reason for 128k stripe size?
had 16K originally, had the same benchmarks thought something was wrong, re-did it with 128k just to see if there was a change.
new hardware, same bullshit results (and yes, they are in the sata III/6 ports, latest drivers, etc)
edit: looks good in ATTO, i guess AS SSD and CrystalDiskMark can suck it
Your ATTO score shows what your array does with compressible data.
ATTO and AS-SSD/CDM use entirely different types of data. ATTO is a "best case" test which uses very compressible data - something SSDs can very easily work with. AS-SSD and CrystalDiskMark use non-compressible data, presenting a "worst case" scenario. Real world usage will fall somewhere in the middle depending on the kinds of data you're using. It's the case for any SSD right now.
seemed like marvell chipset ssds (like the crucial m4) seemed to rock those tests. to be honest i have 240gb raid 0 for $218 after rebate, so i really cant complain.
That remids me... also make sure you're running on the native SATAIII ports, and not something connected to an add-in chip. My P67 board has two ports on a Marvell controller (different from the SSD controller). The performance is horrible compared to the Intel controller.