We add PCMark Vantage results to show what PCI Express-based SSDs could do to your systems if they were used as operating system or application drives on enthusiast machines or workstations.
With only few exceptions, the LSI and OCZ drives do not manage to clearly outperfom an individual SSD like OCZ's Vertex 2, and as a result, both make very little sense as application drives.
This is entirely different for the Fusion-io offerings, as these double or triple the effective storage performance level in popular application scenarions. If only they were bootable. Thus, those victories mean nothing at all.
- PCI Express-Powered Storage By Fusion-io, LSI, OCZ
- PCI Express Storage Concepts
- Fusion-io ioDrive (160/112 GB) And ioXtreme (80 GB)
- LSI WarpDrive Acceleration Card SLP-300 (300 GB)
- OCZ Ibis (240 GB)
- New AS SSD Benchmark
- Test Procedure And Access Time Results
- Benchmark Results: Database And File Server I/O Performance
- Benchmark Results: Web Server And Workstation I/O Performance
- Benchmark Results: 4 KB Random Reads/Writes
- Benchmark Results: AS SSD Copy Testing
- Benchmark Results: AS SSD Sequential Read/Write
- Benchmark Results: AS SSD Read/Write And Total Score
- Benchmark Results: PCMark Vantage
- Compression Test: Fusion-io ioDrive And ioXtreme
- Compression Test: LSI WarpDrive SLP-300
- Compression Test: OCZ Ibis