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OCZ Revodrive X2 240GB


OCZ Vertex 3 120gb
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Does this look right to you? I am new to ssd and not sure am I getting right speed... A little help if possible? Thanks guys

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Does this look right to you? I am new to ssd and not sure am I getting right speed... A little help if possible? Thanks guys


I little information from you would help, like what model of Kingston SSD is this? Also, what mother board are you using, what SATA mode is set in the BIOS?

The sequential write speed is normal for a SSD with a SandForce controller, but the other write speeds are terrible. The 4K-64Thrd read speed is also bad, looks like AHCI mode is not enabled.

Is that a new SSD or have you used it for a while?
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OCZ Revodrive X2 240GB


OCZ Vertex 3 120gb

Your Vertex 3 is not aligned correctly, which is shown by the red "BAD" in AS SSD. That causes your write speeds to be slow. Your read speeds could be better too.

What PC are you using?
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I little information from you would help, like what model of Kingston SSD is this? Also, what mother board are you using, what SATA mode is set in the BIOS?

The sequential write speed is normal for a SSD with a SandForce controller, but the other write speeds are terrible. The 4K-64Thrd read speed is also bad, looks like AHCI mode is not enabled.

Is that a new SSD or have you used it for a while?

Google search for the model number shows it's a Kingston HyperX 3K 120GB. Write is definitely wonky even if it was in IDE mode. Could be in need of secure erase but could also be a bad SATA cable or SATA port. I'd check SMART info for CRC errors.
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Anyone getting much lower 4K-64Thrd numbers (worse) with RST 13.0 over 12.9? If anyone here other than me is actually on 13. I could provide more details but this is kind of a shot in the dark prior to me reinstalling the old and checking.

For a second I was thinking it's just a asssd glitch though, the numbers shoot crazy high sometimes, seems really outdated.


--Yep it was the driver wink.gif.
Edited by scorpscarx - 3/27/14 at 10:31pm
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Google search for the model number shows it's a Kingston HyperX 3K 120GB. Write is definitely wonky even if it was in IDE mode. Could be in need of secure erase but could also be a bad SATA cable or SATA port. I'd check SMART info for CRC errors.

Of course easily found via Google, just sick of doing it when a four word sentence would do, "It's a Kingston HyperX".

Of course no other system info, besides an Intel board of some kind, again only known by the AS SSD screenshot.
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Sorry for little info. Yes the model is Kingston HyperX 3K SH103S3/120G, motherboard GIGABYTE GA-X79-UP4 (rev. 1.1).
It's connected on sata 600 port, and I will check AHCI now.

@parsec: The SSD is new, I bought it a couple of months ago.

Thanks, hope will fix this.
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OK, here's the new test after I switched from port controlled by Intel x79 Chipset to Marvell 88SE9172 Chip.
AHCI was enabled, and it's on sata3 port.

Looks like I lost on Seq and gain on others...


Edited by balsicp - 3/28/14 at 2:47am
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