Ssd speed reduced??? Tags: SSD Hard Drives Windows 7 Storage Last response: October 29, 2012 10:56 AM in Storage Share watters1996 October 26, 2012 8:36:03 PM when i first got my ssd 2 months ago it was a 7.9 in the WEI. but today i reinstalled windows 7 after having a few problems before. but now it says the hdd is 7.5? why have i lost 0.4 on the WEI after formatting it? its an OCZ agility 3 60gb More about : ssd speed reduced ss202sl a b $ Windows 7 a c 80 G Storage October 26, 2012 8:47:10 PM Because WEI isn't reliable. If you want to know what the speed of your ssd is, run some drive benchmarks. mad-max79 a b G Storage October 29, 2012 10:56:49 AM Agility drives are using non synchronous NAND chips, which results in general lower write speeds which gets slower during usage when drives gets into steady state. Most SSD gets a bit slower during usage. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedPortable HDD Speed Suddenly Reduced Forum SolvedR9 290 performance with reduced fan speed / thermal ceiling Forum SolvedInternet Speed Reduced By 50% Forum SolvedMy Cpu Speed Reduced Forum SolvedReduced RAM speed when OC'ing cpu Forum SSD reduced performance Forum SolvedHDD Speeds Reduced. Forum Wireless Connection Speed Reduced by Half Forum CPU running on Reduced Speed Helps!!! Forum Speed and performance is reduced if the disk is partitioned? Forum CPU at Reduced speed Forum Fix the problem The USB Mass Storage Device will function at reduced speed Forum Temp files deleted - reduced network speed - PLEASE HELP. Forum Question regarding reduced speed - router as access point Forum usb 2.0 reduced speed Forum OC reduced SSD performance Forum PLEASE HELP (Strange reduced core clock speeds) Forum SolvedSSD Speed showing 3000 mbps!!! Forum SolvedBrand New Sandisk 128GB SSD - Delivering Just Half The Speed :( Forum SolvedSSD loading game at same speed as HDD Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !