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Windows 7: Show us your SSD performance

10 Feb 2011   #1091
BishBashBosh

windows 7 x64 ultimate
 
 

here's my results :- Kingston 128GB SSDNow V100 and my 2xSamsung F1's in raid 0

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but seems somethings not right low burst speeds and not sure if my ssd is set up right




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10 Feb 2011   #1092
jimhem

Window 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dave76 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jimhem View Post
I will check the sub menus in the bios when i get home again and see if i overlooked something. I will also take your tip on trying the ATTO benchmark and will post the results for benchmark and bios options once i get home from work this evening and look at them.

Thank you
When did you buy it?

Might want to check this out: 25nm NAND Transition Causing Problems for OCZ Vertex 2 E SSDs
The motherboard was purchased 10/19/2007 and installed about a week later. I did check the bios version from the manufacturer and was able to find out that there have been 3 updates to the bios since my existing one. One of the updates is even from within the past month. The ssd was purchased and installed in January of this year, about 4-6 weeks ago.
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10 Feb 2011   #1093
jimhem

Window 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by diehrd View Post
It would be nice if everyone stuck to one set of bench test software ... I have the Kingston SSDNOW 64gb drive and after setting everything up correctly ACHI ect ,ect I just tested it and for a low cost drive it works well.

ATTO I get 122/225 Not bad for a budget drive at all..
I used the 2 that i did because someone posted a reply to my question on what benchmark software everyone was using to test their ssd's. Thanks for the tip though, i will try the ATTO benchmark when i get home this evening.
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10 Feb 2011   #1094
jimhem

Window 7 Professional 64bit
 
 

OK, home now and trying new things. First i installed the latest bios from Gigabyte for my mb version F7I released 08/30/2010. Flashed bios and configured before booting into win7. Downloaded and ran the ATTO benchmark and got this (which i believe looks much better than the others
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i also reran the as ssd benchmark to compare and the score seems a little higher this time around so apparently the bios did play a little factor in it. However, i still can not find anything in the bios setting to enable the achi
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10 Feb 2011   #1095
Anusha

Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

i would only run ATTO on SSDs. others will help degrade the performance.

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10 Feb 2011   #1096
society misfit

Windows 7 Professional
 
 

Nice. Almost identical.
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12 Feb 2011   #1097
Dave76

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

This is post #1, the thread starter, He is using HD Tune and posted a link to AS SSD.
This thread, since it's beginning has been for all SSDs and all benchmarks as many people have there own preferences.
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by nate42nd View Post
I'm interested to see what others are getting out of their SSD or SSDs in RAID. It's cool to look through the "Show us your hard drive performance" thread but here's a place for just SSD performance. I have a 128GB Patriot Torqx. (F/W v1881) Please post your benchmarks.

Edit: I now have 2 Patriot Torqx drives (Indilinx controlled) and am running v1881 F/W and LOVE them both like my own kids. haha They are great drives but there are better ones out there and even better ones coming out soon. Thanks to whoever made this a "sticky" It's a good thread.

Benchmark Program Links:
There are a lot of forums that prefer one SSD benchmark over others, you can find diverse reasons on any forum for their choice.

Some say there are benchmarks for HDDs and benchmarks for SSD and they aren't very accurate for the device that they weren't designed for.


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by diehrd View Post
It would be nice if everyone stuck to one set of bench test software ... I have the Kingston SSDNOW 64gb drive and after setting everything up correctly ACHI ect ,ect I just tested it and for a low cost drive it works well.

ATTO I get 122/225 Not bad for a budget drive at all..
Some forums have threads for specific SSD benchmarks.
Here is one:
AS SSD Benchmark thread

If you would like to see a specific SSD benchmark thread, you can start one.
It is interesting to see the same benchmark for different SSDs.

I have read that ATTO started as a HDD benchmark, AS SSD was made specifically for SSDs, but that is just my preference and everyone is entitled to theirs.
ATTO uses compressible data for the benchmark which makes the OCZ SF controllers look good because they compress data.
AS SSD uses un-compressible data so will give the SF controllers much lower read/write rates and scores.
Neither of these benchmarks are good indications of normal usage.
One gives you high numbers that you won't see in actual usage, the other gives low numbers that you will exceed in normal usage.


On a slightly different topic, OCZ has published AS SSD benchmarks for their SSDs.

OCZ SSD benchmarks using AS SSD from the OCZ website.
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Not quite their published numbers.
Have to give them some credit for posting these benchmark results that are different from their published numbers.

Also have been reading posts from some very disgruntled customers that have received the new Gen3 25nm SSDs with no notification, change in model name or part number.
Evidently the Gen3 speeds are a bit slower than the Gen2 models and the expected life is lower.
Doesn't sound good.


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12 Feb 2011   #1098
sygnus21

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Dave76 View Post
Also have been reading posts from some very disgruntled customers that have received the new Gen3 25nm SSDs with no notification, change in model name or part number.
Evidently the Gen3 speeds are a bit slower than the Gen2 models and the expected life is lower.
Doesn't sound good.
Is this from OCZ?

Great post BTW +1

I posted something about using the correct measuring tool for OCZ drives and that testing too much may degrade the drive - Show us your SSD performance
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12 Feb 2011   #1099
whs
Microsoft MVP

Vista, Windows7, Mint Mate, Zorin, Windows 8
 
 

I only like to add that something is strange when you run the OCZs thru HD Tune. My own OCZs and those of others showed very strange results (low and erratic numbers) that were not confirmed by e.g. Atto.
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12 Feb 2011   #1100
Dave76

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

Yes, the above issues are on the OCZ forum.

Drives Shipping With 25nm NAND. Q & A

Vertex 2 60GB (25nm) slow benchmark results and load times?

complaint about 25nm SSD drives


The OCZ staff are saying they use ATTO benchmarks because it gives them good numbers on compressible data, their tests are done on un-used drives.
They admit that customers won't get the same read/write speeds.
The 25nm nand needs more OP so the available space is going to be less, basically that you just have to accept it.

The worst thing is they just started shipping 25nm drives with no indication of the change from 34nm, same models and part numbers. Makes it look like they are trying to hide something.

Doesn't sound good at all.
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