The BlackMagic application tests performance of drives using sequential streams of incompressible data. Again, the Pro V Max performs similarly to the other SF-2281 based drives with synchronous NAND. While performance drops compared to with compressible data, but this combination still leads.
Boot speeds with the Pro V Max are fast at 23 seconds.
Like the Windows file copy test, the Pro V Max pulls ahead with smaller file sizes, namely the Document and MP3 filesets. Copying larger files, where the the transfer is essentially a continuous sequential transfer results in a bit of a speed drop for the Pro V Max compared to other drives in the class. Keep in mind the filesets for both the Mac and Windows file copy tests are exactly the same.