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You see those high values, because you use the Rapid Mode. Run Samsung's SSD Magician and disable it:
This problem is resolved in my 10 years old HP desktop (4 cores, Windows 7 - 32 bits), exactly with your kind of drive: 3TB Western Digital Green. I added the solution to this blog: Post Anything Here. In a nutshell you need 2 things to do: to install the Intel RAID driver (free). to use a good tool for extending the partition to the maximum size, like ...
Turns out there's nothing you can do. The only SSD that will properly work is a Samsung SSD. So I'll be buying one of those. I saw a thread on one of the forums dedicated to Lenovo, and somebody tried different SSDs and said that only Samsung worked. Here’s that thread.
There will be a difference, assuming your SSD's are relatively modern ones, which are capable of fully utilizing the SATA-3 interface. However, the max theoretical throughput for SATA-3 is 750 MByte/sec (6Gbit/sec) which is insanely fast. For comparison the max theoretical throughput of SATA-2 is 375 MByte/sec (3Gbit/sec) which is still very very fast. ...
According to the official FAQ here, you can in theory, but there aren't any solutions available: Can you use the FDE drives in an external eSATA enclosure and still use the encryption capability? In theory, the answer is yes. Seagate FDE drives and the underlying technology would lend themselves to the type of device envisioned here. However, at ...
SATA legacy mode can be under many forms. It can be called IDE mode, legacy mode, NON-SATA mode Is your ODD (CD/DVD unit) detected correctly ? If yes, try to disconnect it and put a hard drive on that SATA port, assuming the ODD is also SATA.
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