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hey there,

so i've bought the SSD, assembled everything, everything's blazing fast, but i started getting "hang ups" for a minute or two from time to time.

so i've identified the source.
i've tried moving the ssd to another SATA, or whatever.
i do also have an older Kingston ssd, which works just fine.

btw i've cloned the system from an hdd to ssd.

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as you can see, it's 16kb/sec, which is awesome and kind of thousand times less than others do get.
the whole system just stops responding.

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win7 64bit professional SP1
amd 1090T
8gb kingston hyperx 1600 ram
GA-MA770T-UD3P gygabyte motherboard (F12 Bios)
 

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No time to run a bench tonight myself but I've noticed that you are getting about half the speed I'm getting. (Read and write) Did you set drive to ACHI in bios before installing OS?
 

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well it's sata2 controller, so half-the speed is okay i think, the problem is reads/writes of 0.5k-8k blocks of data (second screenshot). they just hand the system completely.

from what i've seen in the benchmark it's usually 15 000 not 15 :|

ahci is set (it's like 'msahci' ok in AS SSD)
 

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just to make sure. did you set ahci both in BIOS and inside Windows?
 

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yup, it's set inside bios, it was set upon win7 install AND, i've double cheked the registry entries.
 

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Secure erase and reinstall....
 

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nah reinstall is not an option. by the way had to instal AMD AHCI driver instead of ms one. seems like now the speeds are okay.

thanks everyone
 
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