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post #111 of 486 (permalink) Old 04-04-2015, 09:03 AM
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yes, and itworks on just fine
p3700 have own leds - 4 of them, in the back

i did some tests p3700 with sm951
https://youtu.be/rVh6GllJ3B8

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yes, and itworks on just fine
p3700 have own leds - 4 of them, in the back

i did some tests p3700 with sm951
https://youtu.be/rVh6GllJ3B8


Hi with regards to boot up timing (I am guessing u are using window 8.1), which one is faster?


I been hearing news that 750 and P3700 suffered on the boot up timing due to early BIOS implementation. Is it true?

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i did boot time test while ago and I didnt see a problem - (after bios process- windows boot was around 12sec), whole restart takes 27sec


sm951 i didnt measure - but i dont feel lag or any faster diffrence vs p37

both are simmilar it might have 2-3 sec diffrence



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i did boot time test while ago and I didnt see a problem - (after bios process- windows boot was around 12sec), whole restart takes 27sec


sm951 i didnt measure - but i dont feel lag or any faster diffrence vs p37

both are simmilar it might have 2-3 sec diffrence



reboot test:
https://youtu.be/Lu0tlUs_rj4

I am more interested in 750 as it is more affordable as compared to p3700, but Seeking feedback from 3 reviewers at least (techreport, pcper, tweaktown) they all gave the feedback that boot up for 750 was noticeable slower even when compared to sata drive


I ask for p3700 cos it was the closest thing to 750, right now i am torn between 750 and sm951 and the boot time will be the final decision on what to buy.

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MZVPV256HDGL-00000 -> new SM951 NMVe version
MZHPV256HDGL-00000 -> common SM951 AHCI version
MZHPV256HDGM-00000 -> GL and GM refer to NAND package density. Afaik, there is no 256GB version with "GL" NAND. I guess somebody took the PN of the 128GB SM951 (MZHPV128HDGM-00000) and just changed the 128 to 256.
MZHPV256HDGL-000L1 -> Last two refer to specific customer versions. L1 for lenovo makes sense.

Thanks! Will the nvme version be compatible with "achi m2 slots"? Will every asus motherboard with m2 slot be compatible with nvme? Mine is z97i plus, it has an m2 slot pci 2.0 x4 2260/80
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As long as your X99 comes with the Full speed M2 slot your gonna be one happy person !

The SM951 is simply the BEST SSD currently out, hands down ! smile.gif

Not faster than my Intel p3700 NVMe biggrin.gif

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Not faster than my Intel p3700 NVMe biggrin.gif


The real world performance is about as fast if not faster... P3700 is not tuned for typical client workload which is the problem. SM951 has the fastest boot time to date (youtube video, 13 secs from power start up to desktop window)



However for enterprise space u can expect the P3700 to thrash SM951.

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The real world performance is about as fast if not faster... P3700 is not tuned for typical client workload which is the problem. SM951 has the fastest boot time to date (youtube video, 13 secs from power start up to desktop window)



However for enterprise space u can expect the P3700 to thrash SM951.


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Looks like hardcorePC use non optimized settings tongue.gif

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i have 3 systems with 3 drives they are not set up perfect .
overall boot on x99 is slower than my previous z77

Myself I can't decide which ssd use as a main drive but overall p3700 is better drive, and will last for years - if you dont look on price


750 will get firmware update -after that it will be better than SM951, also 750 is a consumer drive that has other benefits
Sm951 - i worry about heat and how long will last

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That is the problem, there is no news of any future firmware update. how long will that be?


Anyway NVMe drive for consumer is still abit of premature imho, alot of things are still not optimised hence u dont feel the true "wow" factor other than big benchmark numbers.



Until that speed is really getting tap into and put to good use with day to day tasks, if not its doesn't feel much different or faster from SATA drives.

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