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idata
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Why is my X25-V so slow?

I had been looking at benchmarks before purchasing this drive and everyones seem to be a hell of a lot higher than mine:

I'm running windows 7 and the SSD toolbox was run just prior to running this test.

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idata
Community Manager
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The common thing I see in similar situations such as this is that many new ssd users have simply cloned and reinstalled the previous setup. I always advise a clean install to get rid of ols settings which may limit your performance such as trialware, bloatware and original manufacturer registry settings that were there for their own system setup.

idata
Community Manager
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4k and latency seems a little out of whack.. what's your subsystem? notebook/desktop - intel config, southbridge etc.

if desktop, first try another SATA cable.

idata
Community Manager
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I am on a http://www.clevo.com.tw/en/products/prodinfo_2.asp?productid=177 Clevo X8100 and I installed Win 7 myself on a clean drive, no cloning

idata
Community Manager
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Do you have disk caching enabled? In device manager, click on the disk drives then right click on the SSD , choose properties, then policies.

Regards

jj

idata
Community Manager
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Yes I do... Should it be disabled? With it off my speeds were much much lower.....

idata
Community Manager
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No, it should be enabled (boxes checked). You're scores looked like mine when I didn't have mine checked.

idata
Community Manager
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No, they were enabled....

idata
Community Manager
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No other suggestions guys?

idata
Community Manager
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Do you have the ability to take the SSD out and benchmark it in a desktop system?

PJack1
Beginner
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Well that looks better than my benchmark, then again mine is installed in a Netbook (Lenovo S10-2)

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