i new tip for Better Capture Performance -
1) Create a new NTFS partition with 64KB cluster size and wipe the partition or make Full format
i sow here:
i that case we cupture Almost without compression so definitely We are dealing with very big files..5. Plan Your Cluster Size
The default cluster size on NTFS volumes is 4K, which is fine if your files are typically small and generally remain the same size. But if your files are generally much larger or tend to grow over time as applications modify them, try increasing the cluster size on your drives to 16K or even 32K to compensate. That will reduce the amount of space you are wasting on your drives and will allow files to open slightly faster.
Two caveats, though:
The second caveat means that you should also ..
- If you want to compress older files to save disk space using NTFS compression, you have to leave the cluster size at 4K.
- The smaller your files (compared with the cluster size), the more fragmented your volume will tend to become over time.
so now you maybe asking way a added "?" in the title..
the reason is that i am not sure about it.. i just give idea but you need to test it..
i am testing it now
it will good if you tell me if it is working!
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Last edited by gil900; 24th Feb 2013 at 08:05.
Yes, choose the biggest cluster size you can.
The only downside is that file boundaries smaller than your cluster size will have to fill a full cluster, wasting some space. If you have giant captures and not many small files on the drive, it's no issue.