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SSD and HDD Lag

1 hour ago, 78jimm said:

Neither of those options are available in my PCH Storage Configuration.

Aggressive LPM support is there, and it's already disabled.  Now click on SATA Controllers for your Kingston SSD and HDD and make sure they're both on AHCI.  Then save and reboot.  When you're in Windows, make sure that you're running at SATA 6Gb/s. 

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4 hours ago, Carfax83 said:

Aggressive LPM support is there, and it's already disabled.  Now click on SATA Controllers for your Kingston SSD and HDD and make sure they're both on AHCI.  Then save and reboot.  When you're in Windows, make sure that you're running at SATA 6Gb/s. 

In SATA Controllers it just says Enabled and Disabled.

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It's probably running in AHCI mode then.  Were you able to verify whether your drives were using SATA 6Gb/s?  Check using something like Crystal Disk info.

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12 hours ago, Carfax83 said:

It's probably running in AHCI mode then.  Were you able to verify whether your drives were using SATA 6Gb/s?  Check using something like Crystal Disk info.

They are both using SATA/600.

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