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    Default Terrible read/write on fast SSD ???

    I thought I had a pretty good video edit set up but things have been lagging lately.
    The home SSD drive is on a fast dedicated PCIe card, but look at my terrible
    times. Any thoughts?

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    What SSD?

    What controller card?

    What have you done to remedy it so far?
    molṑn labe'
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricks View Post
    What SSD?

    What controller card?

    What have you done to remedy it so far?
    What ever apple uses in their DVD bays
    I have not done anything to fix that yet.
    This was a SUDDEN change that came
    along with updating to osx 10.13.6 and
    the update SWITCHED my start up drive
    to this one which has been a back up cuz
    the normal home drive is on a dedicated
    6 gigabit PCIe card.

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    Don't know anything about Samsung SSDs. They have such pathetic US support, and even worse Mac support, that I have always refused to have anything to do with them.

    Mojave automatically changes your file system to APFS. This *should* speed up solid state storage, but absolutely cripples spinning storage. You might reformat and copy back from a backup, see what happens.
    molṑn labe'
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    hmnm, thinking the SSD in the optical bay, now upgraded 10.13.6, was sooo slow,
    I put it in the PCIe (owc) slot. Now it wont even boot.

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