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Hard Drive & Memory Speed test
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Oct 28, 2012 13:32:50   #
mawyatt
 
Below are some results from the Black Magic program available from Apple.

All are W/R MB/s speeds from Black Magic Speed Test:

MacBook Pro Retina SSD 415/450
LaCie 4TB RAID 0 Thunderbolt 322/390
Hitachi 7200rpm USB3, USB3 port 53/114
Hitachi 7200rpm USB3, USB2 port 14/33
USB Memory Stick USB3 port 5/21
Fuji SDHC-10 19/23
Lexar SDHC-10 600X 39/80
Lexar CF UDMA 7 1000X 64/115 (Using Transcend USB3 reader)
 
Oct 28, 2012 13:47:44   #
JR1 (banned)
 
?
Oct 28, 2012 14:38:32   #
GDRoth
 
who cares? :)
Oct 28, 2012 14:38:56   #
JR1 (banned)
 
Thats what I thought, don't understand the post
Oct 28, 2012 18:45:26   #
krgatlgm
 
mawyatt wrote:
Below are some results from the Black Magic program available from Apple.

All are W/R MB/s speeds from Black Magic Speed Test:

MacBook Pro Retina SSD 415/450
LaCie 4TB RAID 0 Thunderbolt 322/390
Hitachi 7200rpm USB3, USB3 port 53/114
Hitachi 7200rpm USB3, USB2 port 14/33
USB Memory Stick USB3 port 5/21
Fuji SDHC-10 19/23
Lexar SDHC-10 600X 39/80
Lexar CF UDMA 7 1000X 64/115 (Using Transcend USB3 reader)
Below are some results from the Black Magic progra... (show quote)


That came out exactly the way I said it would!! :thumbup:
Oct 28, 2012 20:38:22   #
picpiper
 
mawyatt wrote:
Below are some results from the Black Magic program available from Apple.

All are W/R MB/s speeds from Black Magic Speed Test:

MacBook Pro Retina SSD 415/450
LaCie 4TB RAID 0 Thunderbolt 322/390
Hitachi 7200rpm USB3, USB3 port 53/114
Hitachi 7200rpm USB3, USB2 port 14/33
USB Memory Stick USB3 port 5/21
Fuji SDHC-10 19/23
Lexar SDHC-10 600X 39/80
Lexar CF UDMA 7 1000X 64/115 (Using Transcend USB3 reader)
Below are some results from the Black Magic progra... (show quote)


Not sure you're asking a question, answering a question, posted in the wrong forum or are just lost in the ether :lol: but I'll see your 3 SD cards and raise you 5


 
Oct 29, 2012 04:49:30   #
JR1 (banned)
 
Are you on the right forum as the post makes no sense
Oct 29, 2012 08:18:12   #
andypilot
 
I am guessing this is a hard drive speed test.
The relevance is lost on me though.
Good to know apple is good/ bad depending on what the scale is.
Oct 29, 2012 08:31:22   #
JR1 (banned)
 
I can't see the relevance of the post in fact, why is it here
Oct 29, 2012 09:36:10   #
mawyatt
 
Sorry guys, cut from another post. Should have said this is for comparison of relative hard drive & memory speeds. Note the SDHC, CF and USB memory stick speeds. This is why the image downloads to the computer take so long.

Should also add note the hit the Hitachi drive takes with USB2 port vs. USB3. I need to run the SD and CF cards from the USB2 port using the Transcend reader (SD results shown are directly from MacBook Pro internal), this should result in even slower responses.

I was doing a bunch of edits this weekend for the World Offshore Boat races (for promo) and noticed the R/W speed differences between different memory storage. Decided to run some tests.
Oct 29, 2012 14:22:03   #
RonRhu
 
Que ? :shock:
 
Oct 29, 2012 19:07:29   #
Gramps
 
mawyatt wrote:
Sorry guys, cut from another post. Should have said this is for comparison of relative hard drive & memory speeds. Note the SDHC, CF and USB memory stick speeds. This is why the image downloads to the computer take so long.

Should also add note the hit the Hitachi drive takes with USB2 port vs. USB3. I need to run the SD and CF cards from the USB2 port using the Transcend reader (SD results shown are directly from MacBook Pro internal), this should result in even slower responses.

I was doing a bunch of edits this weekend for the World Offshore Boat races (for promo) and noticed the R/W speed differences between different memory storage. Decided to run some tests.
Sorry guys, cut from another post. Should have sai... (show quote)


Hidden in all that was the secret code which read that we are all invited, next weekend, to fly down and spend the weekend at his place---but damn!!! He's only got 2 cars!.
Oct 30, 2012 09:11:52   #
mawyatt
 
Well the wife and youngest daughter are in LA, so the house is empty. The secret code indicates 2 more vehicles available and a boat....so come on down!!
Nov 19, 2012 18:52:09   #
Gramps
 
mawyatt wrote:
Well the wife and youngest daughter are in LA, so the house is empty. The secret code indicates 2 more vehicles available and a boat....so come on down!!


Somehow I missed yr reply. Won't be able to take up yer invitation since We just repatted, after 11 years in Ormond and Port Orange, back,to HOME, Texas. Y'all come see us, hear?......C






 
          
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