Page 1:New Thumb Drives With eSATA And High Capacities
Page 2: Introducing eSATA… Kind of
Page 3:128 GB And USB 2.0: Kingston Data Traveler 200
Page 4: 32 GB, eSATA/USB: Maxell Solid State Drive
Page 5:8 GB, eSATA/USB: OCZ Throttle eSATA Flash Drive
Page 6: 32 GB Silicon Power eSATA/USB SSD
Page 7:Test Setup And Access Time
Page 8:Throughput Results
Page 9:I/O Performance Results
I/O Performance Results
I/O performance is not very relevant to desktop-type applications, like storing project files, music, videos, or personal files on a thumb drive. However, it becomes important if you intend to execute applications or even an operating system from the memory device.
The combination of quick access times and fast read throughput allows for quick file server I/O performance in the case of OCZ’s Throttle drive. In this benchmark, the interface type is less important, revealing the actual differences of each device on a flash configuration level.
Our Web server test does not execute writes, only lots of small block random read operations. The eSATA connections seem to have obvious advantages here. These results are still clearly faster than the performance you’d get from conventional hard drives for Web server-type I/O operations.
- New Thumb Drives With eSATA And High Capacities
- Introducing eSATA… Kind of
- 128 GB And USB 2.0: Kingston Data Traveler 200
- 32 GB, eSATA/USB: Maxell Solid State Drive
- 8 GB, eSATA/USB: OCZ Throttle eSATA Flash Drive
- 32 GB Silicon Power eSATA/USB SSD
- Test Setup And Access Time
- Throughput Results
- I/O Performance Results