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AddictedGamer93
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Well dudes, i got my first SSD yesterday. I reinstalled windows 7 (in AHCI mode) and made all the recommended tweaks inside windows for SSD's. Now to the point of this topic. I ran a couple benchmarks, and immediately saw that i wasnt getting anywhere near the listed performance levels. So from there i installed AMD's SouthBridge and AHCI drivers, which made no difference in performance. Here's a couple screenshots:

Does anyone have any ideas??? Help will be much appreciated.

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ok well first, it would be helpful to know what brand and model, along with expected results.

 

238mb/s read and write seems pretty good to me.

 

Also, have you updated to the newest firmware?

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ok well first, it would be helpful to know what brand and model, along with expected results.

 

238mb/s read and write seems pretty good to me.

 

Also, have you updated to the newest firmware?

 

 

Its a Mushkin Enhanced Callisto Deluxe 60Gb. But as you said the scores in ATTO are pretty good, but shouldnt the writes in AS SSD be close to ATTO's results???

And no i havent updated FW yet, as the deluxe edition drives already come with it installed.

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I... but shouldnt the writes in AS SSD be close to ATTO's results???

Nope. The read/write patterns are totally different. ATTO doesn't do in-place updates while AS SSD does.

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That shouldnt apply figuring how performance isnt supposed to change among capacities with Sandforce. At least thats what ive read a thousand times.

More flash channels == more performance. You can't really get around that.

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