Kingston SSD Now V+ 256GB Review
Smoother than Jims car after an afternoon with the wax. Both the 8MB and 32MB results give very good results across the board, even beating Kingstons claims.
Sequential Read 8MB Sequential Read 32MB
IO Meter is a new test to us and we're still working on how to present its results in the most useful manner. However the important thing to note is that using a small 4KB chunk read and write test the results mirror those above. This will become important below, and in the Crystal Disk Mark later.
Read 4KB chunks Write 4KB chunks
ATTO Disk Benchmark demonstrates the solidity of the results from the SSD Now V+. The moment we get to 64KB chunks, and above, the V+ is rock solid all the way through to 8MB.
Below 64KB though, we have a slight curiosity. Even given our knowledge that small data sizes always lead to a much slower transfer rate than the larger chunks, these are still very slow transfers. We'd expect something more in the 60MB/s bracket than 11.