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I downloaded AS SSD and the driver is iaStor and the entry is displaying 31K - BAD (not Good or OK). Also when I try to run the test. "31k - BAD" means that. The toughest benchmark available for solid state drives is AS SSD as it relies solely on incompressible data samples when testing performance.

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berryracer said:

Today I was running the AS SSD Benchmark and I noticed that there is a warning message saying: "31K BAD" so I googled it and found out that happens due to misalignment in the SSD/HDD sectors or whatever... due to new drives using a 4096 Byte cluster size and the OS telling the SSD/HDD to write 512 Byte clusters (my understanding may be wrong but the whole point is about cluster misalignment).....

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The LITEONIT LAT-256M2S ATA isn't an advanced format drive; it uses a conventional 512 byte sector size. So the problem you've encountered isn't due to 4K sector misalignment. It was due the drive being aligned at 31K, which is not evenly divisble by a 512 byte sector size i.e., 4096/512=8, 2048/512=4, 1024/512=2, but 31,744/512=62. Note that the Paragon alignment tool set the offset on your SSD at 2048.

This problem arises when users manually partition the drive, prior to installing the OS, but fail to specify an offset that's evenly divisible by 512 bytes. It also occurs when restoring a disk image created by software that didn't preserve the correct alignment, even though the image was made from a correctly aligned drive.

The native Windows 7 imaging utility, recent versions of Acronis and Paragon (among several others) software will all preserve correct alignment when creating an image or backup. The Windows 7 installer will automatically set the correct offset only when a fresh installation is done on an unallocated drive, or a manually partitioned drive that's already correctly offset.


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I recently asked a question about why my SSD was only scoring 6.7 in WEI. After following lots of SSD optimization techniques it had only improved to 6.8 but I came to the conclusion that WEI was not very accurate and to use it as more of a troubleshooter for under performing hardware than a benchmark. I decided that my SSD was still fast (14 second boot). But after a while I realized that I can't just leave it at that so I ran AS SSD on both my SSD and HDD to compare, here are the results for my SSD:

AS SSD Benchmark 1.6.4237.30508
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Name: OCZ-PETROL ATA Device
Firmware: 3.12
Controller: msahci
Offset: 31 K - BAD <---------- What is this?
Size: 59.62 GB
Date: 22/07/2012 19:46:22
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Sequential:
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Read: 115.09 MB/s
Write: 54.43 MB/s
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4K:
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Read: 9.40 MB/s
Write: 11.02 MB/s
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4K-64Threads:
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Read: 42.13 MB/s
Write: 9.99 MB/s
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Access Times:
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Read: 0.260 ms
Write: 0.234 ms
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Score:
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Read: 63
Write: 26
Total: 123
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Underneath msahci where is says 31k - BAD what is this and how to I make it good?
Are these good timings?

Thanks!

 

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CRYSTAL DISK BENCHMARK VER. 3.0 X64

Crystal Disk Benchmark is used to measure read and write performance through sampling of highly compressible data (oFill/1Fill), or random data which is, for the most part, incompressible. Performance is virtually identical, regardless of data sample so we have included only that using random data samples.

Crucial M550 1TB SSD Crystal DiskMark Result

If we look back at our Crystal DiskMark result of the M500, we definitely see a speed boost, perhaps at the cost of 4KQD32 read and writes speeds as they are distinctly lower than the M500. Very impressive is the low 4K write speed of 127MB/s which is the highest we have seen to date on any single SSD, whether it be in a CPU optimized or standard system.

AS SSD BENCHMARK VER 1.6

The toughest benchmark available for solid state drives is AS SSD as it relies solely on incompressible data samples when testing performance.  For the most part, AS SSD tests can be considered the ‘worst case scenario’ in obtaining data transfer speeds and many enthusiasts like AS SSD for their needs. Transfer speeds are displayed on the left with IOPS results on the right.

Crucial M550 1TB SSD AS SSD ResultCrucial M550 1TB SSD AS SSD IOPS ResultLooking at throughput, once again the high sequential performance is great with the low 4K write speed at 107MB/s and a score of 1093.  We also get our first look at IOPS with 87635 being the high for read and 73764 IOPS being the high for write.  These are a bit lower than listed IOPS specs of 95K read and 85K write.

Crucial M550 1TB SSD AS SSD Copy Benchmark Result

AS SSD Copy Benchmark shows great transfer speeds and total transfer times when transferring the .ISO ans Game, however, transfer of a program could have stepped it up a bit.

ANVIL STORAGE UTILITIES PROFESSIONAL

Anvil Storage Utilities (ASU) are the most complete test bed available for the solid state drive today.  The benchmark displays test results for, not only throughput but also, IOPS and Disk Access Times.  Not only does it have a preset SSD benchmark, but also, it has included such things as endurance testing and threaded I/O read, write and mixed tests, all of which are very simple to understand and use in our benchmark testing.

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Although throughput and IOPS were decent, we wanted to see if we could increase IOPS to listed specifications of 95K read and 85K write:

Crucial M550 1TB SSD Anvil 4KQD32 94562 Read IOPSCrucial M550 1TB SSD Anvil 4KQD16 87525 Write IOPS

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The SSD Review uses benchmark software called PCMark Vantage x64 HDD Suite to create testing scenarios that might be used in the typical user experience. There are eight tests in all and the tests performed record the speed of data movement in MB/s to which they are then given a numerical score after all of the tests are complete. The simulations are as follows:

  • Windows Defender In Use
  • Streaming Data from storage in games such as Alan Wake which allows for massive worlds and riveting non-stop action
  • Importing digital photos into Windows Photo Gallery
  • Starting the Vista Operating System
  • Home Video editing with Movie Maker which can be very time consuming
  • Media Center which can handle video recording, time shifting and streaming from Windows media center to an extender such as XBox
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The Crucial M550 1TB SSD achieved a Total Score of 75885 which is an excellent result.  Seven of the eight tests had resulting transfer speeds in the SATA 3 range and the highest recorded was 429MB/s when video editing in Windows Movie Maker.

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Let’s take a look at where this SSD stands in our PCMark Vantage SSD Hierarchy of 2.5″ notebook SSDs:

Crucial M550 SSD Top Ten PCMark Vantage Chart

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SSD install - what do I need to watch out for when reconfiguring SATA ports?

I installed a Samsung 840 SSD in a Windows 7 machine. It seems to be working fine, but I'm not seeing the expected performance. The AS SSD benchmark gives 76 for read and 138 for write. At the upper left of the benchmark it says "pciide - BAD" and "31K - BAD".

I'm assuming the "pciide BAD" means the motherboard (Gigabyte GA-P35-DS4) is configured as IDE emulation and needs to change to native SATA. I don't know what the "31K" refers to. The bios settings look like this: enter image description here

I saw this article that indicates that changing the SATA mode of the boot drive can cause problems (Blue Screen): Error message occurs after you change the SATA mode of the boot drive

What is the correct procedure to change the SATA Mode without causing a system failure? Apply the registry change from the MSFT article above first, then reboot and change the SATA mode? Will the SATA mode change in the BIOS affect other drives?

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refurbished actually.

sigh, this sorta makes me sad :-(
also i just realized that my ssd cant use TRIM because XP doesnt support that apparently.
so maybe these numbers are XP's fault or its both XP and the used drive itself thats giving low #s.

is there any other possible reason? i got a sata 2 mobo and XP Pro is currently running.

hddtune reports all green in terms of the numerical smart stats...

i outta look at the actually specs of the drive and see how much damaged it is, perhaps i should reconsider an exchange? or would people agree that the drive is at least in decent enough condition..??

plus what is the BAD 31K in the corner there??
i will say windows xp boots in 10 secs flat!
and then i am in complete control and theres no lag during login. quite amazing even if shes a bit damaged.


um also, i still dont have a clear understanding of the 4k, sequential etc etc? which ones mean which and which ones should i be focused on or worried about? im really using it as a gaming rig and boot times and game level load times app laod times, these were all factors i considered for upgrading to ssd tech.

also should i upgrade firmware?
i know lots of questions in one post!

i realized this f60 wasnt high end either but i figured they are one of the few that Supossedly maintain common speeds even on
the lower capacity models, whereas other higher end ssds tend to suck ass for speeds when u go to the 40-80 gig range. the controllers are often 44% slower if u dont get a 120gb as the minimum entry...

Thread: SSD / HDD Alignment made wonders for me!

QuoteOriginally Posted by BubbaleoneView Post

The LITEONIT LAT-256M2S ATA isn't an advanced format drive; it uses a conventional 512 byte sector size. So the problem you've encountered isn't due to 4K sector misalignment. It was due the drive being aligned at 31K, which is not evenly divisble by a 512 byte sector size i.e., 4096/512=8, 2048/512=4, 1024/512=2, but 31,744/512=62. Note that the Paragon alignment tool set the offset on your SSD at 2048.

This problem arises when users manually partition the drive, prior to installing the OS, but fail to specify an offset that's evenly divisible by 512 bytes. It also occurs when restoring a disk image created by software that didn't preserve the correct alignment, even though the image was made from a correctly aligned drive.

The native Windows 7 imaging utility, recent versions of Acronis and Paragon (among several others) software will all preserve correct alignment when creating an image or backup. The Windows 7 installer will automatically set the correct offset only when a fresh installation is done on an unallocated drive, or a manually partitioned drive that's already correctly offset.


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What is your AS SSD Benchmark score?

Hello everyone and I apologize in advance for errors - English is not my native language. My problem is that they, do not really understand why the disk parameters differ from the actual ( Read: 520 MB/s / Write: 340 MB/s ) , and as I read the current data - which means 31K BAD? SDD disk is plugged in mSATA plug-in motherboard (Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H) Whether in terms of speed, the problem can be used socket on the motherboard? (3Gb / s)

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Hello again. After using the Paragon - SSD looks ok, but it remains a question of Speeds

 

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Auric said:

I don't know the answer to those questions but can help switch to AHCI. It's as simple as booting from another installation of Windows and adding the drivers with DriverInjection GUI. Without another system you typically boot a preinstalled environment disc (BartPE, UBCD4Win, Hiren's) and then access DriverInjection and the particular storage drivers from an installed drive or external flash.

http://www.911cd.net/forums//index.php?showtopic=22523&st=0

Here is an Intel 32-bit driver package:
http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?6skeg4g7g5d52fy

Click to expand.

Is your link to the Intel 32-bit driver package for all Intel SATA controllers, or specifically for the chipset my R61i uses? Thank you Auric, I'll try it.

razel said:

With ACHI enabled, which includes NCQ your 4kq32 score should be closer to your 512k score. With a typical daily computing computing, disk queues will be in the single digits 95&#37; of the time. Having ACHI enabled also enables power management features.

Click to expand.

I use it for live audio: streaming large sample libraries realtime via a few MIDI controllers, and using audio effects on 5 mics, right now hosting it with Cubase. You have any idea if this might be queuing into the double digits?

I had no idea IDE was incapable of power management features, as ssd benchmark 31k bad, or do you mean enhanced power management? Am I right to assume AHCI power management would be a negligible improvement with an SSD (or with the X25-m 120GB)?

 

Thread: SSD / HDD Alignment made wonders for me!

QuoteOriginally Posted by BubbaleoneView Post

The LITEONIT LAT-256M2S ATA isn't an advanced format drive; it uses a conventional 512 byte sector size. So the problem you've encountered isn't due to 4K sector misalignment. It was due the drive being aligned at 31K, which is not evenly divisble by a 512 byte sector size i.e., 4096/512=8, 2048/512=4, 1024/512=2, but 31,744/512=62. Note that the Paragon alignment tool set the offset on your SSD at 2048.

This problem arises as ssd benchmark 31k bad users manually partition the drive, prior to installing the OS, but fail to specify an offset that's evenly divisible by 512 bytes, as ssd benchmark 31k bad. It also occurs when restoring a disk image created by software that didn't preserve the correct alignment, even though the image was made from a correctly aligned drive.

The native Windows 7 imaging utility, recent versions of Acronis and Paragon (among several others) software will all preserve correct alignment when creating an image or backup. The Windows 7 installer will automatically set the correct offset only when a fresh installation is done on an unallocated drive, or a manually partitioned drive that's already correctly offset.


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CRYSTAL DISK BENCHMARK VER. 3.0 X64

Crystal Disk Benchmark is used to measure read and write performance through sampling of highly compressible data (oFill/1Fill), or random data which is, for the most part, incompressible. Performance is virtually identical, regardless of data sample so we have included only that using random data samples.

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If we look back at our Crystal DiskMark result of the M500, we definitely see a speed boost, perhaps at the cost of 4KQD32 read and writes speeds as they are distinctly lower than the M500. Very impressive is the low 4K write speed of 127MB/s which is the highest we have seen to date on filmora by wondershare single SSD, whether it be in a CPU optimized or standard system.

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The toughest benchmark available for solid state drives is AS SSD as it relies solely on incompressible data samples when testing performance.  For the most part, AS SSD tests can be considered the ‘worst case scenario’ in obtaining data transfer speeds and many enthusiasts like AS SSD for their needs. Transfer speeds are displayed on the left with IOPS results on the right.

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Hello everyone and I apologize in advance for errors - English is not my native language. My problem is that they, do not really understand why as ssd benchmark 31k bad disk parameters differ from the actual ( Read: 520 MB/s / Write: 340 MB/s )and as I read the current data - which means 31K BAD? SDD disk is plugged in mSATA plug-in motherboard (Gigabyte Z77X-UD3H) Whether in terms of speed, the problem can be used socket on the motherboard? (3Gb / s)

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Hello again. After using the Paragon - SSD looks ok, as ssd benchmark 31k bad, but it remains a question of Speeds

 

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