Do MBp SSD write/read speeds really matter in this case?

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  1. gen66 macrumors newbie

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    MBp late 2014 256gb with 700mb read/write speed vs MBp early 2015 256gb 1400mb read/write speed.

    My question is at these high speeds will I actually notice any difference and if yes where exactly? (installing programs, starting programs, start time of OS etc). I understand the latter is twice as fast but will I notice it? Will the Yosemite load literally twice as fast?
     
  2. Hieveryone macrumors 68020

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    No. Only if you do a lot of data transfer.
     
  3. snaky69 macrumors 603

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    You should not be seeing much of a difference unless you more large amounts of data frequently.
     
  4. yjchua95 macrumors 604

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    Nope, it wouldn't.

    I've got both a late-2013 13" (i7/16/512) and an early-2015 13" (i7/16/512 as well) and the only situation where I see the difference is Blackmagic benchmarks.
     
  5. gen66 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    wow, well that's a precious info...thank you! I can't believe os load times are the same on both machines :(
     
  6. Samuelsan2001 macrumors 603

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    I know

    It's so gutting when my 2013 rMBp takes 10 seconds to boot and opens everything instantly.... Booo Hoo Hoo what will I do...
     
  7. Freyqq macrumors 68040

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    Boot will probably be a second faster. If you are caching a lot because of lack of ram, it will help. That's about it. 700 Mb/s was already really fast. 1400mb/s was previously achievable only through 4x raid setups, which is crazy fast on a laptop from one ssd.
     
  8. Samuelsan2001 macrumors 603

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    It's not about sequential speeds

    these are no biggie unless transfering or writing a lot of data to disk. It's the I/O speeds taht are important for most operations.
     
  9. nobodyjustwalks macrumors regular

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    Iʻm just glad were at a point where we can have these kinds of speeds on laptops. Awesome stuff.
     
  10. ohbrilliance macrumors 6502a

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    The SSD is not the bottleneck. There's no need to reboot a laptop often anyway. I do about once a month, and it doesn't matter whether it takes 20 seconds or a whole minute.
     
  11. Gav2k macrumors G3

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    The cmbp 2012 that's still on sale today boots in 10 seconds with a Samsung ssd in it too.
     
  12. Samuelsan2001 macrumors 603

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    Exactly my point...


    I was being sarcastic. Modern SSD's are just quick, all of them this obsession with sequential read writes is missing the point and almost completely unimportant in most use cases.
     
  13. Gav2k macrumors G3

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    I know you was I was adding to your statement that a 3 year old machine does the same
     
  14. Psyfuzz macrumors 6502

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    My partner has a MBP with PCie flash storage with a read/write around 800 mbps, I've installed an SSD in my 2012 MBP classic with a read/write around 500mbps.

    While I know hers is faster on paper, in practice it's pretty much imperceptible.

    I suppose it's diminishing returns, once things are running at SSD speeds everything's so quick that you're not going to notice a difference.

    Even at 500 mbps on my drive everything's loading near instantly, can't imagine things loading faster, let alone needing things faster.

    I wouldn't worry about it, you're looking at two winners either way.
     

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