SSD Samsung Evo 850 & Samsung Magician RAPID mode

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  1. Posts : 9
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    SSD Samsung Evo 850 & Samsung Magician RAPID mode


    Hi guys, i'm using win 10 pro x64 on a samsung evo 850 120gb ssd. My samsung magician just can't recognize the OS, anyone knows how to fix? Thank you and sorry for my bad grammar!
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  2. Word Man's Avatar
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    Nope - Unless you really need a deep queue service, it's snake oil anyways. You can following an ongoing conversation here: Samsung Magician
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  3. JohnC's Avatar
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    I have a 850 Pro. Rapid mode is not available for W10 yet. I'm still waiting too.
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  4. Posts : 9
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    ok I get it, I just ask to know if that was a problem because I don't need that rapid mode anyway :), thank you!
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  5. Word Man's Avatar
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    hopquang95 said:
    ok I get it, I just ask to know if that was a problem because I don't need that rapid mode anyway :), thank you!
    By the way - Welcome to TenForums!:)
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  6. stealth2920's Avatar
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    JohnC said:
    I have a 850 Pro. Rapid mode is not available for W10 yet. I'm still waiting too.
    Actually if you really want it for Win 10 you have to use the previous version. I have it enabled but really don't see any difference with it on or off. Version 4.5
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  7. Posts : 9
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    By the way - Welcome to TenForums!:)
    Yes, I'm looking forward for further help (and improve my english too )
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    stealth2920 said:
    Actually if you really want it for Win 10 you have to use the previous version. I have it enabled but really don't see any difference with it on or off. Version 4.5
    Thank you, but I think that rapid mode may do harm to ssd or sth like that (not really harm but I mean no good ), and it's no need for normal use
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    hopquang95 said:
    Thank you, but I think that rapid mode may do harm to ssd or sth like that (not really harm but I mean no good ), and it's no need for normal use
    Then don't turn it on.
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  10. Posts : 558
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    I researched it to death and i think it does no harm , seems to me it's all about the inflated benchmarks but for day to day usage i'm convinced it does absolutely nothing lol.

    Fortunately for Samsung though , a TON of people really fall for those benchmark numbers and like to show off to others which i will never understand.

    If it's not increasing performance in real life which is NOTICEABLE when compared to not using it why even bother , seems like a big scam to me and i have an 850 Pro .

    After switching out a much slower SSD that gets much poorer benchmark #'s than the Samsung, i was very surprised to see that in real world computing , you can't tell a difference at all .

    I was expecting the Samsung to definitely have an edge in speed and overall performance but i saw none of it , benchmarks are superior on the Samsung but real life performance is the same .
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