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    Windows Experience Index

    I found the Windows Experience Index while looking around. 2 of the 5 items were 7.5 and 2 were 7.9 and the Disk Transfer Rate was 6.9.
    My Primary Drive is KINGSTON SNVP325S2128GB ATA Device (SSD).

    It has an H: sector of 100mb which is at 99mb. The C: is 52gb used of 119gb.

    Why should Transfer Rate be so out of line?

    Any suggestions?

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    Re: Windows Experience Index

    Possible lack of active TRIM, maybe just timing, something else was also accessing the drive at the time? SSDs smaller than 250GB generally score a little lower than larger drives, maybe 7.6-7.8.

    I use HD Sentinel to check whether trim is really active: Hard Disk Sentinel Frequently Asked Questions

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