Macbook pro, i5, 13'', A performance question

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by gkhndes, Apr 18, 2011.

  1. gkhndes macrumors member

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    Hi everybody.

    This is my first message.

    I just switched to mac last week. I am really happy. I love it.

    everything is so easy and fast.

    I can't believe how fast it is. and you don't hear mbp working at all. I don't why people complain about it. the fan makes a little noise when working with hd stuff, etc.


    BUT

    what I realised.


    When I connected and started transferring from my external hard disk to the mac, mbp got little bit slow. I mean the reactions started to be late. a program which can be opened in a second has started to work in 7 or 8 seconds.

    It is not a big deal but I am just wondering. and I am kinda obsessive user.


    Is anyone experiencing this. Is it normal ?
     
  2. gkhndes thread starter macrumors member

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    I must add that While I was uploading too many stuff to mac, I was watching Avatar in blu ray. no problem working apps. I wouldn't do this on pc.

    Only opening apps for the first time is kinda later.

    Also, doing fancy touch pad moves are kinda late. not so bad, but not so smooth as usual

    ?

    thanks
     
  3. gkhndes thread starter macrumors member

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    Update;

    There is no problem at all now.

    I guess it was happenning because I was doing time machine back up for the first time and I was on battery.

    now, even on battery everything so damn fast and smooth.


    happy ;)
     
  4. snaky69 macrumors 603

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    Backing up is very hard drive intensive, the hard needs need to seek the files, read them,and then transfer them over USB or firewire.

    Now where are apps located? You got it, on the hard drive, you're asking it to do double duty, so of course it'll get slower.
     
  5. wingsabr macrumors 6502

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  6. snaky69 macrumors 603

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    It would definitely help. But once you get to maxing out the SATA connection, you're back to square one :cool:
     
  7. joeshaw92 macrumors member

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    You were watching avatar on blu ray? What? How?
     
  8. gkhndes thread starter macrumors member

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    haha ;)

    sorry it is bluray rip. a movie file around 5 gb. Fantastic quality.


    My PC was like a hair dryer when I was opening it.
     

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