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Performance of AES NI and AES-enabled


madviperseven
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Hello. This is probably a very amateurish question but I'm curious as to how a system running a processor with the "AES NI" extension will perform when combined with an SSD with on-board AES in a full disk encryption environment.

How would the system perform:


-with AES NI and on-disk encryption enabled?
-AES NI disabled, on-disk encryption enabled?
-AES NI enabled, on-disk encryption disabled?

Perhaps this is a research question but I was wondering if anybody could provide the answer quickly. Does anybody have any hands-on experience with these configurations?

Stay safe,
mvs

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