WD SN750 nvme SSD

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    WD SN750 nvme SSD


    Hello everyone

    Just yesterday updated my HP 15-CS0053cl laptop to nvme SSD but the read speeds are not reaching more than 1.7GB/s and there is no option in bios for hardware settings, kindly help me to get the max use of my SSD

    Regards





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    Look at the specifications shown at HP support for your laptop.

    What is the complete detail regarding that NVMe port?

    I think that drive uses TLC memory?

    The speeds you are getting are very close to what I get on an Intel 660p NVMe SSD that uses QLC memory chips. I see that the specs on your drive say it can reach as high as 3 GB plus read speed, but I don't know if that is applicable in all cases.
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       #3

    That is the same as everybody else with the same SSD. The WD specs has the usual words "up to".
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    ignatzatsonic said: View Post
    Look at the specifications shown at HP support for your laptop.

    What is the complete detail regarding that NVMe port?

    I think that drive uses TLC memory?

    The speeds you are getting are very close to what I get on an Intel 660p NVMe SSD that uses QLC memory chips. I see that the specs on your drive say it can reach as high as 3 GB plus read speed, but I don't know if that is applicable in all cases.
    But reviews on amazon.com show buyers are getting reads speeds upto 3.5GB/s

    This is hardware my laptop consists of

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    It is in a Laptop, with Laptop chipsets, and limited UEFI/BIOS options, not a performance Desktop with desktop components and a plethora of UEFI/BIOS options.

    Amazon "reviewers" are mostly numpties. There is no indication in those reviews that you should be getting more.
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    audacious said: View Post
    But reviews on amazon.com show buyers are getting reads speeds upto 3.5GB/s
    As an Amazon shopper, and one time reviewer there, I will say you can't trust every review there. Lot of people just make stuff up, or simply aren't informed enough to write solid reviews there (or elsewhere). Bottom line: I'd take a lot of "reviews" there with a ton of salt. I've also called some out for their "reviews".

    That out the way, be aware there can are many factors that can hinder read/write speeds and why you often see the "up to" comment listed by various manufactures of devices where speed is concerned. Such factors could be files, background process, hardware, software, BIOS, I/O interface, compatibility to name a few. At the end of the day the best you can get is "up to" if everything else is perfect. Here perfect is a controlled environment designed to get the max out of an item. For the 99 percent of home users who don't have a controlled environment most get "average" for a device in any given speed class. Hope that helps shed light on why "up to" exists.

    Good luck.
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