Need to benchmark the input/output speed on a ssd(s)


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    Need to benchmark the input/output speed on a ssd(s)


    Need to check the I/O of my ssd with different configurations adapter's hardware etc. I have recently noticed a slow down of the system in the last week or so. Windows sfc /scannow, Dism etc shows no errors. Already tried the Exploit protection setting without any difference. But I want hard numbers rather than seem like stuff.
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    Hi,
    Crystal disk mark ?
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    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    Crystal disk mark ?
    TX.. Tried that a little bit earlier. My results were terrible, 541Mb/s read and 348 Mb/s write. If that is correct, I got lots of problems. Tried version 5 and 6. Tried same test on one of my HDD, results were 182 & 116.
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    Hi,
    Here's my new samsung 850 pro
    Your read is about the same
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    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    Here's my new samsung 850 pro
    Your read is about the same
    Took another Benchmark with a program called NovaBench, pretty much the same. Numbers don't mean much unless you go to their site and do a comparison against other cpu, ram, gpu and disk scores from other users. Looks like mine is somewhere in the middle. At least I have a number now that I can test against. Tx My SSD is Adata sp550, will try it again with my sammy
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    And here it is with my samsung SSD., not as good as the Adata...bummer.
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    What are you benchmarking ? A Samsung 830 ?

    What are the advertised speeds for it ?

    That`s an old drive. Is it running at Sata 3 6Gbps ?
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    Speeds look at par for those disks, how much did you expect ?
    To make sure they run at their maximum speeds, make sure they are plugged in SATA3, in AHCI mode, Trim is enabled and that you have right drivers for SATA controller.
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    When using CrystalDiskMark set your test file size to 1GB and your Que depth to 32 for SATA SSD's Your numbers should improve.

    Samsung EVO 850 500GB
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