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SSD NVMe - Slow write Speeds in my new Laptop

Discussion in 'SSD and HDD storage' started by JayDelta, Sep 4, 2018.

  1. Agent-A01

    Agent-A01 Ancient Guru

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    That hynix is a budget ssd, I highly doubt the laptop itself is the issue.
     
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  2. JayDelta

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    Ye true.
    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?
     
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    970 evo is the best for the price.

    If you have the same issue you could return it.
     

  5. justdoge

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    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".
    https://imgur.com/a/y8hQMGP
    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
    suggestions needed
     
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  6. The Goose

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    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.
     

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