Left first boot without staying in bios so windows booted before pc got warm 800mb/s. Right after restart or staying in bios before booting so windows booted after pc got warm 3.5gb/s.
Basically my pc needs to be at least 20 seconds on and warm before I boot to windows otherwise I get low speed.
Is there anything wrong with the ssd? Do I need to be worried about anything? As long as the performance doesn't decrease overtime I'm fine with 800mb/s and if I need more speed I'll just restart. But if it decrease to 200mb/s over a few years then I'm not ok with that.
Isn't there a fix instead of just restarting or staying in bios?
If it's not heat related then why staying in bios for 20secs before booting helps?
No mather how many hours I wait if windows already booted with cold pc I will get low speed. If I restart or shut down completely and turn it on before it gets cold I'll get good spead.
It's not about ssd throttling it's about windows booting when ssd cold. If you check this thread there are some answers there. but no one said it's gonna or not gonna be trouble in future also no fixes.
No difference. I get different results when WINDOWS BOOTED when pc is WARM. It's about booting not staying on. Whole pc is new. Everything is updated. Asus TUF B560-ME