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HD Tune 2.55 benchmark results

post #1 of 4
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Hello!
I am currently experiencing some problems with my laptop (it is being slow at times) and somebody suggested I should run HD Tune. So I did, but I am not sure how to read these results. I uploaded a scrnshot from the benchmark. The S.M.A.R.T. doesn't show any errors, all of them show "Ok", I could uploaded it too if you would like.
So here is the screenshot:

I searched in internet and didnt find someone with such results. I think the access time is a bit low? And the blue line is moving too much?
Any help would be appreciated thumb.gif
post #2 of 4
do you have ANY background apps running? i've had mine spike down to 1MB/s when i dicovered some background process was hogging the HDD. besides that, they all look normal.
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Seagate 1TB 2.5" HDD ST1000DM035 Samsung 960 Evo 250GB Noctua NH-D9L Windows 10 Pro 
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I am not sure, I only had Firefox open but it was idle. So I ran another test, closing any background apps and this time it doesnt spike so much rolleyes.gif
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Those speeds may be normal for a boot drive, but I found that HDtune sometimes reports very slow transfer rates, so you may want to try the surface scan of HDDscan. HDtune reported 10MB/sec max with a non-boot drive I had plugged into a PCI controller (VIA VT6421A chip), while HDDscan said the speed was more like 100MB/sec.
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