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Thomas Watson, chairman of IBM, 1943As someone who works for one of the big three AV firms. the bottleneck will be usb versus sata and decomposing files.

The idea is to build the machine for as cheap as possible, squeezing out of it faster scans and doing 2 3 drives at the same time potentially.

if the target drive has alot of compressed data or mime containers it is still going to take a while to run. not much can be done there. I should have you banned for my money.

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Anyone here really big on this or keep a bench machine up to date? I'll most likely install Deep Freeze on it to prevent the drive itself from being infected between machines, or within that install create virtual machines with VMWare assuming no major performance hits (Of course a CPU with virtualization would help in this case)

Thomas Watson, chairman of IBM, 1943Welch wrote:Thanks for the very detailed explanation Maxx, this is exactly the kind of info I was hoping for .

I can tell you that at this point I'm using Avast IS. I'm surprised to hear that the OS of the host scan machine would play a major role in scan times. I would have thought all relevant information from the AV would be loaded into memory and be ran from there. There is no doubt in my mind about the speed benefits of SSDs in general, I'm just curious what most popular AV software actually do step by step in order to process a file, especially when it comes across something it has to decompress. Care to elaborate a bit more and possible explain the steps the software would generally take and why its more advantageous to have faster cores not more? As for Cache and cache speed, that makes sense to me as instructions can be called on very faster not having to go through the rest of the systems slower resources (even system memory).

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So I'd assume a Core i3 4130 with 2x4GB of ram and a high IOPS(4k) SSD would drastically decrease the time of scans compared an "8 core" AMD equivalent with the same RAM and SSD?

most AV (ours included) claim to be multithreaded but wont exceed 20 30% cpu time on each core . so number of threads is not as important as Air Max 90 For Women Red the speed of the cpu + cpu cache size.

dual core cpu running 3+ghz with a decent cache size

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This seems like something that would be very interesting for TR to do a write up on, considering most of these parts are something already in house. It would provide a lot of real world data for techs like myself who want Nike Air Max For Kids

a esata doc to mount the drives your clearing

I've been running a scan machine here in my office using old parts, little Core 2 Duo's and all. I'm noticing those that it takes quite awhile to get through a scan and at present I'm only doing a single drive at a time. So when taking into account the cost/time benefits of a faster machine and interesting thought came to mind. Would the benefits of an AMD CPU finally be worth using for Avast virus scans vs say a Core i3 with Hyper threading? Bare in mind, this machine would be used for simple virus scans of drives connected via USB 3.0 docking stations and making Acronis backups.

So I'd assume a Core i3 4130 with 2x4GB of ram and a high IOPS(4k) SSD would drastically decrease the time of scans compared an "8 core" AMD equivalent with the same RAM and SSD?

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Most scanners run 3 levels deep on objects. Things like mountable virtual drives, iso, zips, mime containers such as pdf, xls, word, emails, jar files, class files. The larger majority of your time will be spent scanning inside those file types. Most of the time the temp work of extracting and scanning these files will be the windows temp path or the Av's temp path.

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optimize your scan, make sure the scanners temp file is running on a faster drive. (ssd) this will help with the large amount of disk IOp/s your going to inccur.

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to build a machine with a very specific purpose.

i'd suggest a small ssd (128 gigs) for the os drive and where the virus scanner runs from

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Thanks for the very detailed explanation Maxx, this is exactly the kind of info I was hoping for .

I can tell you that at this point I'm using Avast IS. I'm surprised to hear that the OS of the host scan machine would play a major role in scan times. I would have thought all relevant information from the AV would be loaded into memory and be ran from there. There is no doubt in my mind about the speed benefits of SSDs in general, I'm just curious what most popular AV software actually do step by step in order to process a file, especially when it comes across something it has to decompress. Care to elaborate a bit more and possible explain the steps the software would generally take and why its more advantageous to have faster cores not more? As for Cache and cache speed, that makes sense to me as instructions can be called on very faster not having to go through the rest of the systems slower resources (even system memory).

This seems like something that would be very interesting for TR to do a write up on, considering most of these parts are something already in house. It would provide a lot of real world data for techs like myself who want to build a machine with a very specific purpose.

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