Thank you for sharing these details but I would like to know more information about this.
Can tell me if this issue appears when gaming only? What if you try copying files from the SSD to another device or vice versa?
Besides the above, can you confirm where is the SSD connected? Is it connected to an Intel Controller or Marvel? What is the brand and model of the computer?
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Hi Kevin, thx for answer.
I have no problem with copy from ssd to hdd or vice versa. And yes, i am suffer from stuttering only in games. No problems with other 2 hdd.
As said its not constant stuttering, its mostly like 'random' freezes.
Here some information from SSD Toolbox:
Controller - Intel(R) 8 Series/C220 Chipset Family SATA AHCI Controller.
Driver version - 126.96.36.1991
Asus z87 PRO (V-Edition)
Asus 780 gtx 3gb
2hdd 640+1Tb and ssd.
I am trying you advice, but i am not sure what i must choose here?
Hello, thought I'd hijack your thread instead of starting a new one since I'm having similar issues.
I wanted to speed my music production up a little by having a secondary SSD instead of HDD where I store all audio files.
I have the NUC D54250WYKH with a Samsung 840EVO mSATA 120 gb as the OS disk (Windows 7 installed with UEFI) and an intel 530 120 gb as the secondary drive where I store all audio files. This does not only relate to music production, it relates to anything where read/write to the 530 disk happens. The stuttering is so bad I get flashbacks from using a Pentium 4 PC from 2004, disgusting.
1. I have the latest BIOS and latest drivers for everything.
2. I have tried various settings in BIOS with no success.
3. The stuttering only happens when the 530 drive is being actively used by any software.
I was really hoping I could avoid a mechanical drive since loading song arrangements is superfast now, but I can't do any kind of mixing or editing when the mouse cursor moves like crazy. It is 2014, not 2004.