I myself just installed the Anniversary update today. This way you now have an option to have buffer flushing working, it didn’t work on earlier versions of the RST that’s why we are seeing this difference in performance. Anyways, I salute you for posting this solution–I am sure it will help many others. It must be learning something, perhaps, that makes boot-up faster. Last edited by flamenko; at OK – I have posted the question on the TechNet forum that you suggested. Use of the Software by the Government constitutes acknowledgment of Intel’s proprietary rights therein.
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A few days ago, I upgraded to Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
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I’m working on it, it has changed from earlier Intel series drivers and it is related to how write throughs are handeled. Anyways, I’ve added an option in ASU to relax on forcing writes. I’d say, just leave it powered on. Now, I do not see the repeating of the screen with the cyan Windows logo, which is good; however, now the total boot time is longer than it was with Windows 10 buildespecially after I log in and am waiting for the desktop to appear.
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You may not export the Software in violation of applicable export laws and regulations. Seriew for marking this as the answer. Boot time may have become 1 or 2 chipsst longer this may be due to inconsistent chronograph operation on my partbut the sequence of screens seems to be the same as before.
So far, I have not received an answer. I don’t know about the boot time, my setup takes more than a minute to load so the RSTe isn’t really an issue, I power on and go get myself some coffee. Question is now whether installing RSTe will improve my speeds The Zata may include portions offered on terms in addition to those set out here, as set out in a license accompanying those portions.
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The problem with RSTe, comes from the rom bios? I do not accept the terms in the fhipset agreement. In my opinion the 3 series driver is pretty good, it lacks a little bit on sequential reads, not much though. The screenshot shows before and after deleting the test-file on the drive. Hi Anvil I am glad that you’ve tested TRIM and that its working So then, here the screenshots from my X79 platform concerning the low 4k write performance: You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number.
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Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. The main issue is how it performs in some benchmarks including mineit will take a few more 6c00 for me to check out all the options as I need to start from scratch on a fresh install.
See the release notes for installation instructions, supported hardware, what is new, bug fixes, and known issues. I’m sure Intel has some reason for doing this and in my opinion they have done the right thing.