Samsung 960 Evo Speeds

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  1. Papusan

    Papusan JOKEBOOK's Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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    Download Samsung Magician and see if the software can see if something is wrong? I'm assuming you have the latest NVME driver.
     
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    Also check it is on the latest firmware.
     
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    whitedragon551 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Samsung Magician reports no issues. Im using the latest NVME driver from Samsung.

    I have already confirmed it is the latest.

    Here is the latest Samsung Magician performance test. Write's are really low.
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    You have only two options. Backup everything - wipe your disk (secure erase) and make a new clean OS install and test again or RMA. Backup all important data anyway as always.

    Edit. For the records... How much space is used on your ssd and how high is the maximum ssd temperature in benchmark tests?
     
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    47 Celsius which is equivalent to 116 Fahrenheit.
     
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    In full load? What I can see in OP is idle ssd temp. Test with mentioned ATTO benchmark. Will push your ssd harder than the other tests.
     
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    I would look at secure erasing it too and testing it in another machine if you can, otherwise RMA.
     
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    That was the temp that was refreshed during the speed test. It wasnt updated after the test was completed.
     
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