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Hey. I formatted my pc in June, as I got a 980 Pro and did a benchmark on all of my drives to test their speed. Trying it again now, after 2 months, it's considerably slower.
I get that the speed decreases somewhat as the disks get filled, but the performance decrease on the 980 Pro seems to big too be just from that.
I have an Asus Prime X570-P mobo and the 980 Pro is connected at the closest to the CPU slot.
You can see the benchmarks, the space and the settings I have for it and the rest of the drives on the link below. Any help would be appreciated.
CPU is Ryzen 3600, GPU : 1070 ti.
Edit : 980 Pro had also never reached the advertised speeds, any idea of why ?


View: https://imgur.com/a/VcWP10f
 
Hey. I formatted my pc in June, as I got a 980 Pro and did a benchmark on all of my drives to test their speed. Trying it again now, after 2 months, it's considerably slower.
I get that the speed decreases somewhat as the disks get filled, but the performance decrease on the 980 Pro seems to big too be just from that.
I have an Asus Prime X570-P mobo and the 980 Pro is connected at the closest to the CPU slot.
You can see the benchmarks, the space and the settings I have for it and the rest of the drives on the link below. Any help would be appreciated.
CPU is Ryzen 3600, GPU : 1070 ti.
Edit : 980 Pro had also never reached the advertised speeds, any idea of why ?


View: https://imgur.com/a/VcWP10f
https://www.tomshardware.com/uk/reviews/samsung-980-pro-m-2-nvme-ssd-review/2?fbclid=IwAR1PRcY6Vmx6DeH60lNnfNcyWYn8K1Jv-chiPrW1c7kLJ4rE8x0SaRnYxpE
 

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