How to know if drive A (SSD) is really faster than drive B (NVME)

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  1. sygnus21's Avatar
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    Bree said:
    No, that looks like the OP just ran the last two tests. Each can be run individually by clicking its named button, only by clicking the 'All' button will all 4 tests be run.
    orlando1974 said:
    Indeed, I wanted to run tests only for the value that was most relevant for my personal application.
    Thanks for the clarification. I've never run the test that way. Also no longer have HDD's in my system.

    Thanks.
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    sygnus21 said:
    Thanks for the clarification. I've never run the test that way. Also no longer have HDD's in my system.
    Thanks.
    Yeah, that value on the HDD, despite being a 7200 RPM WD Black is showing pathetic values compared to the SSDs....I'm wondering if it should be THAT low...
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  3. sygnus21's Avatar
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       #13

    As I said, I don't have HDDs in my system anymore so I don't remember what those numbers should be. I'll see if I can find an old post showing some HDD when I was running WD Black HDD drives.
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  4. Bree's Avatar
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    orlando1974 said:
    Yeah, that value on the HDD, despite being a 7200 RPM WD Black is showing pathetic values compared to the SSDs....I'm wondering if it should be THAT low...
    If you think that's pathetic, you should try a typical 2.5" laptop HDD....

    How to know if drive A (SSD) is really faster than drive B (NVME)-toshiba-mk5065gsxn.png

    For comparison, a 2.5" Samsung 860 EVO.

    How to know if drive A (SSD) is really faster than drive B (NVME)-samsung-860-evo.png
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  5. Pejole2165's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 1909
       #15

    If you really want to see where your optimal resources are then you could use the Latencymon app to test. It is specifically for audio testing of a system.
    Resplendence Software - LatencyMon: suitability checker for real-time audio and other tasks
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