# What is the correct alignment? (sandisk extreme 240 GB)

each review seems to show an alignment of 1024 k as ssd, as here http://img.hexus.net/v2/SSD/SanDisk/Extreme240/AS-SSDb.png

However my drive is set to 234496 in windows 7.  This is a new installation, the ahci enabled and the intel rst installed 10.8.  Also using the R201 firmware.  All other drives have been disconnected when I installed. c3/c6 processor disabled in the bios.

Data sheet:

P8z68-v pro gen 3

I7 2600 k

8 GB of ddr3 memory

Corsair ax850psu

Say you clone the drive, then use a partitioning tool to set the alingment?

as long as AS SSD presents this green number you alignment is good to go. Basically any number can be displayed here so it is evenly divisible by 4, you're good to go.

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