Macrium write performance.

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    Fabler2 said:
    Thanks for that. Did some tests and only the C: drive benefitted from direct I/O. Great tip

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    Hi there
    could be possible for essentially READ which is usually what the OS does most of the time -- however for WRITES I still dispute that the direct write would be better than using the file system - assuming the file system being used isn't hopefully in-efficient.

    Could depend on your basic windows activity -- read to write ratio for example in a typical session.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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       #12

    jimbo45 said:
    Hi there
    could be possible for essentially READ which is usually what the OS does most of the time -- however for WRITES I still dispute that the direct write would be better than using the file system - assuming the file system being used isn't hopefully in-efficient.

    Could depend on your basic windows activity -- read to write ratio for example in a typical session.

    Cheers
    jimbo
    Thanks for that info. Will use the 'test' feature in future and take some notes on the I/O speeds.
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