Discussion in 'SSD and HDD storage' started by JayDelta, Sep 4, 2018.
That hynix is a budget ssd, I highly doubt the laptop itself is the issue.
Ye I do feel it hot on the right side of the laptop, there is close or near to the NVMe, maybe since he is hot to, it will run hotter.... anyways even at IDLE its slow so Im guessing it hasn´t do to with it!
But I feel hot the right side (same as in the review) https://www.notebookcheck.net/Lenov...Q-FHD-GTX-1050-Ti-Laptop-Review.223480.0.html
So the temps are influenced maybe by that too... but as they have good "speeds" on their reviews, I can only guess that there is no much influence on the heat since its a "normal" status.
So, should I go for a 970 Evo?
970 evo is the best for the price.
If you have the same issue you could return it.
Having this problem also. No idea why it happens but something constantly is setting my Crucial MX100 to low APM state of "80h" cutting write speed to 50mb/s. Happens seemingly randomly and all the time.
Run Crystal disk info and you can set it back to proper "FEh".
but it can even happen few times a day. no idea what causes it.
yes i have latest firmware and intel rst ahci driver - ahci set in bios
using high perf mode in windows power settings
Have you tested straight from cold boot and is pci-e 3.0 x4 selected in your bios, sounds like you have a thermal issue or wrong setting in bios or maybe its a battery saving issue. Also what cpu is in your laptop.
Intel fixed this issue in latest RST driver 220.127.116.119, running it for a day and so far so good
Restoring APM values to SSD/HDD default APM level when resuming from Connected Standby