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An update of Samsung's Magician brings the RAPID mode feature to Samsung 840 Pro SSDs.
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I've been using 840 EVO as the booting drive of Windows 8.1 along with Magician of the lastest version, but what does that Windows 8.1 support in Magician 4.3 possibly mean?
The firmware's also updated to EXT0BB6Q.
I updated the software and upon installation it immediately rewrote my power performance profile: screen got brighter and hibernation mode got enabled.
Did this happen to anyone else?
No, not even close, every time I try to enable Hibernation Mode in the Magiican my computer blue screens. So I leave it disabled, the Hibernation tab is even gone.
You mean Windows restored default Power option on the OS level.
Rapid Mode on 840 Pro with Release 1.1.0 of Anvils Storage Utilities
It's criminal for Samsung not to lower prices on 840 Pro. Perhaps Samsung earns enough through Apple and others. Latest findings include Mac Pro also uses Samsung's 941 PCIe SSD instead of its enterprise class series. It's a pity Apple offers only expensive Pro computers. The new design is innovative and its SSD performance is exceptional. I hope there will soon be 5120 x 2160 or 5120 2880 monitors from Apple for under US$1,000. Since 840 Pro remains prohibitively expensive, I ordered a Crucial 240GB M500 SSD instead. It's cheaper than 840 EVO 250GB by more than 10%.