Companies pick and choose which synthetic benchmark results they want to advertise. They usually pick the benchmark results that makes their ssd's look good. The problem with synthetic benchmarks is they are not real. That's why they are called synthetic. They were specifically designed to grossly exaggerate very very minor performance differences in ssd's. Modern 3rd generation ssd's form a fairly tight performance cluster. Users can't tell the difference in blind tests. The other problem is that synthetic benchmarks do not accurately represent real world performance. At best they are only a very very rough approximation of real world performance.
In yesterday's thread I posted a link to the ssd database. Did you bother to follow the link and read the ADA Premier Pro SP900 technical reviews? If not here is the link again:http://www.johnnylucky.org/data-storage/ssd-database.html
I suggest you read the reviews to get a much better idea about the SP900 performance.