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    Quote Originally Posted by R5Eandme View Post
    My results with Samsung NVMe driver are 2123/1854 (960 Pro 1TB). This comparable to what you are getting with the standard NVMe driver instead of the Samsung NVMe driver?
    Yep, pretty darn close to my results with the built-in (MS) NVME driver.
    I get that 40% boost by running the Samsung driver, although my test numbers were with the Samsung Magician benchmark.
    I've run CrystalDisk, and gotten similar results, in terms of the ratios, although the numbers are a bit lower overall (about 100mbps lower on each, for sequential).

    I'll grab that other tool that's mentioned, and run it sometimes soon, see how it compares...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clintlgm View Post
    to coordinate SSD speeds most of us use AS Benchmark for SSD works for all SSD with all different drivers. that way were all comparing Apples with Apples.
    Hello Clintlgm, is that the ASUS | Intel Benchmark program available from the Downloads link on this website? I'll have to take a look. You may be right about apples to apples.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pgrey View Post
    Yep, pretty darn close to my results with the built-in (MS) NVME driver.
    I get that 40% boost by running the Samsung driver, although my test numbers were with the Samsung Magician benchmark.
    I've run CrystalDisk, and gotten similar results, in terms of the ratios, although the numbers are a bit lower overall (about 100mbps lower on each, for sequential).

    I'll grab that other tool that's mentioned, and run it sometimes soon, see how it compares...
    pgrey, I did get reads/writes closer to your high numbers with the Samsung NVMe controller when I first installed the 960 pro and installed Win10 Pro. But after the Creators Update I am getting the lower number set. Could be a coincidence with the Creators Update though. BUt at least with Magician, the Samsung NVMe controller is giving me stats similar to your MS NVMe driver results.

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    Actually it is a program designed to benchmark SSD with no prejudice it treats all SSD equally. Pretty well accepted everywhere not just here on ROG forum.
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    This 860 pro has been install for nearly a year now it about 50% free space, I have all kinds of crap running in the back ground. I'm sure if I prepped my SSD it would get better benchmarks score. This is my everyday set up. on RAID Driver IRST.
    It appears that the new 1709 FCU is not going to install on this notebooks, so I'm looking at a clean install if I do I suppose I'll change my BIOS to non Raid and Clean Install with the native windows NVME driver, then try the Samsung one. Neither would be a fair comparrsion to the RAID driver since my SSD would be clean with out a years worth of junk going on with it.



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    Have you installed th FCU yet that may change things for you. However I think over time all the SSD fill up and we have more and more programs writing in the back ground and that is what causes the slow downs?
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    So here is my Crystal DiskMark scores not a lot of real time difference?
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    So here is probably more real world benchmark for the same SSD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clintlgm View Post
    Have you installed th FCU yet that may change things for you. However I think over time all the SSD fill up and we have more and more programs writing in the back ground and that is what causes the slow downs?
    I'm sorry Clintlgm, what is the "FCU", I am unfamiliar with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R5Eandme View Post
    I'm sorry Clintlgm, what is the "FCU", I am unfamiliar with it.
    FCU = Fall_Creators_Update, which is the subject of all the issues, essentially.
    With the version (and possibly with the spring, early Creators Update), the NVME drive won't work in WinPE properly.

    This is essentially what my work-around is for, it gets you past this point, by "abstracting" the NVME drive through a different interface (IRST).

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