My configuration is as follows:
Boards: Hua Qing X99
Memory: g.skill DDR4 2400 32G
Video card: GALAXY GTX980TI Hall of Fame
Hard disk: Intel750 400G PCI-e
System: Windows7 Pro
5 PCI-e slot on the motherboard, just plug a video card and a INTEL750ssd.
Super slow boot up to 26 seconds does not say, after booting when you open Google chrome, software interface card more than ten seconds to appear, did not respond to any other programs during and just crashed.
After using the fast has not found it in where open programs are feeling as intel730, time card, almost the same as partial disability.
Disk cache cannot be enabled in the policy, I do not know what is the reason?
Firmware and drivers are up to date, how to solve the problem of open programs Caton? Look solutions, Thanks!
You are using the latest firmware, version 8EV10174, is that correct?
Does your mother board's UEFI/BIOS support NVMe?
Does your mother board have UEFI firmware?
What are you using for an NVMe driver?
Are you sure the PCIe slot you are using with the 750 is at least a PCIe 3.0 x4 slot? A PCIe slot may be x16 physically in size, but may be x16, x8, or x4 electrically.
The Intel 750 SSD does not support Windows write caching.
The X99 platform is based on an Intel enterprise/professional chipset, which is not designed for fast starting. It's POST process is longer, since it has more hardware and system resources to verify (quad channel memory, eight DIMM slots, 40 PCIe 3.0 lanes, multiple PCIe x16 slots, 10 SATA ports, etc.) You cannot expect to have fast startup/boot times with an X99 system, even when using an NVMe SSD. The more complex and sophisticated a mother board is, the longer it will take to complete the POST process.
Also, if you are not using the UEFI firmware's capabilities (setting the CSM UEFI option to Disabled), you will be booting Windows 7 in Legacy BIOS mode, which is slower. Windows 7 needs to have the location of the EFI boot loader modified, or by other methods, to use the Windows EFI boot loader.
NVMe is a different protocol than SATA, and uses its own Storage Controller, which you should see in Device Manager. The POST process must now verify the NVMe controller, which is adds additional time to the POST process.
I'm sorry but I cannot understand the parts of your post I have highlighted in bold in the translation, above. I think you are saying Chrome takes a long time to load, and other programs are crashing. I don't understand at all the "using fast has not found it", or the rest of that sentence. The translator program did not do a good job, sorry to say.
This message was posted on behalf of Intel Corporation1 of 1 people found this helpful
As informed by parsec, there are important points to be considered as the Intel® Solid State Drive 750 Series in order to guarantee expected performance.
Please, check if the motherboard is running the latest BIOS update.
In order to guarantee that the SSD shows the expected performance once it's in use, please make sure you are using the latest NVMe* drivers. For your convenience, here is the link to it: Intel® SSD Data Center Family for NVMe Drivers version 188.8.131.522 alternatively, you can use Windows* own inbox drivers but the performance difference is noticeable
Additionally, this link will help you to confirm if your SSD is running the latest firmware: Firmware Versions for Intel® Solid State Drives and you can use one of the tools below to download it.
Intel® Solid State Drive Toolbox version 3.3.7
Intel® SSD Data Center Tool version 3.0.2
Intel® SSD Firmware Update Tool version 2.1.5
Please, rest assured that our engineers are continuously working to improve this.
*If you prefer to have support in Chinese, please let us know so we can look into that for you as well.
This message was posted on behalf of Intel Corporation
We are glad to know that after using the Intel® SSD Toolbox version 3.3.7 and updating the firmware the SSD is faster now. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do do to assist you.