Are the read/write of SSD real? Tags: SSD HD Movies Storage Last response: June 6, 2012 1:01 AM in Storage Share darkstar845 June 6, 2012 12:52:20 AM Some SSD have a specification of read:550 MB/s and write:520MB/s. Are these speeds theoretical or is that the real speed most of the time when you are reading and copying large files like HD movies. More about : read write ssd real fantastik250 a b G Storage June 6, 2012 1:01:10 AM Yes they are real. In terms of real world performance it may be under that by just a bit. It comes down to compressed data vs incompressed data. And you have to use SATA 3 ports to achieve those speeds. These are the benchmarks from last year 2011, they don't have a 2012 version yet: http://www.tomshardware.com/charts/ssd-charts-2011/benc... You can take a look at the read and write benchmarks (MB/s). m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedBad Read/Write Speeds on SSD solution SolvedWhats the fastest read/write SSD out there now? solution SolvedMy Kingston SSD says 450MB/s read/write but on CrystalDiskMark it only pulls 228 and 171 solution SolvedSlow Read/Write despite SSD solution SolvedExtremely slow SSD small-file read/write on new z87 comp. Best AHCI driver to use? solution SolvedSSD Read/Write Speeds Far Below Expected solution 840 evo ssd read/write speeds solution SolvedRead/Write Errors on new SSD Forum SolvedSSD sequential read/write differences: do they matter??? Forum SolvedWhat are some good ways to test my SSD\'s read-write speed? Forum Low Read/Write Speeds SSD and USB 3.0 solution low iops (random read/write) SSD samsung 840 pro 256GB solution 32 bit vs 64 : HDD / SSD read-write speed solution Slow boot times but great read/write speeds SSD..? Forum SSD Read/Write Speeds Slow Forum Cant get max read/write out of OCZ VERTEX 3 MAX IOPS SATA III 2.5" SSD Forum What are some good ways to test my SSD's read-write speed? Forum 35GB Partition 0.31ms seek 75mb/s+ Read/Write SSD Eat your Heart Out Forum SolvedSamsung SSD EVO 840 120 GB Real copy speed so slow solution SolvedIs there still real benefit of having Ramdisk on 16GB DDR 1600 + SSD setup solution More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !