Samsung 970 Plus Drive Slow in W10 But Proper Speed in SAFEMODE

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    Can you please run Atto as suggested and post screenshoot of results and ssd +pch temp (Hwinfo64). And disable the patches for testing. InSpectre tools. Thanks

    See also...
    TweakTown's Ultimate Windows SSD Performance Installation Guide
    https://www.tweaktown.com/guides/68...ssd-performance-installation-guide/index.html
     
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    Hello,

    Thanks for your reply.

    1) Disabled INSPECTRE TOOLS.
    2) Temperatures, using HWINFO, went up to maximum of TEMP1 80 degrees and TEMP2 100 degrees.
     
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    Your ssd throttle down speed due too high temp. Throttling temp threshold is 70c.

    Do as following. Hwmonitor works in Win 10 safe mode.

    Run tests in normal Win mode and write down max temp.

    Do the same but in Win safe mode. See if ssd temp is lower there.
     
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    Hi,

    SSD may throttle but this is not the reason. ATTO records the MAXIMUM Rate of the SSD. If it were throttling then the SSD would reach MAX SPEED immediately and and be Recorded.

    Then I would note a decrease in the Read/Write Speeds as the SSD heated up. I would have noted the MAX speed having been achieved. This max speed is never observed.

    HWINFO would not RUN in Safe Mode.

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    Hello. Cpu run base clock in safe mod. As well almost non background tasks.

    If you havent then read the ssd tweak guide I posted.

    I said you should run HWMonitor v1.39 (Portable version).

    Another solutions if you can't pin out the culprit is test another NVMe drive in your notebook. Or test out your ssd in a clean installed OS without much other installed than needed drivers and Win Power plan to High Performance.

    Test also with Turbo boost disabled in ThrottleStop (aka use base clock frequency).

    Edit. Read also the following posts after my post in this thread below... Several is about ssd performance http://forum.notebookreview.com/thr...5-owners-lounge.815492/page-248#post-10810171
     
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    Hello,

    Picture 1) Normal Mode
    Picture 2) Temperature Normal Mode
    Picture 3) Safe Mode and Temperature.

    Reading your article. thanks.
     
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    Also go to PC Settings > Privacy > Background apps

    Now turn off all the apps which you don't need running in the background then reboot and test again
     
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    Temp from safe mode, please.

    Driver version?
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