I was looking at my drives today and noticed something a little odd... My boot drive is a Samsung 970 Evo Pro 500GB purchased about 6 months ago. But the numbers look a little strange. Read and writes... I would have expected that being the boot drive without any games installed on it it would have fairy light use, mostly reads... but for some reason it's showing only 4TB read but nearly 11TB written? I've just noticed that it's nearly constantly writing 7 - 15MB/s to that drive too even though I am installing a game ATM to another drive. Task manager only seems to show the disk activity related to that game install. Pausing the game makes this activity go away, so it's like it's caching all the files on C before moving them to E... but it doesn't seem to be reading C drive at all... so shadow copy for some reason? It seems odd. FYI I'm running the latest Windows 10 (Version 10.0.19042 Build 19042). Drive temps are also quite high, but from what I read this is somewhat normal on the drive... The second drive is essentially under the GPU and it happily sitting at 37C. My second NVME drive (a 1TB Kingston A2000) looks more like what I would expect, minimal writes, LOTS of reads. Pretty amazing that it's it ~2.7TB of writes on a 1TB drive too, I would have thought it would be much closer to 1TB since I have essentially filled the drive once and not really deleted and re-installed anything. So I'm interested, what do people's write and write stats look like for their boot drive vs their game storage drives?