The following tests show performance levels if the data you're writing is not compressable.
Fusion-io ioDrive Unused
The freshly-reset and sanitized Fusion-io ioDrive delivers more than 700 MB/s reads and writes in a fresh state.
Fusion-io ioDrive Used
This also applies to the drive in a used condition. There is a performance drop below 700 MB/s, but it never dips under 600 MB/s, even if the data cannot be compressed very well. These are great results.
Fusion-io ioXtreme Unused
As the ioXtreme utilizes MLC flash memory instead of SLC NAND flash; it does not deliver the same impressive write performance as the ioDrive. However, reads are equally great for non-compressible data. Let’s look at the performance in a used state.
Fusion-io ioXtreme Used
Once again, Fusion-io maintains its performance level. Whether or not the used data can be compressed is irrelevant for these products.
- 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