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agodk
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ssd write speed problem on intel 6 and 7 series

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hi there;

First of all i am not quite sure if i wrote this threat on right place. so sorry if its wrong.

i have problem with my ssd s in Intel chipsets. Ive 2 diffrent brand ssd s which is supports 500mb/s read and write.

i was tried this thing on my mobo which has z77a chipset with sata3 ports and also my laptop with mobile 6 series which is also have support for sata 3

so long story short with bothbrand ssd and either chipsets i can see 500mb/s read speeds but non of them can see more than 130 mb/s write speed with atto and cdm.

using latest RST and drivers also firmware for ssd s and bioses for mainboards. ah before forget i know its not affect that much but also i was tried with different sata cables.

what do you think about that?

ive really appreciate help

thnx.

regards

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AP16
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Corsair Force GS series are based on SandForce, so peak speed writes possible only on compressible data, benchmarks usually avoids compression factor in tests.

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AP16
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Corsair Force GS series are based on SandForce, so peak speed writes possible only on compressible data, benchmarks usually avoids compression factor in tests.

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agodk
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so what about kingston ssdnow300v series?

agodk
Novice
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Thnx for answer JFF. after your reply i was tried with Sandisk so eveythings fine i was able to see 300mb/s

so i was choose wrong brand at first place.

Thnx and regards

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