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Ryzen Sata Speed Capped at 10mbps

Hi,

 

My 2nd pc has Ryzen 3 1200, GTX 1050 Ti, 8gb ddr4 2666 and A kingston 240gb ssd. and a Asus Prime B350M-E matx motherboard. I have installed Windows 10 fresh, Boot times are REEALLLY slow. I benchmarked 

 

I've had this problem for a while now (since I bought this pc) And I have RMA'd the board 3 times. I think it's a driver issue but I don't really know what to do. I also don't see ahci driver on the registry editor.

 

Disclaimer: don't tell me that I have a broken ssd etc, This problem is with any hdd/ssd i plug into the pc. The ssd works fine on any other pc i plug it into. Also enabled ahci on my bios & latest bios update installed.

 

Update: I have tried different sata cables, not a sata cable issue.

 

Update: Crystal Disk Benchmark:Sieppaa.PNG.b75df81ba52089e85ec20c21fee5a30a.PNG

 

Task Manager: Sieppaa2.PNG.e0cc4bee6df8e7908522bb9db164b4bf.PNG

Update: while trying to install drivers: I Received this error:

Sieppaa3.PNG.443b9f32e707be6a1be532bfae2780ab.PNG

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1 minute ago, airspir said:

The ssd works fine on any other pc i plug it into.

When testing on another PC, do you use the same SATA-cable or a different one?

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Just now, WereCatf said:

When testing on another PC, do you use the same SATA-cable or a different one?

Same sata cable & different cables too. Not a sata cable issue.

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How long does it take to boot? What are you using to benchmark your read speeds? What motherboard do you have? Have you updated your BIOS and chipset drivers? 

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Just now, DrMacintosh said:

How long does it take to boot? What are you using to benchmark your read speeds? What motherboard do you have? Have you updated your BIOS and chipset drivers? 

It takes 1-3 minutes to boot (sometimes longer). I used crystaldisk to benchmark and also task manager says that top speed is 10mbs and I have 100% disk usage on 10mbs disk usage. My mobo is Asus Prime B350M-E. I have updated BIOS and when I try to install any drivers from the manufacturer site, it says that my os isn't compatible.

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1 minute ago, airspir said:

 says that my os isn't compatible.

Then that might be your problem. I recommend a reinstall. 

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I don't think you understand, this is a fresh install of Windows 10 64 bit. I have tried reinstalling but nothing seems to be working :/

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yes, that is the case for first gen ryzen:

AMD 7th Generation A-Series/Athlon X4 Processors:
1 x M.2 Socket 3, with M key, type 2242/2260/2280 storage devices support (SATA mode)

 

opps, for just a SATA drive not PCIe..

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3 minutes ago, airdeano said:

yes, that is the case for first gen ryzen:

AMD 7th Generation A-Series/Athlon X4 Processors:
1 x M.2 Socket 3, with M key, type 2242/2260/2280 storage devices support (SATA mode)

 

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Is the controller running in IDE instead of AHCI mode? While that shouldn't murder your boot times as badly as they are, it could be the problem.

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edited.. SATA III  is 6Gb/s (550MB/s) what does testing show your drive to be at and what app?

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32 minutes ago, airdeano said:

edited.. SATA III  is 6Gb/s (550MB/s) what does testing show your drive to be at and what app?

My drive is capped at 10mbs I benchmarked via crystal disk.

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Download CrystalDiskMark Disk benchmark, run it, and post the results.

 

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Hi,

 

My 2nd pc has Ryzen 3 1200, GTX 1050 Ti, 8gb ddr4 2666 and A kingston 240gb ssd. and a Asus Prime B350M-E matx motherboard. I have installed Windows 10 fresh, Boot times are REEALLLY slow. I benchmarked 

 

I've had this problem for a while now (since I bought this pc) And I have RMA'd the board 3 times. I think it's a driver issue but I don't really know what to do. I also don't see ahci driver on the registry editor.

 

Disclaimer: don't tell me that I have a broken ssd etc, This problem is with any hdd/ssd i plug into the pc. The ssd works fine on any other pc i plug it into. Also enabled ahci on my bios & latest bios update installed.

 

Update: I have tried different sata cables, not a sata cable issue.

 

Update: Crystal Disk Benchmark:Sieppaa.PNG.b75df81ba52089e85ec20c21fee5a30a.PNG

 

Task Manager: Sieppaa2.PNG.e0cc4bee6df8e7908522bb9db164b4bf.PNG

Update: while trying to install drivers: I Received this error:

Sieppaa3.PNG.443b9f32e707be6a1be532bfae2780ab.PNG

I have installed fresh copy of Windows 10 home 64-bit

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Well let's rule out if it's hardware or software by replacing the OS entirely with say Linux. If it appears to operate normally in Linux, then I would argue the Windows install you have is borked. And if you've reinstalled Windows a bunch of times, then the install media is borked.

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1 hour ago, M.Yurizaki said:

Well let's rule out if it's hardware or software by replacing the OS entirely with say Linux. If it appears to operate normally in Linux, then I would argue the Windows install you have is borked. And if you've reinstalled Windows a bunch of times, then the install media is borked.

Hi, I have installed Windows with the same usb stick on other pc's and it worked fine. I have also tried other versions of Windows on this pc and they seemed to have the same issue. I have RMA'd the board 3 times for other problems and the problem still continues. I can't install drivers for my chipset & sata because I keep getting that "incompatible os" error (image above).

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Just now, airspir said:

Hi, I have installed Windows with the same usb stick on other pc's and it worked fine. I have also tried other versions of Windows on this pc and they seemed to have the same issue. I have RMA'd the board 3 times for other problems and the problem still continues. I can't install drivers for my chipset & sata because I keep getting that "incompatible os" error (image above).

The same stick doesn't matter if it was created before the hardware in this PC is newer.

 

In any case, you still need to eliminate variables. Here's a few ways you can do it:

  • Use an up-to-date Windows install media if you're not sure how old the one you're using before is
  • Put the OS storage drive on another, known working PC and install Windows there and verify it works (or just boot into the Windows install of that PC and verify the storage works normally)
  • Install Linux on the PC in question and verify the storage performs normally
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9 hours ago, M.Yurizaki said:

The same stick doesn't matter if it was created before the hardware in this PC is newer.

 

In any case, you still need to eliminate variables. Here's a few ways you can do it:

  • Use an up-to-date Windows install media if you're not sure how old the one you're using before is
  • Put the OS storage drive on another, known working PC and install Windows there and verify it works (or just boot into the Windows install of that PC and verify the storage works normally)
  • Install Linux on the PC in question and verify the storage performs normally

Ok thanks, I'll try that out.

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