Discussion in 'Computer Memory and Hard Drives' started by spirit, Oct 15, 2013.
+1 for that
Yeah I was thinking about this today actually and it would be a good idea. The speeds are so vastly different between the different classes that we'd still know who was the fastest/slowest overall. I think I'll do it!
The leaderboard has now been divided into:
PCIe SSDs Read/Write
SATA RAID SSDs Read/Write
USB Flash Drives Read/Write
RAM Disks Read/Write
I got a DataTraveller 100 G3 64GB today - quite a bit slower than the SanDisk Extreme 64GB I also own.
All right I'll give it a shot.
Edit: Drive is a Q Series Pro.
@MyCattMaxx which specific Toshiba SSD is this?
It didn't say on the box so I looked at the drive and it's a Q Series Pro.
Thanks. I've added it to the leaderboard. It looks like it's one of the fastest single SATA SSDs we've ever had!
Kingston SSDNow V300 120GB SATA 6GBps - installed ten of these in some PCs we're setting up for a local children's charity.
This does actually say ComputerForum.com in it, I didn't forget it like a pleb...
Great score, one of the fastest SATA SSDs on the leaderboard! Leaderboard has been updated - and I've also added salvage-this' scores which have rather embarrassingly been here since November!
Can I update my scores?
I have a RAID-1 if you are interested (then gonna run the SSD again in RAID mode rather than AHCI)...
Just lemme reboot to check something and run the test for you for the SSD
Just remember that this is now using RAID rather than AHCI mode.
I know it is not allowed in the leaderboards, but I managed to get this out of RAPID mode
If I set it to run on 0s mode, I can get this:
But you only have the single SSD right, so not in RAID.
Run again, but select your RAID volume.
2 x 850 PRO in RAID0
Top is RAID. Bottom is the SSD.
The entire controller is set to RAID. Not just the array itself as I cant do that.
Yes, apparently my glaucoma is affecting my ability to see large, colored photos..LOL
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