How To Find SSD Read / Write Speed ​​In Windows 10 –

How To Find SSD Read / Write Speed ​​In Windows 10 –
– #Find #SSD #Read #Write #Speed #Windows – A while back we showed you how you can check SSD health on Windows 10.

This is necessary because eventual death is something we all accept when we decide to get an SSD for its speed.

When we say SSDs are faster, it’s because they have better read/write speeds compared to HDDs.

When you write data to SSD or when you read data (access files), your OS can find and show it much faster compared to HDD.

If you need to find the read/write speed of your SSD, you can do it with the task manager, or with a third-party application.

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SSD Read/Write Speed

On Windows 10, Task Manager can give you a snapshot of the current read/write speed for your disk. This works regardless of whether you are using SSD or HDD.

To use Task Manager to find the SSD read/write speed, you must first find a large file, preferably 1GB. You will have to copy files from one location to another on your SSD. Go ahead and start the copy.

While files are still copying, open Task Manager and go to the Performance tab. Select Disk from the column on the left and look under the performance graph for read and write speed.

The speed that Task Manager reports is a rough estimate. It is a snapshot which means that it gives you the speed for a certain time and the speed may vary depending on what you are doing on your system i.e., what applications you have open.

For more accurate testing, use an application called AS SSD Benchmark. This is a free app that can give you a more accurate reading of your SSD speed. Download and run.

The default 1GB test will do the trick. It will take a while to complete. Click the Start button at the bottom and allow the application to complete all four running tests.

The Seq test is what you want to see for your SSD’s read/write speed. The other tests are the random 4K block test, a test for speed when disk activity is distributed across 64 threads, and for Access time.

Using these four tests, the app gives you a score for how fast your SSD is. Since the app doesn’t provide benchmarks and because scores can vary by SSD brand and age, you’ll want to take it with a grain of salt.

We’re not saying scores are meaningless but they don’t determine everything about your SSD. Use this tool with other tools that can cheat your SSD health.



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