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

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  1. JasperF

    JasperF Notebook Enthusiast

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    Already done that. In TASK MANAGER my CPU is idling most times at 0%. I use 16% of 16GB ram. Besides, the difference in Actual Disk Speed compared to Manufacturer Specs is too LARGE to be accounted for by BACKGROUND PROCESSES.

    DRIVER is Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, Version 3.1.0.1901.
     
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    I'm not sure why you're capitalizing things as if that's helping explain something when UM is just trying to help you...

    Does your SSD have a thermal pad/sink on it? Those temps are high and likely causing throttling as evidenced by ATTO.

    Also I still think you need a fresh install of windows, especially if you're concerned about synthetic benchmarks. You're putting more effort into trying to figure it out than just doing the reinstall vs clone.
     
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    Hello,

    My CAPITALIZATION has NO meaning except for denoting an item for what it is. For example, TASK MANAGER vs task manager. Here, there can be no confusion that I am referring to the TASK MANAGER system in windows. To say task manager could mean ANY program or even a person.

    I do not wish to get into any discussion regards manners or writing etiquette. I have no intention of being rude or unduly outspoken. I am here for assistance. Apologies if it appears otherwise.

    UM, capitalized, vs um, which may or may not refer to a pause in one's speech, has been nothing but a boon to me in my quest to resolve my issue and I am GRATEFUL for your assistance... Thank you.

    In response to your comments...

    1) No thermal pads. Thinking of looking for one,
    2) Yes, I agree that a complete Windows Reinstall would solve the problem. I have verified this by installing a fresh copy of Windows on this drive and benching it. The drive performed as advertised. I need the drive cloned as I have programs installed that I no longer have the install disks. For example, Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 and Jane's USAF.

    I like a challenge, though, so, here I am again, sending this reply from a clone. Thank you.
     
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