SATA 3 SSD Roundup Review

ATTO

Anvil SSD Benchmark Introduction

ATTO

We've run ATTO as part of our suite for a long time and it's always produced good results. Rather than present a giant screenshot we thought we'd focus on the three main block sizes that influence speed changes. Generally drives are slow until the 8KB test, then they pick up at 16KB, remain at roughly that level until 128KB, and once you're at the 1MB mark the speed doesn't really vary.

In ATTO the 128KB block size definitely belongs to the Mushkin, with the Intel once again just edging the large block size transfer rate and definitely holding the lead at 16KB. The Kingston and Corsair are damn close in all tests except for the 4K read which has the Corsair lagging a little behind.

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27-02-2012, 04:43:27

airdeano
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.

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27-02-2012, 08:02:25

Excalabur50
Nice review OC3D just keeps getting better and betterQuote

27-02-2012, 08:24:08

dugdiamond
great review VB Quote

27-02-2012, 08:39:10

steve30x
The prices are finally coming down now and should be a reasonable in price within the next two years hopefully so it will be time to upgrade to SSD when that time comes.Quote

27-02-2012, 08:46:05

Leerooy
Interestingly enough, I was reading an article on Tom's Hardware that took a look at Toshiba's 400GB Enterprise SSD, a $7000 USD SSD. In their testing, the Intel 520 outperformed it in many regards as well. I never really looked at SSDs and compared them but these last two articles I have read from two sites I trust have me very impressed with the Intel 520 Series, to say the least. Well done on the review.Quote
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