*** Official Clevo P65xRS(-G), P65xRP6(-G) / Sager NP8153(-S), NP8152(-S) Owner's Lounge ***

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  1. mtx0011

    mtx0011 Notebook Guru

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    sry. samsung 950 pro 256 gb
     
  2. Meaker@Sager

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    Have you used the likes of crystal disk to benchmark each drive separate of anything else?
     
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    no. i only benchmarked my internal drive and my external drive.
     
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    Test each one to make sure where the issue is.
     
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    mtx0011 Notebook Guru

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    i tested my internal drive the sequential is 1600 mb read and 900 mb write which seems about what's advertised. the external reads different depending on the USB port i connect it too. it could be 40 mb connecting to 1 USB A port or 400 mb connecting to different USB A port. it could be 700 mb connecting to the USB C port. i can't get it to 10 gbps which should be 1.2 gb no matter which port i connect it to
     
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    With overheads 700mb ish per sec is about right.
     
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    mtx0011 Notebook Guru

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    i noticed when looking for usb c to usb c cables that there's alot of specs that could be passed over. like when i read into it alot say 480 mbits or 5 gbps. true 10 gbps are some you have to really have to research to get. i have all the right wires so i shouldn't be having these problems.

    i have usb c to usb A 5 gbps cable that came with the enclosure that i've been testing the usb a ports with. the ports are all suppose to be usb 3.1 gen 1. i only get close to 5 gbps transfer speed from 1 port. all the other usb a ports transfer at 40-60 mb
     
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    so you think everything is working fine? i'm still only getting 400 mb or less transfer speed
     
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    From the type a slots that's normal, on the type c your 700mb sounds about right.
     
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  10. FredSRichardson

    FredSRichardson Notebook Groundsloth

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    Well, my P650RS-G has hit 3 years and so far (knock on wood) is running really well.

    One thing I really wanted since day 1 was the "Prema BIOS" and I just had @Zoltan@HIDevolution install it. This may not have been the wisest thing in the world ("if it ain't broke don't fix it" applies 10x for a BIOS), but hey I insisted on taking the risk. Anyway, my old P650RS-G has an uber BIOS now that I can play around with a bit (at my own risk of course...).

    This laptop was an excellent buy for me. If I can get 2 more years out of it I'll be thrilled!

    -Fred
     
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