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  1. Edward's Avatar
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       #41

    Do I need Superfetch on when I use Rapid mode?
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  2. lx07's Avatar
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       #42

    Edward said: View Post
    Do I need Superfetch on when I use Rapid mode?
    Personally I would not use rapid mode as its real life benefits are debatable and leave SuperFetch enabled.

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  3. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #43

    lx07 said: View Post
    Personally I would not use rapid mode as its real life benefits are debatable and leave SuperFetch enabled.

    Samsung Magician - Solved - Windows 10 Forums
    He's right!
    And if your data is in memory and your PC crashes, or you suddenly lose power??? Well... hmmmm?
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  4. Edward's Avatar
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       #44

    Thanks guys for the tip, I switched rapid mode off and I left Superfetch on :)
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       #45

    My C:\ drive


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  6. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #46

    Hi,
    Wake up

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    x99's solo
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  7. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #47

    Hi,
    Last one on x99 guess hwinfo is the only consistent reader of any stress on m.2 maybe even ssd's in general I've never noticed before

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    Stats for these m.2's
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    My first SSD ever.
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  9. Techymike's Avatar
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       #49

    Not really sure how to read the AS benchmark but the Samsung test shows that both drives are working at what the manufacturer specs were listed as. So I am pretty happy with the results. On the ASUS X470 Pro the M.2 slots run thru the CPU while I learned a number of other MB's run thru the chipsets. From what I believe the best results are betweeen 4GB to 5GB. As the AMD has 20 ports while the Intel has only 16 ports. But what do I know, I could be wrong. I am sure that if someone wanted to manipulate the test they could figure it out but these results were just run with normal operations running in the background and no changes.
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  10. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #50

    Hi,
    Good score
    As ssd is pretty unpredictable I wouldn't look too closely at it or try to read anything into it really it just pulls a number out it's ass
    And fairly inconsistent as well

    You can try crystal disk mark but again they are just test and usually inconsistent ones at that but should show closer to read/ write spec's unlike as ssd which will never usually hit ssd spec numbers.

    I did after all the prior tests return all three XPG m.2 they were all over the place on both tests which was unacceptable clearly defective or something :/
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