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SSD problems - slowness - Kingston SSDNow128

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August 14, 2012 4:26:18 PM

Hey all,

I noticed that my WEI score for my disk was stupidly low, considering it's an SSD - so I tested using the AS SSD bench tool - the results seem poor to me.

It was running in IDE mode but ive since changed that, and also installed Intel's drivers - however, that has made no difference (infact it could even be slower now).

It's plugged into my sata2_2 port at present (originally sata2_4), the motherboard manual warns against using boot drivers in the sata3 ports.

Anyway, ive been messing around with it all afternoon and Ive got no where.

Anyone got any ideas?



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August 14, 2012 5:50:50 PM

Which model do you have?

If you have the SSDNow V200 Series, the results are low (read up to 300MB/s, write up to 190 MB/s )

If you have the SSDNow V+200, the numbers are better (read u p to 535 MB/s on SATA III, 280 MB/s on SATA II, and write up to 480 MB/s on SATA III, 260 MB/s on SATA II).

Do you update the BIOS too?
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August 14, 2012 8:33:07 PM

Kingston uses the ATTO benchmark because it gives better results because of the compressed data method.
AS SSD is the better tool
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August 14, 2012 8:37:36 PM

Kingston 128GB SSDNow V Series < Is this the one you have?