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Are these CrystalDiskMark results any good?

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6 minutes ago, iHomer said:

Are these CrystalDiskMark results any good?

What SSD do you have?

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They sequential reads and writes are decent, but the random reads and writes look pretty low for an NVMe drive. They'd also be more useful on a bigger drive.

-KuJoe

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2 minutes ago, r2724r16 said:

What SSD do you have?

Don't know lol

Its in my Lenovo laptop that I use for university

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2 minutes ago, KuJoe said:

They sequential reads and writes are decent, but the random reads and writes look pretty low for an NVMe drive. They'd also be more useful on a bigger drive.

Yeah thats what I was thinking, Ive never see that 1600mb/s tho, even on a samsung evo

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1 minute ago, iHomer said:

Yeah thats what I was thinking, Ive never see that 1600mb/s tho, even on a samsung evo

The 1600MB/s is one of the highest I've seen, but the other numbers look pretty low so I'm not sure how it's hitting that high. I remember seeing the same thing on my Lenovo X1 Carbon, it had some high sequential reads and writes but random I/O wasn't anything special.

-KuJoe

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3 minutes ago, KuJoe said:

The 1600MB/s is one of the highest I've seen, but the other numbers look pretty low so I'm not sure how it's hitting that high. I remember seeing the same thing on my Lenovo X1 Carbon, it had some high sequential reads and writes but random I/O wasn't anything special.

yeah its not a X1 carbon lol

its the 320s

only use it for word and (very) light browsing 

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3 minutes ago, KuJoe said:

The 1600MB/s is one of the highest I've seen, but the other numbers look pretty low so I'm not sure how it's hitting that high. I remember seeing the same thing on my Lenovo X1 Carbon, it had some high sequential reads and writes but random I/O wasn't anything special.

If they use Samsung SSDs then it's most likely using their "Rapid Mode" thing which you can tell from the Samsung Magician software, it uses your RAM to cache things and can give really inflated read benchmark scores.

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3 minutes ago, imreloadin said:

If they use Samsung SSDs then it's most likely using their "Rapid Mode" thing which you can tell from the Samsung Magician software, it uses your RAM to cache things and can give really inflated read benchmark scores.

I highly doubt that its a samsung drive, its a $400 laptop lol

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6 minutes ago, imreloadin said:

If they use Samsung SSDs then it's most likely using their "Rapid Mode" thing which you can tell from the Samsung Magician software, it uses your RAM to cache things and can give really inflated read benchmark scores.

Good call! I just checked the device properties and it is a Samsung drive (CM871a) in my Lenovo.

-KuJoe

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4 minutes ago, KuJoe said:

Good call! I just checked the device properties and it is a Samsung drive (CM871a) in my Lenovo.

apparently mines a liteon ca1-8d128

 

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15 minutes ago, imreloadin said:

If they use Samsung SSDs then it's most likely using their "Rapid Mode" thing which you can tell from the Samsung Magician software, it uses your RAM to cache things and can give really inflated read benchmark scores.

4GB ram, with chrome open, doubt its caching much tbh

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getting even higher with the laptop on "high powered" mode

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I decided to throw all of my CrystalDiskMark results into one gallery for comparison sake. I'll add more if I can get around to finding the screenshots or if I get around to digging up my other SATA and NVMe SSDs.

 

-KuJoe

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3 minutes ago, KuJoe said:

I decided to throw all of my CrystalDiskMark results into one gallery for comparison sake. I'll add more if I can get around to finding the screenshots or if I get around to digging up my other SATA and NVMe SSDs.

 

Haha nice!

 

My laptop is perfectly fine, speed wise. Boots up in 2.2 seconds! All I use it for is a bit of note taking on word or onenote, a bit of java (using eclipse) and running Ubuntu (emulator thingy on windows). 

 

With all these cheap ssd's in laptops now, I want to find a cheap used one on eBay and stick it in my desktop and see how it performs!

 

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