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File System [Speed Test] (HFS+ / NTFS / ExtFAT / FAT32)


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Motherboard: ASUS ROG HERO VII

HDD: Western Digital 1 TB Caviar Green (WDC WD10EARS-00Y5B1)

Connection: SATA 3 6Gb/s


Software on Windows

OS: Windows 10

App to test speed: CrystalDiskMark 5.0.2 x64

App to read/write HFS+: Paragon HFS+ 10.4.0


Software on Mac OSX

OS: Mac OSX 10.10.4

App to test speed: Xbench 1.3

App to write NTFS: Tuxera NTFS 2014

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Interesting restults. I'll try to partition as HFS+ a portion of my drive with Paragon's new Tool called HDM, install their HFS+ driver on Windows 10 and see how it goes. If it's stable i'll leave out NTFS.

They say that HFS+ driver developed by company it's pretty faster than native one from OS X.

By the way, interesting results even if this topic it's a little older.

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Thanks for posting! Very interesting results. I would have thought that HFS+ would be faster on Mac OS X since it is natively supported, and the developers at apple would've optimized it...

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