Latest Samsung NVMe Driver Released

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  1. Posts : 45
    Windows 10
       #111

    CountMike said:
    Crystal disk mark is not really geared toward SSDs. Try AS SSD Benchmark 2.0.7316 Download - TechSpot
    Here's mine with AS SSD
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  2. Posts : 19,208
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #112

    Here's my 960 evo with about 65% full
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  3. Posts : 297
    Windows 10 x64 1809 LTSC
       #113

    Here's mine. C: 970 Pro-1. H: 970 Pro-2, g: 970 Evo Plus. All 1TB. These are even scarier than the original tests I did. My 4K results are appalling. I would have hoped overall these drives would be closer to the advertised speeds. Yes, I know the speeds they advertise are max and rare but I'm at about 60% sequential?

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  4. Posts : 19,208
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #114

    Wobitancrawfodi said:
    Here's mine. C: 970 Pro-1. H: 970 Pro-2, g: 970 Evo Plus. All 1TB. These are even scarier than the original tests I did. My 4K results are appalling. I would have hoped overall these drives would be closer to the advertised speeds. Yes, I know the speeds they advertise are max and rare but I'm at about 60% sequential?

    Latest Samsung NVMe Driver Released-2-970evo.pngLatest Samsung NVMe Driver Released-2-970pro-1.pngLatest Samsung NVMe Driver Released-2-970pro-2.png
    Which slot is your C: drive ? According to MB specs, M.2_2 and M.2_3 are connected to CPU and first one is connected to chipset. Ones tied to CPU are usually faster because PCIe is faster.
    Maybe there's something wrong with chipset drivers ?

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  5. Posts : 297
    Windows 10 x64 1809 LTSC
       #115

    I fear it might be connected to M2_1, though unless there's a reliable way of finding out without pulling the PC apart, I'll do that tomorrow and find out for sure.

    My Creator X299 is BIOS v1.1. There is a later version. I'll try upgrading that too.
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  6. Posts : 19,208
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #116

    Wobitancrawfodi said:
    I fear it might be connected to M2_1, though unless there's a reliable way of finding out without pulling the PC apart, I'll do that tomorrow and find out for sure.

    My Creator X299 is BIOS v1.1. There is a later version. I'll try upgrading that too.
    Look at schematic in MB manual but you should be able to see it in BIOS too.
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  7. Posts : 297
    Windows 10 x64 1809 LTSC
       #117

    The MB schematic doesn't tell me what slot the drive is in. There are two 970 Pro's... Which one is in M2_1? Also can't tell from the BIOS. The drives have the same name. I can't see into the case, and I have to move another case out of the way to get into this case... It's too late to do it tonight I'll get on to it tomorrow.

    - - - Updated - - -

    Yes, the boot drive is definitely connected to M2_1. And I know why I did that. Because that port is behind the video card every time I want to remove the drive I have to remove the GPU, which means pulling the case out.

    Since all drives have to be disconnected every time you install Windows from scratch (which I do twice yearly), and the bottom two ports are easily accessible I put the boot drive on M2_1.

    Either way, my speeds are slower than those of other people's tests here. The drives aren't very old, even the ones on M2_2 and M2_3. Quite disappointing.

    Updating the chipset drivers or BIOS didn't make any difference.
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  8. Posts : 518
    Windows 10 Pro
       #118

    When I installed the Samsung NVMe driver, it changed my driver order around in Disk Management, Macrium Reflect, MiniTool Partition Wizard etc.
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  9. Posts : 19,208
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #119

    Stigg said:
    When I installed the Samsung NVMe driver, it changed my driver order around in Disk Management, Macrium Reflect, MiniTool Partition Wizard etc.
    It's still dead last here, same as in BIOS.
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  10. Posts : 12
    windows 10 build 2004
       #120

    please help me whenever i try to open the .exe with driver nothing happens but when i click other exe i can install them normally
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