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- Reasonable HDD transfer speed?
November 11, 2007, 6:25 pm
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Re: Reasonable HDD transfer speed?
What exactly do you mean?
The average speed you will have depends on how you're using
the drive, the access pattern, fragmentation, etc. 35MB/s
does seem about right, or you could run HDTach to see if it
reports similar figures.
I don't know why or what you are asking, it is as if you are
wondering about a problem but not telling us anything that
is problematic. If you are only wondering if you are
getting optimal performance from the drive, then it has
nothing to do with telling you a number, it has to do with
the specifics common to any drive like using a separate ATA
channel, keeping drive defragged, and not nearly full. If
you are wondering if a new drive would have much higher
performance, yes it will, possibly around twice as fast at
some types of I/O.
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