Crucial’s new RealSSD C300 positions itself right after the leader, Intel’s X25-M G2...
… and it does very well in the gaming test, as well.
Overall, PCMark Vantage showcases Intel's abilities. Crucial’s new drive is similarly fast, but performance may drop to the level of the Indilinx drives. These are extremely consistent in performance, while the new drives from Kingston and WD show differences over time.
- SSD Roundup, Part 2: Crucial's SATA 6Gb/s, WD's First SSD
- Crucial RealSSD C300 (256GB, SATA 6Gb/s)
- Kingston SSDNow V-Series (128GB)
- Western Digital SiliconEdge Blue (256GB)
- Test Setup And Comparison Table
- Access Time And I/O Performance
- Throughput, Streaming, 4K Testing, Interface
- PCMark Vantage Application Test
- Power Consumption And Efficiency