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  • #140492

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    @simon Chang

    You can follow this tutorial, is works the same for the EZbook 3

    Best of luck

    #72482

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    @matt

    My m.2 is the same as yours and the benchmark is much higher in all tests… The only thing is that I have the Ezbook pro 3 v.3 (I guess… because the touch-pad is the old one…). I would suggest that you put again the system on the eMMC and redo all the process again. I used EaseUS Todo Backup  and followed this tutorial. If what to give it a try, don’t forget to tickle the option “optimize to ssd”.

    Good luck

    #72411

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    This blog mentioned by GT for me is very suspicious… the name of it, the fact that only reviews one product and in a very strange and negative way. As I said, I’m pleased and for the two months that I’ve used it, no problem.

    #72401

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    Glad to know that there are also good experiences like mine. It is indeed amazing the quality and the functionality of this machine for the price…

    #72293

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    Yes George, as you guessed, I first booted with the m.2 and only then formatted the eMMC.

    I do find it much faster than before. It is impressive how they manage to put such capacity on a tiny m.2. Granted, is not out of this world, but is very fine in my experience.

    There are two screenshots of benchmarks, on from the m.2 and one from the eMMC.

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    #72231

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    Hi guys,

    I bought the 256gb KingSpec 22*42mm NGFF SSD. It works perfectly. I have been using it for a month now

    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/KingSpec-22-42mm-NGFF-SSD-256GB-SATA-III-6Gb-s-Internal-Solid-State-Drive-NGFF-For/32741153443.html?spm=a2g0s.9042311.0.0.j1IRu0

     

    I followed this tutorial and used a program called EaseUS (free).

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HFvjM8b8aY

    Specially, do not forget to tickle the option “optimize for SSD” and then change the boot options in the bios. I also did a Disk Backup beforehand with the same program for an external hd in case one day the ssd fails.

    Good luck

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