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This is completely normal to see such spikes on traditional (spinning) system drives. HD Tune's benchmark is designed to scan the drive outside-in (from beginning to end) so that it can draw the graph left-to-right. With this kind of scanning the header doesn't have to do long jumps and reliably measuring read/write speeds is possible. On your data drive ...


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Six years later... This can be caused by overheating. Laptops tend to collect dust over time, which clogs their airways, their tiny fan, and the fins of the CPU heat sink. Also, The heat-conducting paste between the CPU and its heat sink tends to deteriorate over time, (especially if the CPU is subjected to extreme heat a few times,) and the result is, ...


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1) Let there be a 4GB swapfile on the SSD to raise my commit charge, so I can use all the physical memory. But a swapfile on the SSD will degrade the SSD faster and slow down performance anytime Windows decides to put something important in the swapfile. (my boldface) The above is a myth. In a reasonable workload and with a properly spec'd SSD flash ...


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Try to back to original RAM size and check if it back to normal. Run memtest86+ to check all memory. Be sure to wait until 2-3 full subsequent tests would complete successfully.(It would take a pretty long time, but it will ensure what problem is - hardware or software.)


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This is a hardware issue. Hot-swap Backplane PCIe Combination Drive Cage Kit for P4000 Server Chassis FUP8X25S3NVDK (2.5in NVMe SSD) seems to be incompatible with the Asus X99-E WS motherboard. The solution is to connect the SSD using Asus HyperKit. However, this solution requires a cable between the HyperKit and the SSD which is not bundled with any of ...


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If you connect the hard drive to the router: Storage performance (read/write speeds) may be limited by the CPU power of the router. For your router, this appears to be about 60MB/s read and 35MB/s write (review). You will be able to connect using only the protocols supported by your router You won't need to install or manage any server software on your ...



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