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    Default Re: Dell D430compatible with 128GB SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by jai View Post
    Hi, I just purchased a RunCore 128GB SSD for Dell D420 - but it is Just "Pro I" - what is the main difference between Pro I and ProIV?


    Image: 64GB Runcore ProIV ZIF SSD internal circuit

    Does it have an Indilinx controller? If not, then it's not a ProIV. Also check it's performance. Can you get 15-20MB/s 4kb reads using Crystaldiskmark like shown here? If it's 10MB/s then it's the slower jmicron based ProI which I'd suggest replacing with the faster ProIV.
    DIY ViDock O/C HP dualIDA | PLL pinmod | grub2 loader Storage 1.8" ZIF SSDs: ProIV, Photofast V4 | ODD caddy SSD/HDD | e-sata/usb

    Now: 12" HP 2510P U7600@1.6 2GB 64GB ProIV SSD + 500GB.caddy + GTX470/3dmark.vant=P5561 | Win7/64 XP.sp3 Ubuntu9.10
    Now: 14" Compaq CQ41 i5-430M 2.26 4GB 500GB + GTX470@x2/3dmark.vant=P10481 | Win7/64
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    Default Re: Dell D430compatible with 128GB SSD

    Quote Originally Posted by jai View Post
    Hi, I just purchased a RunCore 128GB SSD for Dell D420 - but it is Just "Pro I" - what is the main difference between Pro I and ProIV?

    My specifications from inside the drive are:

    JM20330 chip (SATA to IDE chip?)
    Runcore rc08m12-m35 chip (Controller chip?)
    sn 0900012432
    zif1.8_vj04 mainboard revision

    Thanks
    Jai
    They have different chips, also have different performance, pro IV is more stable.
    Last edited by RunCore; 11-24-2009 at 02:46 PM.

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    Default Re: Dell D430compatible with 128GB SSD

    I just installed a ProIV into the D430 and its running sweet so far. I did not have to mod the drive, it just worked straight away. Windows is also running it in DMA Mode 5. Windows also offset the partition 1MB too.

    My drive is firmware 1571

    I ran Crystal Disk Info 3.2 and its reporting the drive is compatible with SMART, 48bit LBA and TRIM ???

    i ran Crystal Disk Mark 2.2 and on 4k 100MB test i only got 16mb read 12mb write... Windows 7 also takes upto 60 seconds to boot too.

    Any ideas why this would be so slow?

    JK

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