Solved My Samsung SSD 830 benchmark seem weird Tags: SSD Samsung SSD Benchmark Storage Last response: November 12, 2012 9:18 AM in Storage Share memoriess November 11, 2012 11:57:52 PM My Samsung SSD 830 benchmark seem weird? http://i.imgur.com/IRkv2.jpg ^ above is my benchmark from AS SSD As I found on google, all Samsung SSD 830 had Seq -> READ -> 500+ mb/s mine is only 188 mb/s What is happening? How can I get the best out of my ssd? My Spec OS: Windows 8 Pro 64bits Processor: i7 950 RAM: 24gb GFX: GTX 680 Mobo: mSi x58a-gd65 I had changed my BIOS Controller Mode all to AHCI... But on startup and BIOS boot sequence, it still show IDE:SAMSUNG 830... More about : samsung ssd 830 benchmark weird yougotjaked November 12, 2012 1:20:32 AM Is it plugged into a 6Gb/s port? Is it using the latest firmware? - Jake m 0 l unksol a b G Storage November 12, 2012 1:39:27 AM Double check your Ports and update the drivers. Marvell controllers aren't very good though and others have reported issues with Samsung SSDs and that board. I know mine doesn't run at full potential with a Marvell controller either m 0 l Related resources SLOW/LOW benchmark on Samsung 128gb 830 SSD - Forum Samsung SSD 830 fail to benchmark - Forum Samsung "SSD PM830 FDE" MZ7PC256HAFU Possible Counterfeit/What is it ? - Forum Samsung 830 low benchmark question - Forum Samsung PM830 SSD 32gb mSATA incompatibility - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer JohnnyLucky a c 283 G Storage November 12, 2012 3:00:18 AM You have an old LGA Socket 1366 motherboard that is no longer in production. Some of the older boards do not play nice with modern 3rd generation SATA 3 6Gb/sssd's. Did you do the BIOS, chipset, and driver updates? Here's the link the MSI downloads and updates: http://www.msi.com/product/mb/X58A-GD65.html#/?div=BIOS ove your mouse cursor over "download" to see the rest of the downloads and updates. m 0 l memoriess November 12, 2012 4:50:56 AM After I have done all the updates, what should I do? m 0 l memoriess November 12, 2012 4:51:46 AM yougotjaked said:Is it plugged into a 6Gb/s port? Is it using the latest firmware? - Jake How do I determine it is plug into a 6GB/s? m 0 l memoriess November 12, 2012 4:53:08 AM the white colour is the 6GB/s port right? I am on it. m 0 l memoriess November 12, 2012 5:13:47 AM is it because i am on win 8? m 0 l memoriess November 12, 2012 5:41:01 AM http://i.imgur.com/G17sv.jpg so i am on 6gb/s port right? since there stated the Speed is 6gb/s? I updated all my drives, bios drives... did a benchmark, still the same... m 0 l Best solution mad-max79 a b G Storage November 12, 2012 6:39:22 AM Can you try your SSD on the internal Intel Controller, it often works better with the Intel 3 GBit/s, just be sure to set it to AHCI. Share memoriess November 12, 2012 9:17:37 AM Best answer selected by memoriess. m 0 l memoriess November 12, 2012 9:18:26 AM mad-max79 said:Can you try your SSD on the internal Intel Controller, it often works better with the Intel 3 GBit/s, just be sure to set it to AHCI. yea, i am using the 3gb/s intel chipset port now... suppose to be marvell controller fault? or my x58 chipset fault? m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedSamsung 830 Pro SSD won't appear anywhere Forum SolvedSamsung 830 SSD space issues Forum SolvedProblem with Samsung 830 SSD performance Forum SolvedSamsung SSD 830 boot problems Forum SolvedSamsung SSD 830 vs 840 vs 840 Pro in gaming load time? Forum SolvedSamsung 830 SSD Notebook Kit Accessory Question??? Forum SolvedSSD (Samsung 830 128gb) is as fast as thumbdrive... Forum SolvedAnother SSD as good as the Samsung 830 Series 128GB (MZ-7PC128D/AM)? Forum SolvedACHI on Samsung 830 ssd won't boot into windows! Forum SolvedHow to UN-initialize a Samsung 830 SSD and Start Over Forum SolvedDoes Samsung 830 SSD come with mounting screws? Forum SolvedSamsung SSD 830 64GB is the mSATA cable used to connect to 6gb/s? Forum SolvedSSD - Samsung 830 Forum SolvedSSD slower after 4 days? [Samsung 830 256gb] Forum SolvedProblems with Samsung 830 ssd Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !