Intel Optane 900P SSD

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  1. ole!!!

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    i cleared them, but you can just find small files within windows either compressible or in compressible shouldn't matter to the SSDs nowadays. copy it to folder and redo that like 100 times, then select the 100 copy it another 100 times u'll get 10k files.

    edit: i just made another one uploaded to mega. donno how to do one without encryption key its pretty annoying. https://mega.nz/#!yAo1AbgC!dnmAjgJDmJysMR1ixPOvT_JcI44Er6SaNpSyQ60mpxM
     
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    That's alright. I was hoping to run the same test using the same exact files on my end to get an idea of comparisons. Maybe another time.
     
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    specific settings to watch out for cause they dont show in my screenshot, i'll test it with fast copy later tonight. in my screenshot is old version 2.11, if you're using 3.4+ then use these settings i'll be testing with same settings.

    defaults
    - buffer 256 MB
    - Alt Stream uncheck
    - ACL uncheck
    - verify uncheck
    - ETA finishTime uncheck
    speed control at full speed

    I/o settings
    - Max I/O size 1
    - num of overlap I/O issue 1
    - make sure MinSectorSize box unchecked
    - OS cache settings, change both on NTFS and FAT box to 1. (default is 64 on NTFS and 128 on FAT).
    - uncheck box directory fetch

    rest don't really matter.
     
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    OK... Here's a copy from the Samsung 960 Pro NVMe (512GB) to a Ram Disk.

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    What Ram Disk should I use? I'm using IMDisk, and with those settings, I see the 'WRITES' to the ramdisk are the bottleneck. Reads from the Samsung 960 Pro are done 14s into the test, but there are still 72MB of writes to the ramdisk needed to finish.

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    check your settings defaults and I/O settings with mine.
    I use primo ramdisk, cluster size is 4k, v5.6.0

    sets.jpg fastcopy - Copy.jpg
     
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    @jclausius how did the test go with those settings? btw i use logical, scsi disk. not direct I/O.
     
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    Sorry didn't get a chance to mess with it. I was working on the Linux side of things this weekend. Something is definitely wrong as I don't think the NVMe should perform that poorly on Reads and the Ram Disk should outpace that. Not sure what gives, but this is not a priority to fix as I'm not really using Win 10 much these days.

    That reminds me. What OS was this tested under? I'm running Win 10 pro with no tuning after plain driver installs. What clocks? I run just stock.
     
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    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks!! STAHP! Dont buy FILTH...

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