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  • internetaffairs
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    I think in CDM compresses data and Sandforce controllers gives inaccurate results because of that, so under File > Test Data, you have to select 0 Fill.

    I got excellent results with the Stamatisx Tweak.

    http://forum.notebookreview.com/hard...isx-tweak.html

    I have an intel core i5-750 + a p55 motherboard using the 60gb Phoenix Pro Series SSD Firmware 3.1

    Before



    After





    After JJB tweak (with Stamatisx Tweak)

    http://forum.notebookreview.com/hard...jjb-tweak.html



    even better
    Last edited by internetaffairs; 11-20-2010, 05:20 PM.

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  • MeNtAl_DaRkNeSs
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    Originally posted by SamLo View Post
    Asus N61JQ-JX041V is use Intel HM55 chipset. Intel Series 5 chipset can not take full advantage of fast SSDs'. The problems seem to be caused by an agressive implementation of power saving features.

    There are two tweaks to handle this issue.
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/hard...isx-tweak.html
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/hard...jjb-tweak.html
    Eheh Thanks a lot SamLo!!!

    I followed all tutorials you mentioned, here are the results:



    Huge Improvement! All thanks to you :P
    I advise GSkill to warn all users, about this issue with HM55 Chipset.

    Best Regards to all

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  • SamLo
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    Asus N61JQ-JX041V is use Intel HM55 chipset. Intel Series 5 chipset can not take full advantage of fast SSDs'. The problems seem to be caused by an agressive implementation of power saving features.

    There are two tweaks to handle this issue.
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/hard...isx-tweak.html
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/hard...jjb-tweak.html

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  • thenewbloke
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    Your not the only person to experience this. I had the same problem. Then like an idiotI went and upgraded my firmware in the hope that it would help - clearly not.
    Let's see if/what the G.Skill team has to say.

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  • GSKill 2.5'' SSD Phoenix Pro 120GB - Benchmarks

    Hi everyone,
    first of all sorry to open another thread about benchmarks... but I need some feedback about my GSkill Phoenix Pro 120Gb. :P

    System Specs:
    Laptop: Asus N61JQ-JX041V, I removed my Optical Drive to install a second HDD.
    HDD1: GSkill Phoenix Pro 120Gb
    HDD2: Western Digital Scorpio Blue 640Gb
    SO: Windows 7 Home Premium x64 with some optimizations: SSD Tweaker and from this forum:

    Change Windows registy to improve your SSD performance

    SSD Tweaks Ver 1.2

    BIOS: v212 (latest) in AHCI mode
    Intel Rapid Storage Technology: V9.6.0.1014 installed
    Intel Chipset Software: V9.2.0.1015 installed
    No Anti-Virus installed!

    History:
    - Bought on 15-11-2010
    - Installed on Laptop, immediately upgraded the firmware to v3.1
    - Secure Erase using Parted Magic (had some problems with being "frozen", but i managed to unfrozen it)
    - Aligned with Diskpart:
    - "Create partition primary align = 1024"
    - Formated NTFS - 4k

    Benchmarks made after the steps mentioned above:

    ATTO Benchmark

    Left Pic its from the review made on GSKill Phoenix Pro 120Gb on http://www.tweaktown.com



    Based on the results i decided to leave Intel Rapid Storage out of my System.

    Crystal Disk Mark x64:




    After this i decided restore my Windows 7 to the SSD, using Acronis maintaining the alignment! I followed this tutorial: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUu9InlfD_c

    Benchmarks after the restore:

    AS SSD Benchmark & ATTO



    Not Happy with the results i decided to try the Diskeeper 2010 with HyperFast and AS-Cleaner, in order to optimize the SSD.
    Here are the results:

    ATTO:



    Crystal Disk Mark:



    HD Tune:



    So my question is...
    Are these results normal in a new SSD? If not, what can i do? RMA?

    Best Regards to all
    Last edited by MeNtAl_DaRkNeSs; 11-19-2010, 02:48 PM. Reason: HD Tune Benchmark added!
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