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  1. ratinox

    ratinox Notebook Deity

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    Then maybe the NVMe drive isn't worth the premium when a SATA III drive can get close to 600MB/s sustained sequential reads.

    Then again, the last batch of NVMe drives I installed anywhere benched at ~4GB/s so maybe I'm biased.

    Then again, those drives' prices are comparable to small, expensive European sports cars. :)
     
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    The 960 does a fair bit better than the 950 actually. Also burst speeds matter most to people usually as again unless you are transferring hundreds of GB you won't see it.
     
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    I meant the 850 which is already at the limit of SATA III bandwidth and half the price of the 960. 200% cost for 25% better performance seems like a bad buy to me. Or you could get an 860 Pro (I think Samsung never made an 850 Pro in M.2 SATA) for about the same price as the 850 EVO. Either way, I think the NVMe versions are a waste of money for this machine.
     
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    For most people the tlc based 850 evo is by far the most sensible choice even with the pro at full speed.
     
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    Does anyone have screen flicker problem? It took me 3 months to get it resolved with Mythlogic the first time and now it is doing it again.
     
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    Does the flicker change with screen brightness?
     
  7. ratinox

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    Also, LED light bulbs can make LED panels appear to flicker if the current frequency matches the display frequency.
     
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    I don't have an external screen to test with. The last round-about with Mythlogic, they said it was a loose connection. I dunno how the connection gets loose when I'm not even moving my system around.

    Mythlogic comments:
    The issue was reproduced for a few moments, we have since resat your video cable and are trying to reproduce the flickering. So far things seem successful.
    Yes, it does look like it was only a loose connection. We were just running more benchmark and video tests.
     
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