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how do i get full potential SSD spead

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so i ran HD tune, and for my ocz agility 2 i got 199mb read. isnt it usppose to be at 285? i installed the OS on is and its in AHCI mode. i think i have the right driver. i dont know where i could check that.
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i7 7700HQ  GTX 1050 8GB  Samsung PM961 
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Windows 10 PRO 15.6" 
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Intel Pentium G630T ASrock H77M ATX Intel HD Grapihcs (for now) G.Skill Ripjawz 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
G.Skill Ripjawz OCZ Agility EX WD Cavier Blue Asus DRW CD/DVD Writer 
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Windows 7 48" Samsung LED TV Logitech Wireless Corsair Builder 500W 80 Plus 
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The speeds that are posted on HDD's and SSD's are the golden scenario set ups etc. 99% of the time its not possible to run at the speeds they state. As there needs to be room for overhead data. but 199mb's isn't bad either, what are you complaining about?
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