SSD performance

Started Mar 29, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Richard Veteran Member • Posts: 4,858
AHCI, how to tell..

My HP laptop does not have a bios setting for this, it is automatic and it does support it.
If your new laptop has intell rapid storage support, you can look at the drives under advanced. One of the functions of AHCI is NCQ or Native Command Queuing. So if you seen NCQ support, it is running in AHCI. See below. This way you can tell if you are using AHCI. Realize, there are some drives like the Kingston SSDs that do not support AHCI and some drive and controller combinations like OZC and some versions of the Jmicron controller, but these are older units most everything new supports AHCI

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Tareq Abdulla wrote:

malch wrote:

Tareq Abdulla wrote:

What do you think?

I think AHCI is probably working, notwithstanding the info from Magician (which I'm now inclined not to trust).

You could try this storage controller driver. I think it may give slightly faster results:

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&ProdId=2101&DwnldID=22194&ProductFamily=Software+Products&ProductLine=Chipset+Software&ProductProduct=Intel%C2%AE+Rapid+Storage+Technology+%28Intel%C2%AE+RST%29&lang=eng

Thanks!

I will try this driver and hope it may help in something.

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