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Originally Posted by ursine View Post

The HD Tune benchmark of the Crucial M500 seems to inherit the performance degradation of the Samsung EVO after cloning. Quick format does not remove the crap in M500 inherited from the Samsung EVO bug. While the benchmark of the Sandisk Extreme Pro remains very flat and consistent, it also suffered from performance degradation in the cloning process. The more I think about, the less it makes sense. It remains a mystery until Samsung is open about the root of the problem.
That makes no sense at all. The data is written as new data when cloning to the new SSD, that would clear up any access speed issues since the data is newly written to the NAND Flash.
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