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Nathan_888
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Re: Toshiba NVME ssd is very slow in G5 5590

Yes i am UEFI because this is the new BIOS standard.

It should not be a problem.

 

The problem is elsewhere.

 

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Clintlgm
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Re: Toshiba NVME ssd is very slow in G5 5590

I would then look to the SSD manufacturer for support. This is my Hynix  m.2 NVME that came with my 13 7386 in my signature. This SSD is only 2 lane it's in a 4 lane slot. This is what Dell gave me for an upgrade from 256 GB to 512GB forced me to buy a Samsung 970 Evo m.2 NVME 4 lane that makes a big difference at least in Benchmarks

Tosghiba 512gb.jpg 

Inspiron 13 7000 Series 2-in-1 -7386
16GB RAM
Samxung 970 Evo 1TB SSD 2nd SSD 512 GB Hynix

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Nathan_888
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Re: Toshiba NVME ssd is very slow in G5 5590

Hello.

I've got the Toshiba NVME ssd. So you mean that bench for this disk should be twice better than i showed ?

I should find the bench for this ssd drive on the net to check.

I found a model close to but not the same.

speed model XG5 NVMe PCIe M.2 256GB are quite the same arround 500MB/s

(https://ssd.userbenchmark.com/SpeedTest/358656/KXG50ZNV256G-NVMe-TOSHIBA-256GB)

 On this web site : https://www.reddit.com/r/Dell/comments/628odr/toshiba_nvme_slow_write_speed_fix/

I've to check

On the https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1Gq8Py7tnU

Speed seems arround 500 MB/s.

So seems that this Disk cannot do more.

Do you agree ?

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Clintlgm
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Re: Toshiba NVME ssd is very slow in G5 5590

SSD are not all equal, there is a reason that Samsung if the hands-down best SSD's Both NVME and SATA. I'm pretty sure the Toshiba is only running in two lanes, to get the maximum speed with NVME 4 lanes are required

even using 2 lanes 1200Mbs down 600 Mbs down or better 

Inspiron 13 7000 Series 2-in-1 -7386
16GB RAM
Samxung 970 Evo 1TB SSD 2nd SSD 512 GB Hynix

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