OCZ Trifecta Secure Digital Memory

Testing

Testing

In order to put the Trifecta through its paces I plugged it into a test system consisting of the following components:

CPU:
Intel Core 2 Duo E4300
Motherboard:
Asus P5N-E SLI
RAM:
2GB Patriot PC8500
HDD:
WD Raptor 150GB

All the tests conducted on the SD card were done with the card plugged straight into the USB port. Below we can see the SD card formatted with FAT32, with a capacity of 952mb.

ocz_props

Firstly I ran a HDTach benchmark:

ocz_hdtach


Then I ran two of the Sisoft Sandra Disk benchmarks:


ocz_si1 ocz_si2


As you can see the Trifecta scores quite well in the tests. With a Read speed averaging 10mbps, it may not compare to conventional hard disk drives, but it trounces them with an incredible 1.5ms access time. In Sisoft's removable tests it scored below the other drives on the Combined indexing test, but turned out to have a fairly high endurance factor.

Overall the card performs well for a MicroSD card; proven by its results in these tests.

Let's head over the page for the conclusion...
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