4x Intel 760P 1TB M.2 NVMe RAID0 Review OverKILL3D
Published: 9th May 2018 | Source: Intel | Price: |
For one day only we have a new graph in our ATTO results. Normally we test a selection of block sizes to give a good overview of the capabilities of the drive on test, secure in the knowledge that by the time we've hit the 1MB block size the drive wont get any faster. With the Intel 760P NVMe though it keeps on scaling up all the way until we're dealing in 64MB block sizes. The numbers we obtained were so gaudy that it would have been doing a disservice to not show them to you, whilst also demonstrating how well both the 760P and ASUS Hyper can scale as you keep adding more drives to your RAID array. Yes, that is 10GB/s you're seeing on the four drive large block read test.