SATA 3 SSD Roundup Review

Anvil IOPS

Anvil SSD Benchmark Introduction

Anvil IOPS

With the smaller data block size you can get through more Input/Output operations per second (hence the IOPS). Even with such a reasonable variance in results it shouldn't overly affect the actual transfer rate. However, in the read tests the Corsair is the most consistent providing good results in all three data block sizes. The Intel struggles with the smaller 4K blocks, but makes it up with the performance in the 32K block size, giving a pretty big 5548 IOPS.

Write testing is much closer between the drives. Indeed you'd struggle to separate them in pure number terms, let alone the realities of daily use.




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27-02-2012, 04:11:41


As we bring a new benchmark to the OC3D suite of testing, we thought we'd give you a quick run through of some popular SSDs.

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27-02-2012, 04:43:27

bravo... awesome review. thank you for the information, testing and evaluation. puts a better light

to the SSD market. and thatll change with the months due to more and more technology and users of SSD.


27-02-2012, 08:02:25

Nice review OC3D just keeps getting better and betterQuote

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