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wicked bad perf -- drive toasted?

idata
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Win 7.

C Drive: INTEL SSDSA2MH080G1GC ATA Device

D Drive: WDC WD1500ADFD-00NLR4 ATA Device (raptor)

 

E Drive: INTEL SSDSA1MH080G1GN ATA Device

Maybe not the most scientific test, but anything involving my c drive is slow, ... 8x slower on same-drive-copy compared to the other ssd!?

Copying 3gb ...

d to d: 2.02 mins

d to c: 3.97 mins

 

c to c: 8.37 mins

c to e: 1.45 mins

e to e: 1.14 mins

 

e to d: 1.18 mins

Is this drive toasty? Something else I should look at before I RMA?

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idata
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Try moving the C: Drive to a diferent SATA Port in your mainboard.

Hope it helps

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idata
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Try moving the C: Drive to a diferent SATA Port in your mainboard.

Hope it helps

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idata
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I can't believe that actually worked! When I booted back up, windows detected and installed a new driver (weird). but then all better!

PS D:\> .\measure.ps1

 

d to d

 

2.17189638833333

 

d to c

 

0.817919551666667

 

c to c

 

0.641781298333333

 

c to e

 

0.815604361666667

 

e to e

 

1.14268856833333

 

e to d

 

1.11123817666667
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