TONGFANG GK5CN5Z / GK5CN6Z / GK5CQ7Z / GK5CP0Z

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  1. hodgeMN

    hodgeMN Notebook Evangelist

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    They were in line with what the reviews were getting back when I tested. I have used them for a number of builds along with the Adata version.
     
  2. Big Mack

    Big Mack Newbie

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    I went for the Addlink S70 1TB drive and CrystalDisk speeds looks good...

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    But the ATTO benchmarks look a little different (my write speeds are faster than the reads for some unknown reason)...

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  3. umbr@

    umbr@ Notebook Enthusiast

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    Same here on my 970 EVO. Write speeds ok (2300 MB/s), but read speeds are way lower, around 1200 MB/s.

    Maybe the reason is that some units of this laptop have something wrong with the pcie lanes...

    EDIT: I've tested an Intel 660p and speeds are ok.


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  4. Paska Houso

    Paska Houso Notebook Enthusiast

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  5. umbr@

    umbr@ Notebook Enthusiast

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    Personally I prefer ATTO or AS SSD for benchmark, for the reasons I've already posted in this thread. Try those and see if the speeds are ok.
     
  6. Big Mack

    Big Mack Newbie

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    Out of interest, what speeds did you get from Atto with the Intel 660P?
     
  7. umbr@

    umbr@ Notebook Enthusiast

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    Around 1600 to almost 1800 MB/s (on specs, max read and write speeds is 1800).

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  8. Installed64

    Installed64 Notebook Consultant

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    Thanks for the tips @unclewebb I am happy to report that my CPU is clipping along better than ever! Although, setting the task priority of Cinebench to high/realtime was the biggest difference admittedly. To answer your question about scores dropping off after the first run, no that does not happen to me since making the recommended Throttlestop tweaks. My RAM is ADATA 2666MHz CL19. Too bad I didn't get this thing with HyperX CL15!

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  9. arcticjoe

    arcticjoe Notebook Deity

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    For anyone interested, this laptop supports 32GB SODIMMs just fine:
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  10. ditchmagnet

    ditchmagnet Notebook Consultant

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    I was getting funny results with ATTO on this drive as well. The drive you have is using the same controller as the HP correct? It should perform pretty much the same. I wonder what is wrong with my system. Maybe I need to try a different driver or something.
     
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