Page 1:In A Rush?
Page 2:Chaintech Apogee Astro And OCZ Enyo
Page 3:Power Quotient International (PQI) SSD S533-E
Page 4:Super Talent’s Express Drive And SuperCrypt Pro
Page 5:Test System Configuration
Page 6:Transfer Diagrams: Sequential Reads
Page 7:Benchmark Results: Sustained Reads
Page 8:Benchmark Results: Repetitive Transfers And Access Times
Page 9:Operations Per Second
Page 10:PCMark Vantage
PCMark’s hard drive score is widely used to determine the performance nature of a drive, though individual tests are more revealing than its overall score. We include the overall score to allow comparison with other articles.
Super Talent probably wished we’d put a little more emphasis on this particular benchmark, as it shows the drives’ enhanced driver pushing it far into the lead.
Windows Startup performance favors the OCZ Enyo, with Super Talent trailing slightly.
OCZ drops to third place in Windows Defender, with Super Talent leading PQI.
For video editing, Super Talent’s SuperCrypt USB 3.0 also leads, with OCZ’s Enyo taking second place.
- In A Rush?
- Chaintech Apogee Astro And OCZ Enyo
- Power Quotient International (PQI) SSD S533-E
- Super Talent’s Express Drive And SuperCrypt Pro
- Test System Configuration
- Transfer Diagrams: Sequential Reads
- Benchmark Results: Sustained Reads
- Benchmark Results: Repetitive Transfers And Access Times
- Operations Per Second
- PCMark Vantage