In terms of our 4K write latency benchmark, the Toshiba drive moved more toward the bottom of the leaderboard with 0.0269ms and 4.70ms in average and.
which uses transfer sizes ranging from 512.
In write performance the BarraCuda gave us the fastest write performance 0.91MB/s and landed about in the middle of.
Our web server profile is read-only with a spread of transfer sizes from.
When switching to smaller 4K random transfers, the Seagate 1TB recorded reads and write of 0.197MB/s and 0.986MB/s.
profile is read-only with a spread of transfer sizes from 512-byte to 512KB. In.
Here, the WD Blue SSHD 4TB measured 0.222MB/s in read activity and a leading 0.487MB/s in.
Our web server profile is read-only with a spread of transfer sizes from 512-byte to 512KB. Here, the WD.
The X400 makes use of SanDisk’s nCache 2.0 technology, which leverages multi-tiered architecture.
with transfer sizes ranging from 512-bytes to 512KB. The SanDisk X400 was the slowest drive tested.
When looking at 4K write latency (both the average and maximum readings) the Samsung 950 Pro showed top average latency readings with 0.0219; however.
only with a spread of transfer sizes from.
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The 960 EVO beat out the Pro version in average with 0.0244ms and came in second in max latency with.
which uses transfer sizes ranging from 512 bytes to 512KB. In this scenario, the Samsung 960.