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Gen 4 Pcie M.2 SSD Rated Speed

  • Hello po mga ka tpc. I would just like to ask and confirm: to maximize ung rated Read/Write speed ng gen 4 m.2 ssd, dapat gen 4 din ung socket ng mobo tama po ba?
    But I was wondering how come nakukuha ko yung Max Read/ Write speed ng gen 4 ssd ko sa gen 3 na socket?

    System specs:
    Processor: R5 3600
    Mobo: Gigabyte A320m S2H
    Mem: 2x8Gb ddr4 G.Skill V
    Storage: Corsair MP600 Pro LPX 1Tb(Theoretical
    Read:7,100mb/s Theoretical
    Write:5,800mb/s)
    Seagate 3Tb
    Graphics Card: Msi Vega 56 Air Boost

    CrystalDiskmark Results:
    Read: 7,263.48 Mb/s
    Write: 5,844.05 Mb/s

    Aoemi Speed Test
    Read: 7,350 Mb/s
    Write: 5,833 Mb/s

    Or dahil yung r5 3600 is pcie 4.0 sya kaya naaabot ko ung max speed?

    Many thanks po if someone could explain further.

    -- edited by ivan_fortunelife on Dec 28 2023, 01:34 AM

    -- edited by ivan_fortunelife on Dec 28 2023, 01:44 AM
  • Sa manual at specifications nung M.2 niya, dependent sa CPU yung support so baka ang gamit na PCIE controller nun is yung nasa CPU so CPU dependent siya. Yung other PCIE ports, I assume sa "southbridge" nakakabit (A320) although sa specs kasi nung A320 kung ganun, dapat yung GPU socket din is direct connect sa CPU so dapat PCIE4 din. So in short, dunno. Try mo tignan sa CPU-Z kung ano yung connection saka GPU-Z.
  • @rjgolo

    Thanks po sa reply. Heto po yung screenshot ng GpuZ and CpuZ ko.

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    -- edited by ivan_fortunelife on Dec 28 2023, 07:00 AM

    -- edited by ivan_fortunelife on Dec 28 2023, 07:01 AM
  • Mukhang may PCIE 4 support nga siya. Tinignan ko rin BIOS sa next version may mga note na dinidisable niya PCIE 4 for some CPUs. Pero yung GPU PCIE 3 parin so yung M.2 lang ang 4 ata.
  • @rjgolo

    Oo nga sir. Very interesting lang po na pwede pala ma enable ang Gen4 support using Bios. All i know is hardware related sya. Napaisip po ako tuloy, kung need pa ba buy ng B550/570 na mobo kung habol mo lng is bennchmarking ng Gen4 na ssd haha. Ito po yung mga actual screenshots ko ng sample benchmark using Aoemi and CrystalDiskmark.

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  • Dati kasi may ganyan ding nangyari during Intel days although di sa PCIE (nakalimutan ko na saan) so di ako masyado nagtaka na. Yung wiring naman kasi same lang to maintain backwards compatibility. More on sa power signaling saka noise isolation among other specs to improve signal quality since yung processing eh directly managed nung controller sa processor. Now, kung sa southbridge yan connected, strict na hanggang PCIE 3.0 lang yun.
  • Ahh I see..anyway thanks po sir sa pag enlighten. So it means po pala na sa lahat ng merong Gigabyte A320M S2H na mobo, they can enjoy the Gen4 speed ng M.2 (assuming they have Gen4 ssd) basta ang Bios po nila is not later than F41. Di ko lang po alam if pwede i revert back ung Bios if sakali meron silang Bios version F42.
  • Alam ko di pwede backflash unless you flash it manually directly dun sa ROM chip niya or supported by the vendor which I doubt. Also found this article na winithdraw nga nila. May ibang vendors na nagenable din pero nagwithdraw since against AMD's support wishes.

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  • interesting!!!
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