Page 1:The HDD is Beaten
Page 2:Flash SSD Tech Talk
Page 3:Memoright SSD MR25.2-032S
Page 4:Test Controller: Adaptec RAID 5805
Page 5:Test Setup
Page 6:Memoright SDD Benchmark Results
Page 7:Read Transfer Performance
Page 8:I/O Performance
Page 9:Power Consumption
Page 10:RAID 0 Benchmark Results: SSD vs. Conventional Drives
Page 11:I/O Performance (RAID 0, 4 Drives)
Page 13:Flash SSD Comparison Table
Read Transfer Performance
The throughput of 115 MB/s is a new record. It is especially interesting to see that it only drops to a minimum of 112 MB/s, while all mechanical hard drives deliver slower data transfer once you move from the faster outer sectors to the inner sectors of the rotating platters. A Western Digital VelociRaptor provides slightly better maximum transfer rates, but its minimum transfer speed drops to only 65 MB/s. While this is still a great result, it cannot compare to the flash SSDs.
Write Transfer Performance
A write speed of 120 MB/s is a result that might have been stimulated by the Adaptec controller’s cache memory. However, the data transfer diagram clearly shows that this drive maintains this high throughput.
PCMark05 Application Performance
File write performance competes with the throughput of the WD VelociRaptor, which is excellent for a flash-based hard drive. However, the Memoright drive is also 10x more expensive than the VelociRaptor.
Obviously, Mtron’s Flash SSD still is quicker when it comes to starting Windows XP. Yet, Memoright is the second fastest and more than twice as fast as any other mechanical hard drive.
- The HDD is Beaten
- Flash SSD Tech Talk
- Memoright SSD MR25.2-032S
- Test Controller: Adaptec RAID 5805
- Test Setup
- Memoright SDD Benchmark Results
- Read Transfer Performance
- I/O Performance
- Power Consumption
- RAID 0 Benchmark Results: SSD vs. Conventional Drives
- I/O Performance (RAID 0, 4 Drives)
- Flash SSD Comparison Table