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Seagate 2tb ST2000DM008 speed got lower

Hello.

I have the seagate ST2000DM008. I performed a crystal disk mark and it gave me these numbers. I remember much higher read and write speeds before. What is happening?
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The drive gets slower the more stuff you put on it simple as that

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it's half empty.
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it's half empty.
Hi,
Or is it half full

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I see your point but I have a much older wd, which is half empty (I guess I am a pessimist) as well and performs better. The last time I tested the seagate, it's numbers were double the wd's numbers.
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After a fast format the results are these:
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Seagate sucks.
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Are you drunk or what you dont have a clue what you are talking about Seagate are not worse than WD and not all of their drives suck so worst post of the year material right there
Edit: have you owned a Seagate drive in the last 10 years or are you just spreading the old myths and misinformation

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After a fast format the results are these:
When it is empty it only has to read from the center edge of the platter which is faster. The more data you add to it the slower it gets. Because it will need to access data at far edge of the platter. De-fragmenting it will help a little. But you aren't going to get the same speeds as you had when it was empty.

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@ozlay should I do a slow or a fast format?
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