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It takes me 90 minutes to do an image of 590 GB through a USB 3.0 port. Is this within the parameters of Macrium? Thanks.


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What is the size of the backup file created? 
Check your log file down, near the end, what is the I/O performance (read and write speeds)?
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Drac144 - 1 January 2018 10:52 PM
What is the size of the backup file created? 
Check your log file down, near the end, what is the I/O performance (read and write speeds)?

OK, It reads: I/O Performance: Read 1.9 Gb/s - Write 1.1 Gb/s



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Your numbers of 90 min for 560GB work out to about 109MB/second and I'd day that is pretty typical for a reasonably good PC.
Your numbers at the end of the log file are roughly about 9X faster than what my imaging reports on the Intel i3 laptop with a 5400RPM HD source and 6GB of RAM writing to a USB 3 external HD that I'm doing this post on.​
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You're averaging just over 100mB/s during an imaging operation which is within tolerance for HDD spinners which you are using.  The VelociRaptor should be quicker but I'm sure it can only be a SOURCE or a DESTINATION, not both.

You're close to where you should be, especially using a USB3 DATA path.
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