Latest Samsung NVMe Driver Released

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       #101

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  2. Posts : 3
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       #102

    Just saw this, guess maybe I should check for updates more often
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  3. Posts : 297
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       #103

    I just updated to v3.3 from the Samsung site, and all 3 of my NVMe drives (970 EVO Plus 1tb && 2 x 970 Pro 1TB), all say they re using the MIcrosoft driver, not the Samsung driver.

    That might explain why I'm getting such poor speeds.

    How do I fix?

    Latest Samsung NVMe Driver Released-970pro.pngLatest Samsung NVMe Driver Released-970evoplus.png
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       #104

    Wobitancrawfodi said:
    I just updated to v3.3 from the Samsung site, and all 3 of my NVMe drives (970 EVO Plus 1tb && 2 x 970 Pro 1TB), all say they re using the MIcrosoft driver, not the Samsung driver.

    That might explain why I'm getting such poor speeds.

    How do I fix?

    Latest Samsung NVMe Driver Released-970pro.pngLatest Samsung NVMe Driver Released-970evoplus.png
    What are your "poor speeds" ? Device manager shows those drivers for compatibility reasons, it will not show as real Samsung driver.
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  5. Posts : 297
    Windows 10 x64 1809 LTSC
       #105

    Oh, OK... I was going by this post where it shows the NVMe drive rather than the M$ driver....
    Latest Samsung NVMe Driver Released

    Seems I was looking in the wrong place. Under storage controllers is shows The same as the above post.

    WIll run some speed tests and post back.
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    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #106

    Wobitancrawfodi said:
    I just updated to v3.3 from the Samsung site, and all 3 of my NVMe drives (970 EVO Plus 1tb && 2 x 970 Pro 1TB), all say they re using the MIcrosoft driver, not the Samsung driver.

    That might explain why I'm getting such poor speeds.

    How do I fix?

    Latest Samsung NVMe Driver Released-970pro.pngLatest Samsung NVMe Driver Released-970evoplus.png
    You need to install the Samsung NVMe driver which is on the same page. Then reboot, then install Magician.
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  7. Posts : 45
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       #107

    Hadn't realised there was a new driver, benchmark today before and after installing (and previous benchmark showing after first installing the previous driver)

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       #108

    Placebo said:
    Hadn't realised there was a new driver, benchmark today before and after installing (and previous benchmark showing after first installing the previous driver)

    Latest Samsung NVMe Driver Released-image.png
    Results are somehow almost every time different even with same driver. Like all other components, results vary with background processes at that time as well as temperatures and in case of SSDs of amount of data and when trim is run last time.
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  9. Posts : 297
    Windows 10 x64 1809 LTSC
       #109

    Ok, here's the tests. Seems to be the primary 970 Pro (C:) that is slower (Same results for all partitions on that drive). The first C: drive (3215) is after trim. The second is before trim. H: is the seconds 970 Pro and and G: is the 970 Evo Plus

    Latest Samsung NVMe Driver Released-970pro-1-trimmed.pngLatest Samsung NVMe Driver Released-970pro-1-untrimmed.pngLatest Samsung NVMe Driver Released-970pro-2.pngLatest Samsung NVMe Driver Released-p70evo.png
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  10. Posts : 19,208
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       #110

    Crystal disk mark is not really geared toward SSDs. Try AS SSD Benchmark 2.0.7316 Download - TechSpot
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