Page 1:HyperDrive 4 - The Fastest Hard Disk In The World?
Page 2:Hard Drives, Flash Drives, RAM Drives
Page 3:The HyperDrive 4 By HyperOS / Accelerated Logic
Page 4:Inside The HyperDrive 4
Page 5:Solid State Drive Comparison Table
Page 6:Storage Benchmark Results
Page 7:Access Time
Page 8:Read Transfer Rates
Page 9:Windows XP Startup Performance (PCMark05)
Page 10:I/O Performance
Page 11:Application Benchmark Results
Page 12:Conclusion: HyperDrive 4 The Fastest Of Its Kind
Read Transfer Rates
The results here couldn't be more obvious. A single HyperDrive 4 is as fast as two SanDisk SSD5000 Flash-based solid state drives in a RAID 0 configuration. Putting two HyperDrive 4 modules into a RAID 0 results in double the sequential read performance: 243 MB/s. And this result is sustained across the entire capacity of the HyperOS drive.
Write Transfer Rates
The write transfer performance looks similar, but none of the drives can sustain the excellent read results. You will notice the high maximum write throughput for the results we received with the Areca RAID controller: once again, this happened because the controller caches the writes, and thus provides a tremendous performance with initial writes. Look at the average and minimum performance to see how fast the HyperDrive 4 really is when writing directly into its DDR memory.
- HyperDrive 4 - The Fastest Hard Disk In The World?
- Hard Drives, Flash Drives, RAM Drives
- The HyperDrive 4 By HyperOS / Accelerated Logic
- Inside The HyperDrive 4
- Solid State Drive Comparison Table
- Storage Benchmark Results
- Access Time
- Read Transfer Rates
- Windows XP Startup Performance (PCMark05)
- I/O Performance
- Application Benchmark Results
- Conclusion: HyperDrive 4 The Fastest Of Its Kind