2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 19, 2009 2:30 AM by Davee

    Low burst rate (85 Mb/s) X25-M

      I just recently bought the SSD, but after testing the burst rate was far to low.

      Testresults with HD Tune 2.55, Windows 7 and Vista64.

       

      Readspeeds:

      Min: 154,2

      Max 229,4

      Avg 214,9

      Acc 0,1ms

      Burst 85,3

       

      I am using the 8820 firmware.

      Motherboard: Gigabyte (DS4 if i am not mistaken)

      CPU: E8400

       

      Who can help me?

        • 1. Re: Low burst rate (85 Mb/s) X25-M
          omnaest

          Hi,

           

          i ve got the same or a similar problem...

           

          OS: Vista Business x86 32bit

          Intel x25-m ssd 80gb

           

          ahcpi mode

           

          4gb ram

           

          intel 1,86ghz core duo

           

          thinkpad x200 tablet

           

           

           

          hdtune:

            transferrates:

              read:

                max:175MB/sec

                min: 63MB/sec

                aver: 153MB/sec

            access time: 0.2ms

            burst rate: 62.8MB/sec

            CPU: 23%

            

          Unfortunately Vista seems often to hang for about a second.

           

          The system is newly installed about 3 weeks ago...

           

          Tanks for Help from me, too!!

          • 2. Re: Low burst rate (85 Mb/s) X25-M
            Davee

            Also ran tests with HD Tune.

            SSD x25-M 80G - with latest firmware which I believe is 8820

             

            OS - Windows 7 - 64bit

            4GB

            Intel 3.16 Core 2 Duo

             

            Hdtune

            Transfer Rates

             

            Max 227.9 mb

            Min 206.1 mb

            Aver. 225.4

             

            Access Time 0.0ms ?

            Burst Rate 104.1 /sec

             

            CPU usage -1.0 (This is obviously not being reported correctly)

             

            This is on a fresh windows install and a drive only 48 hours old.