Page 1:Meet Micron's P320h PCI Express-Based SSD
Page 2:Micron's 32-Channel Controller Simplifies PCIe-Based SSDs
Page 3:Micron's Firmware And Monitoring Software
Page 4:Test Setup, Benchmarks, And Methodology
Page 5:Measuring Write Endurance: SLC Wins Again
Page 6:4 KB Random Performance
Page 7:Enterprise Workload Performance
Page 8:Sequential Performance
Page 9:Enterprise Video Streaming Performance
Page 10:Power Consumption
Page 11:Micron's RealSSD P320h: The Future Of Enterprise-Class SSDs?
When it comes to sequential performance, the P320h lives up to expectations...so long as you throw enough operations at it. Normally, we use ATTO for evaluating sequential performance across transfer sizes. This causes a problem for us, though. ATTO's low queue depths negatively affect the P320h's outcome. At the utility's maximum queue depth of 10, Micron's drive goes severely underutilized.
Switching over to Iometer and a queue depth of 32 gives us performance results closer to what we were expecting. Although we weren't quite able to coax 3.2 GB/s out of it, we consistently saw more than 2.8 GB/s, peaking above 3 GB/s.
Sequential write operations result in a similar tale. Although the P320h responds better to writes at lower queue depths than it did to reads, dipping below 32 outstanding operations causes the P320h to hit its peak moving 2 MB blocks (as opposed to 128 KB blocks).
- Meet Micron's P320h PCI Express-Based SSD
- Micron's 32-Channel Controller Simplifies PCIe-Based SSDs
- Micron's Firmware And Monitoring Software
- Test Setup, Benchmarks, And Methodology
- Measuring Write Endurance: SLC Wins Again
- 4 KB Random Performance
- Enterprise Workload Performance
- Sequential Performance
- Enterprise Video Streaming Performance
- Power Consumption
- Micron's RealSSD P320h: The Future Of Enterprise-Class SSDs?