|I was wondering if the below setup is interesting:|
I have this computer, on which I would like to use my C drive only as OS disk. For some reason I forgot, I've chosen NTFS as File System ... but, this is the question:
This drive will never be filled (I keep it relatively empty on purpose), so disk usage it not an issue.
But, speed is. For that, I come to understand that using larger allocation units, provides better performance results ... with the drawback of an inferior disk usage (particularly for small files).
I've also read that most systems assume that allocation units are 4K ... and some "things" may work less good when this is altered.
So, creating large allocation units, example 32K units, is it a good idea or not ?
Not sure how these allocation units link up to NTFS versus FAT