HDD benchmark program?

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dustyschaffner
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Somewhere, a long time ago, I got a benchmarking program for HDDs, but I cannot remember what it was. A little help in figuring out what it was?
I remember it doing a file transfer speed test. It did about 10 files, each test the file increased in size, and total transfer speed was recorded and put on a horizontal bar graph for each test, to determine what file size came up with what speed. It also recorded latency I believe. I used this at one point in time to see how fast my drives were, now that I have a new chipset and drives, I would like to give it another go to see what my improvement really is.

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Just found it! ATTO utility

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There is also CrystalDiskMark for read and write testing.

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I've already used the two and they gives similar result but n ot with the same tests ;)

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