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Yep NTFS compression plays with read speeds a bit.
http://www.overclock.net/ssd/906642-...tels-ssds.html

My AS SSD benchmark with compression.
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Originally Posted by PeterUK View Post
Yep NTFS compression plays with read speeds a bit.
Just a thought - I wouldn't suggest enabling this on Sandforce SSD's. The Sandforce controller already has its own compression algorithm and enabling NTFS compression would probably make the data less compressible. I don't know which is more efficient but from one of Anand's recent articles, it would seem Sandforce compression is better than NTFS compression (at least based on compression on my NTFS HDD). Write amplification on their Sandforce SSD was just 0.6x which roughly translates to 40% compression. I only get around 25~30% compression with NTFS.
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Originally Posted by SSD Twinkle Toes View Post

Ok I found a cool trick out to boost SSD performance just thought I share my findings.

ASSSDbenchmark.png?t=1299637566

All I did was compress the drive its a 4x 64 Gb Raid 0 with crucial c300s.

Read speed is insane you lose alot of write due to nature of the compressing but who the hell writes to drive that much for people like me who mostly use main drive to read IE play games or surf web and such stuff its perfect.

Basicly it hink it works as since the files are compressed there is less to read and since reading a compressed file takes little effort on the CPU its faster then if the file was bigger.

hi there what you mean by compress the drive how can i do this im having alot of difficulty with my ssd raid the speeds arent what i expected so how do i try this thing you have done can you give instructions? here is a screenshot of my speed i should get alot more than this ive seen others with alot more speed than me with the same drives

http://i48.tinypic.com/f50juf.png

f50juf.png
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Originally Posted by Jackirwin View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by SSD Twinkle Toes View Post

Ok I found a cool trick out to boost SSD performance just thought I share my findings.

ASSSDbenchmark.png?t=1299637566

All I did was compress the drive its a 4x 64 Gb Raid 0 with crucial c300s.

Read speed is insane you lose alot of write due to nature of the compressing but who the hell writes to drive that much for people like me who mostly use main drive to read IE play games or surf web and such stuff its perfect.

Basicly it hink it works as since the files are compressed there is less to read and since reading a compressed file takes little effort on the CPU its faster then if the file was bigger.

hi there what you mean by compress the drive how can i do this im having alot of difficulty with my ssd raid the speeds arent what i expected so how do i try this thing you have done can you give instructions? here is a screenshot of my speed i should get alot more than this ive seen others with alot more speed than me with the same drives

http://i48.tinypic.com/f50juf.png

f50juf.png
Your speeds are fine for your Force 3s. Use ATTO to benchmark your SandForce drives, AS SSD shows compressed data performance. Your Force 3s are rated with compressible data using ATTO.
post #25 of 25
ok so i tryed atto and this is the results i got is this a good result?

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