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Hi everyone , I just bought Crucial M4 128Gb and updated newest firmware 0309 . And i have a few question still confusing about "4k" and "4k-64thrd" . which one is more important and show that your System performance is fast ?

+My port : intel Sata2 port and updated newest intel driver

+I have done already "Sean's Windows 7 Install Guide & Optimization for SSDs/HDDs" from this thread :
http://www.overclock.net/t/1156654/seans-windows-7-install-guide-optimization-for-ssds-hdds

+This is my benchmark

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Do you not have SATA 3 port? Your benchmark looks about right under SATA 2. Is AHCI enabled?
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I believe the 4k represents how fast the ssd can respond to 1 request of a 4k chunk of data.

4k-64thrd represents 64 simultaneous requests of 4k chunks of data.
Not an accurate measurement of system performance, so don't bother about it too much.
 

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Hi , I'm in AHCI now , Can you tell me how to increase speed of SSD ? Can you post your SSD marks ? ans what kind of your SSD ?
+SATA 3 is Marvel , so that's why i'm not in Sata 3
Thanks
 
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