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Toshiba OCZ RD400 NVMe M.2 SSD Review – 512GB Capacity with PCIe Adapter

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OCZ RD400 – Anvil’s Storage Benchmark Results

Anvil’s Storage Utilities is a powerful tool that was designed in order to provide you with a simple means of assessing the read and writer performance of your Solid State Drive or Hard Disk Drive. It helps you monitor and check the response time of your unit as well as view the system information collected using Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI).

Compressible Test 0-Fill
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Note: With PCIe adapter on top, M.2 directly installed on motherboard bottom.

Compression 46% (Application)
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Note: With PCIe adapter on top, M.2 directly installed on motherboard bottom.

Compression 100% (Incompressible)
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Note: With PCIe adapter on top, M.2 directly installed on motherboard bottom.

Note: If you got a really slow or low write speed with this test, try this quick fix solution. Go to Device Manager and locate the OCZ RD400 from the Disk Drives. It should appear as NVMe TOSHIBA-RD400. Right click on it and open Properties, then click on the Policies Tab. Check or enable the “Turn off Windows write-cache buffer flushing on the device”, and be sure that the “Enable write caching on the device” is checked as well. This should fix the very slow write speed on your SSD.

OCZ RD400 NVMe M.2 SSD latest pricing and availability:
For US: NeweggBusiness here
For UK: It’s available at Amazon UK here

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