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Yea, the 4k read didn't change much, if at all so thats good. and the stuff that did is pretty much negligible.
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we have to remember that AS SSD Benchmark writes a LARGE chunk of data.

so while TRIM keeps performance up in the long run, under heavy load, there is no time to TRIM, so performance drops off occasionally leading to lower averages..

with 84% used, the drive:
total space: 74.4 GiB
used space: 62.2 GiB
free space: 12.1 GiB

so with 12.1 GiB free, if the test consumes more then 12.1 GB (or even if some of that 12.1 GB is fragmented at all) then some blocks will have to be read/combine/erase/write instead of just write... which means slow speeds.
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I would rather have fast speeds than slow speeds.
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Well I think the best bet is to simply keep the capacity of the drive low or if there are others out there that still want the speed increase and the capacity there's always the hybrid drive method-both a ssd and standard drive connected together. I wonder if that's even worth it?

Still I think the 80 gb ssd might be the best medium between performance and capacity. The next step up is 128 gb I think and that might get pricey if your looking for performance instead of a basic drive. I believe you can get some drives in increments of 10 gb per level. That might be the way to go.

I have noticed a significant discount for a 150 gb Velociraptor Drive for only $99 at a store nearby. Is that stll a benefit for some of us? Not sure.

In the end it'll no doubt be a ssd. Just have to wait and see what's offerred after the holiday season. I'm sure there will be some killer deals.

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Originally Posted by TheDreadedGMan View Post
My original results are in my AS SSD Benchmark thread in the spreadsheet.

But I will post teh comparison here:
interesting....i have the same results.
BUT, when i first got the drive and ran the first test, these were my approximate results:

writes
seq 80
4k 60
4k-64 thrd 50
access time 0.085

now, my speeds are
writes
seq 60
4k 35
3k-64 30
access time 0.11
post #16 of 26
c300 Like 3 moths use. I fold on it. I got steam and stuff on last ssd vertex. I got 3 of the 2 failed. Waiting for 3rd to fail and send in to ocz, If not by feb sending them in for rmas, I would not get vertex, BUt sandfoce drives are Nice, Microcenter has their own brand for $100 for 60 gb Not bad, Its a sandforce 1222 , I for c300 NO problems. It had new fw so i flashed it. And have not looked back.
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This thread seems to have created quite the ssd issue with regards to speeds/performance. I wonder how accurate the temperature tolerances and shock values are.
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c300 Like 3 moths use. I fold on it. I got steam and stuff on last ssd vertex. I got 3 of the 2 failed. Waiting for 3rd to fail and send in to ocz, If not by feb sending them in for rmas, I would not get vertex, BUt sandfoce drives are Nice, Microcenter has their own brand for $100 for 60 gb Not bad, Its a sandforce 1222 , I for c300 NO problems. It had new fw so i flashed it. And have not looked back.
Hmm....no vertex you say....I've seen a list of ssd drives ranked for performance/price ratings and the vertex drives I think were rated the best for $150 or less.
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Sorry it was actually the "agility 2" ssd drives from ocz for best under $120.
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