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    Re: System->Admin->Disk Utility->Benchmark results

    I <3 my Intel SSD:
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    Re: System->Admin->Disk Utility->Benchmark results

    Quote Originally Posted by Phrea View Post
    I believe some of my drives do have jumpers, I'll just yank 'em all out.
    You can probably just leave the jumpers alone. Even if they're jumpered to the 'slower' SATA I, you're still only 'limited' to 187 MB/s.

    Sure, you'll hit that barrier with a RAID setup or an SSD, but not single mechanical disk will have a problem from that jumper being in the 'slow' setting.

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    Re: System->Admin->Disk Utility->Benchmark results

    Mushkin 60GB SSD, fresh install

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    Re: System->Admin->Disk Utility->Benchmark results

    My laptop's Segate Momentus 500GB 5400.6 SATA (ST9500325AS)

    EDIT: updated the image, now contains write test also (did it from ubuntu live usb after I deleted the whole partition)
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    Western Digital Black (No raid)
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    Re: System->Admin->Disk Utility->Benchmark results

    Just got an Kingston SSD snv125 128GB (I ordered the snv425 version which is much better but the shop sent me this older one... grrrr)
    Anyway it is an improvement from my HDD on 2 posts above (I think lol as writes are quite bad but the system is way faster so...)

    Enough talking, here are the results (once again from ubuntu live usb with the drive empty)
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    Re: System->Admin->Disk Utility->Benchmark results

    WD Blue is my boot drive. I need an SSD!

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    Re: System->Admin->Disk Utility->Benchmark results

    2 750GB Hitachi hard drives.
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    Vast improvement over single drive use.



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    Re: System->Admin->Disk Utility->Benchmark results

    Quote Originally Posted by mihai007 View Post
    Just got an Kingston SSD snv125 128GB (I ordered the snv425 version which is much better but the shop sent me this older one... grrrr)
    Anyway it is an improvement from my HDD on 2 posts above (I think lol as writes are quite bad but the system is way faster so...)

    Enough talking, here are the results (once again from ubuntu live usb with the drive empty)
    is that a fresh reformat? That looks quite low
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    Re: System->Admin->Disk Utility->Benchmark results

    yes it is low, because I got the first generation of kingston SSD instead of the fourth one... bad luck, they offered a refund of 30€ because you know old tech here in SSD area does not get very cheap, it just dissapears/replaced by newer.
    Anyway I am glad that it is still way better than my 500GB hdd of which I posted the results in a post above the ssd ones.
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