Ok so the problem is the IOPS went from well over 80,000 down to 30,000 after I migrated the OS using Samsung Data Migration Tool 220.127.116.11
I am using a Fresh install of Win10 1709
Downloaded and installed 01/24/2018 2 days ago
All current Chipset drivers from Intel/EVGA
Installed to a WD Black HDD, installed all of my software & drivers, any windows updates, etc..
Then Migrated the OS to the 850 PRO, booted up to the SSD,
Restarted a couple times for good measure.
Ran Samsung Magician benchmark, and the IOPS is down to 30,000
Is this Normal?, My friends say Star Citizen 3.0 loads in 30 Seconds, mine takes 3-5 minutes
Also to note, my system is much newer, and more powerful.
Here are my system specs.
SSD: Samsung 850 Pro 256GB (7.6 TBW) as of this writing (10% provisioned)
Motherboard: EVGA X99 FTW
CPU: Intel i7 5930K
RAM: Corsair Vengence 4x4GB=16GB DDR4 Quad Channel 2666MHZ
GPU: GTX780 FTW 3GB
APU: Soundblaster Z
PSU: X3 1600 Watt running in 1200 Watt mode
See Also this thread. was thought to be a chipset driver issue, but has been ruled out.
Thanks for input that might help address the issue, or prove this to be normal.
Any other information I need to add?
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I think I am going to go back to my RAID which is much faster then this SSD.
Since I don't see why it is slowed down after migrating an OS.
My RAID0 with 5 WD Blacks has 5TB and is 3 times faster then the 850 PRO SSD, the IOPS READ is much faster also.
I can even add another one for a 6TB and even faster.