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Whats your BlackMagic Disk Speed ??


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What is your BlackMagic Speed ?? The reason I made up a SSD Boot Drive for my iMac, was because it was frustratingly slow (compared to my SSD MBP) so I bought a Samsung 128GB 860 Pro and made it my Boot Drive sitting in a Newer Tech Voyager Docking Station and these are my BlackMagic Speeds.

EDIT : Click on the Cog and select 5GB for this Stress test !!!

Pretty body happy now with 21secs from power button to opening a 179mb tiff file in PS CC.

1st one is the Samsung 860 Pro SSD Boot Drive and 2nd is the Drive in the iMac . . . BIG Differences !!!!


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The first is my 2013 rMBP and the second is my 2009 27" iMac. The SSD is just ridiculous..
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WOW Is that the SSD that came in the rMBP ?? And did you stress it at the 5GB Stress and not the default 1 GB ?? I should of mentioned that in the OP which I will

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@TM: Yup, that's the SSD that comes with the rMBP and it's set to 5GB stress by default, since I just started the app and hit START..

But yeah, the SSD is darn fast..

I want to run this test on my wife's 2012 MBA and see how it fairs..

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Here's mine from a late 2013 rMBP. It is running the Apple SSD SM0256F.
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Well I have to say, Apple pick the best of the best in SSD's don't they. My MBP has a OWC Mercury EXTREME Pro 6G SSD which to my knowledge is the top of the range 256GB cost me $400 and I only get 318 read/write or around that ballpark anyways.

My next Mac WILL be with a SSD built in.

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Mid 2012 MBP, purchased as a 500GB 5400rpm, 4GB RAM, i5, and every intention of gutting it. Swapped in 16GB of OWC RAM, Data Doubler in, DVD into an enclosure, an a pair of Samsung 128GB 840 Pros running in a RAID 0 set-up. I never did do any baseline testing but the increased performance is obvious. Maybe someone with a stock unit could chime in. Boot time is 12 seconds to Safari launched and Google ready. Sometimes the wireless connection comes after Safari.
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