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Not so well here, immediate halt after Clover following update. Looking into it now, my build is in my signature.

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Okay, so it didn't install on my fusion drive, but did install on a standalone HD. So, next to look into what the problem was on the fusion drive.

Also, is there a new nVidia driver out for it yet? (Silly me :) )

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Last apfs.efi has changed. For me it drops write performance from 450MB/s to 250MB/s. Read speeds are the same.

 

Going back to 10.13.2 apfs.efi and everything is fine.

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Last apfs.efi has changed. For me it drops write performance from 450MB/s to 250MB/s. Read speeds are the same.

 

Going back to 10.13.2 apfs.efi and everything is fine.

Hi Pepitillo

 

What program are you running to benchmark? 

 

My first attempt with High Sierra was under apfs but not after 5 days data was corrupted and my installation died. So now I´m under HFS+ with last update without problems.

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Hi Pepitillo

 

What program are you running to benchmark? 

 

My first attempt with High Sierra was under apfs but not after 5 days data was corrupted and my installation died. So now I´m under HFS+ with last update without problems.

I'm using Blackmagic Disk Speed Test.

My system hasn't experienced lags or freezes since I'm using APFS. 

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after Dev. Update 10.13.4 beta3 17E160e not work old from Yosemite Disk Utility have anyone a Idea for fix this ?

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Still on Yosemite - and STILL using iPhone 5. Why should I upgrade when things are fine? Just because a company tells me to do something, why should I? I can understand upgrading the OS but I'm sticking to my iPhone 5. 

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17 minutes ago, Eric LeClair said:

Still on Yosemite - and STILL using iPhone 5. Why should I upgrade when things are fine? Just because a company tells me to do something, why should I? I can understand upgrading the OS but I'm sticking to my iPhone 5. 

100% :offtopic:

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