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My Crucial T700 runs at Gen 1 x4 mode but CrystalDiskMark shows Gen 5 speed

cx1088
Level 8

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I have seen gen5 x4 in crystal disk info days ago but now it is consistently gen1. The benchmark seems x5 speed as usual.

Is this normal?

 

CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D (Raphael, RPL-B2) 4200 MHz (42.00x100.0) @ 4850 MHz (48.50x100.0)
Motherboard: ASUS ROG STRIX B650E-I GAMING WIFI
BIOS: 2412, 01/26/2024
Chipset: AMD B650E (Promontory PROM21L.1)
Memory: 65536 MBytes @ 3200 MHz, 32-39-39-102
- 32768 MB PC51200 DDR5 SDRAM - G.Skill F5-6400J3239G32G
- 32768 MB PC51200 DDR5 SDRAM - G.Skill F5-6400J3239G32G
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Founders Edition (AD102-301)
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090, 24564 MB GDDR6X SDRAM
Graphics: AMD Raphael - Internal GPU [ASUS]
AMD Radeon, 512 MB DDR5 SDRAM
Drive: CT4000T700SSD3, 3907.0 GB, NVMe
Sound: NVIDIA AD102 - High Definition Audio Controller
Sound: ATI/AMD Zen APU - Display HD Audio Controller
Network: Intel Ethernet Controller I225-V
Network: MediaTek Wi-Fi 6E MT7922 (RZ616) 160MHz Wireless LAN Card
OS: Microsoft Windows 11 Professional (x64) Build 22621.3155 (22H2)

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cx1088
Level 8

Oh I figured out myself. Changing it to larger files would result in gen 1 speed. It is absolutely abnormal for a gen 5 speed ssd.

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cx1088
Level 8

I think this information is provided by the motherboard. Why is this mismatched?

I have turned off both ASPM in bios. The M2_1 speed setting is AUTO.

cx1088
Level 8

Oh I figured out myself. Changing it to larger files would result in gen 1 speed. It is absolutely abnormal for a gen 5 speed ssd.

cx1088_0-1708360305817.png