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    Thread: Tweaking your SSD

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      Tweaking your SSD

      I only just realised that you could optimise your SSD to perform better. Check out this optimisation guide and go through the steps one by one.

      I was getting 5.9 on my windows experience for SSD performance and I knew something wasn't right. After going through this I improved it to 7.7 !!!

      http://www.thessdreview.com/ssd-guid...ation-guide-2/

      Make the changes and let us know your results.

      Cheers

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      Windows experience score is not an accurate measure of performance. I would honestly never use it as it tells you absolutely nothing important, and it's inconsistent as hell. What I would like to know. Is if you could find a program to test your read and/or write rates. Dxtory has a drive tester inbuilt if you have it. And tell me what ssd you have and it's scores.

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      I understand Windows experience isn't an accurate tool but it is an indication of the improvement i got after applying the tweeks.

      The website is run by SSD experts so I followed thier recommendations. They provide a pretty comprehensive outline of each of the 19 tweeks and what it does.

      I noticed a good improvement afterwards so I'm happy to recommend it to anyone who has an SSD.

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