Question ssd really slow

francechicco

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Hello guys,
it's been a while since my pc is really slow (opening file, navigate online and everything happen with a delay of a second). So I performed reset from windows's settings (delete all files and applications) but nothing has changed pc is still slow. I thought it was an SSD problem.

Post the results here. screenshot of CrystalDisk

what do you think?
if I have to do other tests I am available

pc specs: here
 

francechicco

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0% except for a few peaks
why does it perform so badly? pc has like 3 or 4 years of life
what do you suggest? changing ssd resolve this situation?
 

fatalshot808

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It's probably as the other users have said. The CPU is being thermal throttled or you're running in single channel memory or you are happening. Single channel is running is running at half potential bandwidth of dual channel. Your SSD seems perfectly fine.
 

francechicco

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It's probably as the other users have said. The CPU is being thermal throttled or you're running in single channel memory or you are happening. Single channel is running is running at half potential bandwidth of dual channel. Your SSD seems perfectly fine.
So what do you suggest?
 

francechicco

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Is does not seem to be a cpu temp issue or a background task issue so just as a test put a copy of memtest86 on a flash stick.

Boot the stick and let it run.....no errors allowed.

Using a single stick of ram will impact perf but nothing like what your seeing.
It's been 13 hours since the start of memtest and no errors here
what do you think?
 

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