Readspeed results (2 SSDs), Spinrite error?

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beermatt

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Driv Size  Drive Identity     Location:    0      25%     50%     75%     100
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81  240GB KINGSTON SV300S37A240G        287.5   433.5   501.8   261.1   406.5
82  1.0TB CT1000MX500SSD1               514.8   530.2   529.5   526.8   506.5

Definitely seeing some variability on my Kingston drive (expanded results attached, at 0% results vary from ~140 to ~540); much less variability on the 2nd drive.

Tried running Spinrite but it just returns an error - is this expected (e.g. due to GPT partitions)?
 

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DanR

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Definitely seeing some variability on my Kingston drive (expanded results attached, at 0% results vary from ~140 to ~540); much less variability on the 2nd drive.

Tried running Spinrite but it just returns an error - is this expected (e.g. due to GPT partitions)?
Yes. SpinRite 6.0 does not handle GPT. Hence the error. SpinRite 6.1 will be GPT compatible.
 
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