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HDD Speed won't reach 100Mb/s! What's wrong with it?
So, i have a 1TB Western Digital (7200RPM) SATA III 64MB BLUE HDD and it is supposed to have speeds around 150Mb/s. Unfortunately it has been performing way under expectations, according to UserBenchmark and a few Benchamrking programs. I used CrystalDiskMark and it was reaching some poor 105mb/s and I decided to follow a tutorial to fully format the HDD properly, change its cluster size to a higher one and install WIndows 10 again.
Well, i did that and by my surprise the HDD started reaching some very satisfying speeds (180Mb/s+) and i was really happy about it. I only had Ultradefrag installed along with CrystalDyskMark at this time.
After that I decided to start configuring windows (uninstall unnecessary stuff and disable windows annoying features) and install some basic programs that I usually use.
After that I decided to check for desk fragmentation and, despiting the fact of having low % of fragmentation i decided to give it a quick defrag followed by a full optimization, which only took around 6 or 7 minutes to complete.
Then , suddenly, my disk speeds just became really poor. They became even worse than they were before reinstalling windows. I started having speeds around 80Mb/s.
I was like, "Wtf is going on?". And then I started browsing for help and found a few programs and possible solutions for it, but none of them actually worked. I used HDTune, ATTO, WinDig (Western Digital Official Disk Diagnosis program) and all of them gave me normal results except for Sequential Read/Write Speeds.
I've been using my friend's HDD as a reference because his HDD is the same as mine. He is having really good speeds (around 170Mb/s). Even he doesn't know what's going on with my HDD.
Here are a few screenshots of a few tests me and my friend have made: http://imgur.com/a/jEmEg
What's wrong? :(
Thanks in advance! :)
UPDATE: I decided to format the Hard Drive again and the speeds are perfect again (160-187 MB/s). I've done the exact same thing than before except for defragmentation. Could it be? I mean, it doesn't make that much sense to me to be honest... isn't defragmentation progress suposed to make the hardrive faster? I mean, it basically just realocates files, so the hard drive acesses them faster and more easily. Does that mean the HDD is failing in anyway?
-MSI GTX 1060 6Gb -Intel Core i5 4690 3.5Ghz -16Gb DDR3 1600Mhz G.Skill RipJaws -1TB Western Digital (7200RPM) SATA III 64MB BLUE -550W XFX 80+ BRONZE -MSI H97 PC MATE
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