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    Thank you a lot for you answer DragonClaVV, it is exactly what you said. I get up to 700 with AS SSD and up to 800 with Atto. I feel now reassured that my ssd is working correctly, so this post can be considered as "resolved " ^^
    Thank you a lot people, have a nice day!
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    Indeed the spec numbers are made with ATTO. But keep your RAIDR on the red slots
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    yep that I changed and it is better that way, it leaves more air to my gtx 770, thanks nodens

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    What is your 4k with as ssd benchmark?

    greetings

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    I quickly did a test while I was rendering a big project.. so maybe the performance were a bit lower... but here is a screen ;
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    Thanks.

    Ive to say that i was a little bit disappointed with the 4k because i had some 840 pros here which have over 30mb/s. Well it doenst really matter because the drive ist fast enough but i expected a little bit more than 20.

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    Super Moderator - Coderat Array Nodens PC Specs
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    RAIDing won't help you much at all with 4K reads. They don't scale. They depend on the actual drive and the 840s are great drives.
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    Want better results? send the RAIDR back, buy 2 SSD's and RAID them together yourself, expect close to 1K read/write speeds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nodens View Post
    RAIDing won't help you much at all with 4K reads. They don't scale. They depend on the actual drive and the 840s are great drives.
    Yeah i know that. Its a great drive and i use it but i just expected more from a 200+ device. nothing bad about that right :P

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    the results vary on my raidr , last time I got more than 30 mb/s for 4K... funny

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