Results for WD Blue 500GB + Micron 128GB + S. 850Pro 1Tb

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VinzzB

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Here are my results from 3 disks installed in my ESXI (home) server.
Great software btw!

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  | ReadSpeed: Hyper-accurate mass storage read-performance benchmark. rel 1 |
  |  Benchmarked values are in megabytes read per second at five locations.  |
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Driv Size  Drive Identity     Location:    0      25%     50%     75%     100
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81  500GB WDC WD5000AAKX-60U6AA0        121.4   116.9   104.0    86.3    60.7
82  128GB MTFDDAK128MAM-1J1             324.4   391.2   391.0   293.7   264.3
83  1.0TB Samsung SSD 850 PRO 1TB       543.0   542.2   543.0   543.0   542.1

                  Benchmarked: Wednesday, 2020-12-30 at 17:25
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   See the ReadSpeed forums at forums.grc.com for help and community support.

The USB boot drive did not show up initially. I had to enable legacy mode in the bios first. No biggy, it worked great after that change.
Will there be EFI boot support in the future?
 
Will there be EFI boot support in the future?
Yes! The UEFI/EFI alternative to the BIOS didn't even exist in 2004 when SpinRite 6.0 was released. So it was never an issue then. And it hasn't really been an issue until much more recently. But it is today. So, due to the clear need for SpinRite to support UEFI booting from here on, SpinRite's development Roadmap was resequenced to move UEFI support for USB and NVMe. We wish it was possible to do everything at once, since older BIOS-based systems would rather have native USB and NVMe support. But with SpinRite v6.1, those older BIOS-based systems will be getting a huge boost with SpinRite's native IDE/SATA/AHCI support. So we then want to make that available to all UEFI systems, after which all systems will be able to benefit from all further advances, which will be to immediately work on adding native USB and NVMe support.