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  1. I already tried that. It does not matter, if its balance/safe/high performance mode. Q32T1 is low no matter what setting i use. Is there something else i can disable/enable outside of inSpectre? Superfetch (SysMain) and Windows Searching services are disabled I see, that there is new Microcode available in InSpectre, but i dont know exactly what does that mean. It shows that new microcode is available, even when i tried to update intel chipset via Lenovo support page and IRST too. Should i try something else? Here is screenshot from InSpectre.
  2. Hello, i bought new SSD - Samsung SATA 860 Evo I did fresh windows 10 install (i think 1903 version) and splitted SSD to 2 Partitions Installed it in Lenovo V110-15isk Laptop Laptop is much faster, but i tried to do some benchmarks in Samsung Magician Software and CrystalDiskMark 5 and 6 Problem is, that i have almost 2x slower random 4k (4KiB Q32T1) read speeds in CrystalDiskMark - screenshot In most reviews are numbers higher that 350 MB/s, sometimes higher than 400 MB/s i have only around 200 MB/s - max. 220, everytime Other numbers are ok. In Samsung Magician Software is everything updated, but i have under 50k IOPS, every measuring Arent these nembers low for brand new SSD? I tried to update AHCI driver in Windows 10 device manager - numbers were even lower, so i restore default driver I tried to update IRST driver from Lenovo official webpage for my laptop + Intel chipset drivers I tried to enable/disable Meltdown protections in InSpectre program. It helped a little bit (from 170 to +- 200 MB/s) Is there something else i can do to solve this problem? Should i try to update BIOS to version recommended for my laptop? is it easy/safe? Should i try other AHCI driver? Which one would you suggest? I am sorry for my not very good english