How does write speed affect an OS drive performance? Tags: SSD Performance Storage Last response: October 23, 2012 2:05 PM in Storage Share nightmare981 October 21, 2012 6:14:44 AM The title basically explains my question but to give an example, Ive seen SSDs with ~450-500 MB/s write speed then SSDs with ~120 MB/s write speed. Does the lower write speed affect on OS drive performance? If so, is the performance hit noticeable or negligible? More about : write speed affect drive performance rogigor October 23, 2012 2:05:36 PM Yes - it does affect the OS pefrormance a little bit. But you should focus more on write speed and access times. For example Crucial M4 (which is the most often recommended drive) has low write speeds, but high write and access speeds. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedDoes The Hard Drive affect my gaming performance ? Forum SolvedHow does ram speed affect APU ? Forum SolvedHow does swapping an old HDD with a new SSD affect performance? Forum What is 450 Mbps and how does it affect my internet speed? Forum SolvedNew Hard Drive - How does this affect Windows? Forum SolvedDoes hard drive affect PC performance? Forum Does OS HDD affect Stoarge HDD speed *test* Forum how will 14 nm architecture affect performance ? what does architecture have to do with it Forum SolvedHow does tessellation affect performance? Forum SolvedHow much does CAS latency really affect performance? Forum How much does the CPU affect your HDD speed, if at all? Forum Does OS affect PC gaming performance? Forum How much does Chipset change affect the Performance ? Forum How much does quality and speed of Ram affect Premiere and After Effects H.264 Video Encoding speed. Forum SSD write speed and OS performance Forum How low does your CPU temp have to be to affect your performance? Forum How does Mobo fsb bus speed affect overclocking? Forum [gaming] How much does CPU actually affect performance? Forum How much does motherboard affect overall performance? Forum How does monitor resolution affect how your computer performance Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !