SSD-Z Download

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  1. AcidSnow

    AcidSnow Master Guru

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    Neat

    Works fine for me, and it saw all 5 of my drives... This is actually a really useful iteration of the "-Z" line of programs. I'm impressed! I'm using Windows 7.
     
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  2. CrazY_Milojko

    CrazY_Milojko Ancient Guru

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    Nice program, no problems here on my side, neither on that rig from my specs (Intel 520 series 120GB SATA3 SSD on Transcend PCIEx SATA3/USB3.0 combo card, Hitachi 640GB HDD...) on Win7 Ult.x64 SP1 or on any other gaming or HTPC rig in my house.

    thanks for heads up!
     
  3. Orthello

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    Hmm just loaded this up on my OCZ Vertex 4 (512gb) and ran the benchmark figures seem kinda low ..

    9.87mb/sec on the 512b sequential read.
    59.72mb/sec on the 4k sequential read.
    224.11 mb/sec on the 128k read.
    23.55 mb/sec on the 4k random read
    3.8 mb/sec on the random access time.

    The IOPs seem nothing to write home about either .. i know this is an older drive but does this seem right ??? windows 7 64 bit and 5 ghz 4820k.
     
  4. CrazY_Milojko

    CrazY_Milojko Ancient Guru

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    Really low numbers indeed, try AS SSD Benchmark and if it also reports low read/write numbers then I would start panicking.
     

  5. BUDA20

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    There is any way of showing the temperature in Celsius instead of Fahrenheit?.
     
  6. cyclone3d

    cyclone3d Master Guru

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    Looks pretty good for SSDs, but it need to have the info that pops up for HDD taken out.

    One of my Seagate HDDs shows that I have almost 4,000 PetaBytes written to it.

    The other HDDs I have also show stupid high write amounts.
     
  7. esposimi

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    I got the same message on a Dell Optiplex with a Samsung 850, but worked after running it as Administrator
     
  8. Orthello

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    This is where benchmarks are usefull - i had gradually become used to this slower speed and the bench highlighted the issue .. due to it benching low i did a bit of hunting and even though SSD-Z said the drive was on SATA III and ACS-2 , it was actually on a 3G port on my motherboard.

    I changed it to a 6G port and its about 10+ % up on most of the metrics in SSD-Z with a whopping 64% higher on the 128 kb sequential read (367 MB/sec) vs 224 MB/sec before on the 3G port.

    It still seems kinda slow for a vertex 4 512 gb , but it an old install of windows 7 also.
     
  9. Undying

    Undying Ancient Guru

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    My new V300 120gb, got it today for only 50€. This is neat app. :)

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  10. Andrew LB

    Andrew LB Maha Guru

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    What % of the drive is in use? I have a Vertex 4 and benchmarks become HORRIBLE when the drive is past 60% full.
     

  11. c0op3r

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    SSD-z Reports all wrong for my machine.

    I recently moved to a new workstation:

    Intel NUC i7 system with Intel Iris Graphics
    16 GB Ram
    Samsung 950 500GB NVMe SSD Drive
    Western Digital 1tb Red for storage

    Machine runs great and the OS (Win10Pro/64bit) reports that Trim is on, also the driver for Win10 from Samsung is installed in the OS.

    SSD-z shows all kinds of wackyness!

    No trim
    Interface Unknown
    SMART not supported

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