout

http://www.techspot.com/review/566-crucial-v4-vs-ocz-agility-4-ssd/


...And The Winner Is... (Surprise)

Typically, when we run these "versus" type articles it's difficult to pick a clear winner because the competition is so stiff. This, however, was not a closely contested battle. Blows were not traded back and forth. Instead, Crucial's v4 assumed the fetal position and was repeatedly pummeled by OCZ's Agility 4 in our tests.

On average, the Agility 4 was 60% faster than the v4 in our file transfer operations. This was backed by PCMark 7's benchmarks, which also revealed a 60% gap favoring OCZ's unit. Crucial's v4 had its best showing in our real-world application testing, but even then it lingered behind the Agility 4 by a disconcerting 30%.

...With the v4 being unworthy of consideration, the real question becomes: should you buy an Agility 4 or a Vertex 4?

Remember we said competition is usually stiff?... As of writing, the 256GB Agility 4 is only $10 cheaper than the 256GB Vertex 4, yet the latter is 17% faster in our real-world app tests and 48% faster when measuring file transfers. In other words, the Agility 4 doesn't deliver the same value as the Vertex 4, and we don't see how $10 of total savings would make a difference there.

Our advice is to spend a little extra on the Vertex 4 or even the Crucial m4 (not the v4) for the extra performance, unless you come across a deal where the Agility 4 is significantly cheaper than such flagships.
Edited by Alex5723 - 8/28/12 at 1:45am
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Crucial should never have spent any time developing V4, it's 2 generation too old already. No review should be compared against it except maybe Vertex2 etc (SATA2 drivers).
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crucial m4 64gb raid 0

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Make sure you enable write back-cache via device manager (untick and tick again), those 4k writes should go up (QD1).

What's weird is that your 4k-64thrd reads are actually slower in RAID.. did you run the test on both single drives to ensure they both give that speed alone?
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