Storage Solutions Help needed for slow laptop SSD


funti

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I have 120GB Kingston M.2 SATA SSD installed in my Acer laptop. I was finding this SSD to be slower than expected and when I ran AS SSD Benchmark I found it to be slow indeed. I have attached the screenshot of the benchmark. I found that online benchmark result for this SSD is much better (like Seq. Write speed of around 400 MB/s as compared to 63 MB/s I achieved). I tried various SSD optimization methods but nothing improved the score. I also ran Windows 10 command to check TRIM status which I found to be disabled. I was not able to enable it too.

What should I do?
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nRiTeCh

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Well here are my results

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I'm only concerned about 118815k- BAD. Whats that?

While my Intel SSD Toolbox says all is perfect.

Is this a cause to worry??



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Also, this ones from Crystalmark which shows a huge fig difference between two apps.
 
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