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Old 05-14-2019, 08:21 AM
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Default Corsair One i60 - Hard drive issue

Hi,

I just received a i60. I run some tests and I was pretty happy to play BF V with my Predator display.
My problem concerns the secondary drive. It's a 2" seagate 2To. I'm trying to install games with Steam. The installing/downloading phase is super long. The hard drive seems to have an issue:
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I tried playing Astroneer on a fresh new game and the game staggered a lot. Plus, the loading times were very long.
I found a post on the forum regarding this issue, but there isn't any output about a solution or whatever.
I first throught it was because of the 5400RPM thing of the hard drive but the transfer rate are going crazy here. From 52Mo/s falling to 0ko/s. I don't really get what is the issue and if anybody got a solution I would be really glad.
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Hi Mkao,

Sorry for the late reply, can you run Corsair One Diagnostics Tool and test the hard drive? Also, if you are transferring a lot of smaller sized files at once, it can reduce the performance.
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Old 05-27-2019, 11:21 AM
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Hi,

I ran the tests on two of the corsair i60 (we own 3 of those PCs). The tests didn't show up anything problematic.
One of my coworker doesn't have any issue regarding the hard drive but with two other machines, the issues are the same.
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Probably the best solution is to upgrade the HDD to an SSD. Makes a huge difference and, IMO, well worth the money.
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That's what I thought. It's a bit sad for such a pricey PC.
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