1Tb Upgrade system report, how about a factory one to compare?

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  1. dysert, May 5, 2014
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    dysert macrumors regular

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    I purchased a 1Tb upgrade for my nMP off eBay. I have attached a system report from my machine, I would like to see how it compares to a nMP which came with a 1Tb SSD from Apple. Thanks.
     

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  2. Daschund macrumors member

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    I don't have an original nMP with 1TB, but I've been waiting for someone to come out with a replacement (I had to buy a nMP when my old MacPro died and couldn't wait for BTO, so I got stuck with the out of the shelf 256Gb which is nothing, the Adobe Creative Suite alone gets almost all of that). Did you get an original nMP memory stick or did you get a MacBook Pro stick? And if it was the MacBook Pro, what kind of speed are you getting from it?

    Thanks!
     
  3. bxs macrumors 6502

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    What are the exact comparisons do you wish to see? I have MP6,1 stock 12core, 1TB SSD, Dual700s and 64GB RAM from OWC.
     
  4. Daschund macrumors member

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    I think he wants to know what shows on your System Report to compare to his regarding the SSD Flash
     
  5. bxs macrumors 6502

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    Is this what you were after...
     

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  6. dysert thread starter macrumors regular

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    Yes thank you

    When I get home tomorrow I will post my Black Magic results. From memory my write and read time were both above 900. Not sure why your write time is so low.
     
  7. bxs macrumors 6502

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    You need to make sure the kernel File Cache is bypassed for the real i/o rates. If you do not do this and you have lots of RAM like I have (64GB), then much of the i/o it done to/from the kernel File Cache which will skew the read/write results.

    However, read and writes to/from RAM is also a good piece of info to know. :)

    Not that it matters, but my 1TB SSD is 60% populated with OS and user data.
     

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