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In the event that anybody is looking at these values to determine what they should spend holiday monies on here is a little comparison done on the same system with both running at the same time. X79 rampage iv extreme, 3930K @ 4.2ghz, 64gb mem @2133mhz. Two intel 480gb 730 series raid 0 vs single intel 800gb 750 series. Yes, I know the 800gb model is the slowest of the lot but the price and size were a better fit for the trade-off in speed.

1GB 730 raid 0



1GB 750



10GB 730 raid 0



10GB 750



So there we are. Why don't I run these on one of my x99 builds? No PCIE lanes, both x99s have quad gpu setups, the x79 has two 295x2s so I have two open slots and two 800gb 750 series. I cannot boot from these on x79, but raid 0 730 series is good enough for boot drive. I will raid 0 these later and report back.

Here are the raid NVMe 750 series results

1GB Intel 750 raid 0



10GB Intel 750 Raid 0


That is more like it.

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my two 500GB evo's in raid0 got them on the cheap during boxing week impressed with them considering i had an old crucial drive from 2-3 years ago.

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In the event that anybody is looking at these values to determine what they should spend holiday monies on here is a little comparison done on the same system with both running at the same time. X79 rampage iv extreme, 3930K @ 4.2ghz, 64gb mem @2133mhz. Two intel 480gb 730 series raid 0 vs single intel 800gb 750 series. Yes, I know the 800gb model is the slowest of the lot but the price and size were a better fit for the trade-off in speed.

1GB 730 raid 0



1GB 750



10GB 730 raid 0



10GB 750



So there we are. Why don't I run these on one of my x99 builds? No PCIE lanes, both x99s have quad gpu setups, the x79 has two 295x2s so I have two open slots and two 800gb 750 series. I cannot boot from these on x79, but raid 0 730 series is good enough for boot drive. I will raid 0 these later and report back.

Here are the raid NVMe 750 series results

1GB Intel 750 raid 0



10GB Intel 750 Raid 0


That is more like it.

That 4k tho.... I think a single crucial m4 can beat that..
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That 4k tho.... I think a single crucial m4 can beat that..

I think they are not well optimized on this x79 platform. The top drive is roasting between two r9 295x2s, even though they are on a custom loop, the space inbetween gets pretty warm.

I just stuck a couple of fans blowing through the gap so maybe that will help.

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First thing I saw as well was the poor 4k numbers. The Samsung 950 does much better in this respect. The 750's in R0 get their score from high 4k- thrd numbers which are imho the least important of all numbers given by assd test.
Still very nice drives. thumb.gif
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First thing I saw as well was the poor 4k numbers. The Samsung 950 does much better in this respect. The 750's in R0 get their score from high 4k- thrd numbers which are imho the least important of all numbers given by assd test.
Still very nice drives. thumb.gif

I wonder if the poor 4k is from the 128k stripe.

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Don't think so. The bench numbers don't really move around much with different stripe sizes. Sequential numbers move very little as well as 4k with smaller stripe sizes. When I was playing with both of my 950's in R0 I used every stripe size available for different arrays. From the smallest to the largest. Not much difference.
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Don't think so. The bench numbers don't really move around much with different stripe sizes. Sequential numbers move very little as well as 4k with smaller stripe sizes. When I was playing with both of my 950's in R0 I used every stripe size available for different arrays. From the smallest to the largest. Not much difference.

I will take your word for it and consider it time saved. Thank you.

@MrTOOSHORT I saw a way back that you were not happy with your first I750 run on x79. Said you made some tweaks and saw some optimization. You don't by chance recall what those optimization a were do you?

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I will take your word for it and consider it time saved. Thank you.

@MrTOOSHORT I saw a way back that you were not happy with your first I750 run on x79. Said you made some tweaks and saw some optimization. You don't by chance recall what those optimization a were do you?

Have Windows 10 on the 750, but booted up to my Vertex 4 with Windows 7. Ran as-ssd in Windows 7, benching the 750 as storage, and got much better numbers than it did in 10.

No optimizations.

Side note, my 4k-64 reads are lower than before now. Not sure why. Probably have to redo windows after a secure erase to fix the problem.

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