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Copying Files Going Slower than Expected

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It's probably your CPU or RAM bottle-necking the transfer. The NVMe drive probably only has access to half of the PCIe lanes assuming you're running a GPU as well.

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1 minute ago, Tom Britton said:

It's probably your CPU or RAM bottle-necking the transfer. The NVMe drive probably only has access to half of the PCIe lanes assuming you're running a GPU as well.

Could it possibly be because I have the flash drive in the USB 2.0 port rather than the 3.0 port?

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Just now, LeroTL said:

Could it possibly be because I have the flash drive in the USB 2.0 port rather than the 3.0 port?

Yes.

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Just now, Origami Cactus said:

You sure you are using a usb 3.0 port? 38MB/s sounds awfully like usb 2.0 limited speed.

That appears to be the case.

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Definitely since about 40MB/s is the max USB2.0 can do.


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