I post this thread to guide some tweaks for Phoenix/Phoenix Pro SSD.
1. Phoenix/Phoenix Pro SSD generally would get better performance in AHCI mode.
You can set AHCI mode in BIOS, where the option is vary on different motherboard.
Check this information in your manual of your motherboard.
2. Align partitions to 4KB boundaries.
3. Don't run Benchmark such as "CrystalDiskMark (CDM) "、"AS SSD" so frequently. Test filesize don't set too large with so many cycles. Because such behavior would create temporary uncompressible data that will "dirty" the NAND flashes. With more tests, the performance get worse.
4. Thanks svg , he give us his experience that his BIOS settings could decrease the access time. See his post here
If you have any other tweaks or your personal experiences that could drive Phoenix/Phoenix Pro SSD better, we will be glad to see the information shared to each other in this thread.