Hi, you can try to set to AHCI and run the test again. if it doesn't work, try updating the FW of the drive.
TRIM does not work automatically with Intel drivers, so you need to run Optimizer from Intel SSD Toolbox either manually or via a schedule. I assume you are not doing RAID and have Disk Defragmenter disabled or turned off for your SSD.
What is the firmware version installed on your SSD?
AHCI Is Set
Newest Firmware Is Applied
I will turn off defragment and then run intel optimizer again and see what the result will be
Actually for 1 test I got 250 MB/s result as read and then in 100's again
Picutre link below
Why are you using AS SSD in first post and then showing us Crystal Mark? Stick to using one test method and I suggest AS SSD.
It was I who told you to disable or turn off Disk Defragmenter. When taking suggestions from someone, you should reply to that someone if you want that someone to continue helping you.
There were other things I mentioned in my message to you that were not answered. Anyway, run AS SSD and post a picture of what you get.
I already ran the optimizer from intel ssd toolbox
and im not running raid , AHCI ,
whats weaird is that i was getting 250 read before getting the matrix storage drivers
Image From AS SSD
The first thing I suggest is go with AHCI mode. Why are you not running in AHCI mode?
If you need guidance switiching to AHCI mode, here are steps to take:
Tip 3: Enabling AHCI to speed up hard drive operations
The Advanced Host Controller Interface needs to be enabled in the computer’s bios. Windows 7 will not load if this is done without ensuring that the AHCI driver is loaded in the operating system (which it is not by default). The benefit of enabling AHCI is that it will speed up read and write operations of the hard drive if the hard drive supports AHCI. It is therefor recommended to check the hard drive first to ensure that it is supporting AHCI.
Here is a step by step guide to enabling AHCI in the Windows 7 Registry.
* Press [Windows R], enter [regedit] and hit [enter].
* This opens the Windows Registry editor.
* Move to the path HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESystemCurrentControlSetServicesMsahci
* Locate the parameter [Start] on the right side and double-click it.
* Change its value from 3 to 0
* Restart the computer and enable AHCI in the bios
Windows will install the AHCI drivers on the next start and prompt for another reboot afterwards.
In addition to the above, I suggest using the default AHCI driver, msahci, installed by Windows 7.
OK, I see you have 02HD firmware.
And do your testing with AS SSD--stick with one type of benchmark testing software.
Be sure you`ve connected your SSD to "Sata 1" port!
My SSD has max. 140MB/s speed because my chipset is Sata150.
I`d switch off the antivirus program just in case.
I have my main SSD in port 2 without any issues. SATA 150 is not SATA 2, just SATA 1.
He claims to have had over 200MB/s before installing the Matrix drivers, so I doubt the port his SSD is in is any issue.
I guess you didn't see the following in his last post:
"whats weaird is that i was getting 250 read before getting the matrix storage drivers"
I know I`ve Sata 1=Sata 150 no doubt about it.
I`ve just noted it.
From the first post:
EDIT 3 :
After bios Update Read Speeds Are Maximum 140 MB/s any way to boost that?".
I`ve no clue why is that happened?
Maybe after the BIOS Update he should`ve load the factory default settings and re-configurate all the settings?
You can't just read the first post in a thread to know what is going on! You should read other posts by the OP to know all that you need to know to help--even better is reading all the posts in a thread, especially when it's as short as this one.
If you read his last post, you would know he said "whats weaird is that i was getting 250 read before getting the matrix storage drivers"
Well after I did the matrix drivers and updated bios I was getting good write speeds but the read went down
and I do have AHCI enabled in my bios
But your last screenshot of AS SSD shows iaStor as the driver--not msahci. Something doesn't quite make sense here. If you have BIOS set to AHCI and msahci driver installed, AS SSD would show msahci as your driver, not iaStor.