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Five USB 3.0 Flash Drives For Your Pocket

Benchmark Results: Sustained Reads

What we saw in the previous page’s graphs is more easily represented in charts, with TurboHDD boosting PQI’s first-place finish upwards by exactly 31.5 MB/s

Walton Chaintech again takes second place in writes, falling only 11% behind the leading OCZ Enyo. The S533-E comes in at a whopping 50% performance deficit, putting PQI behind OCZ by exactly 12.6%.

  • hardcore_gamer
    nice review..thanks toms
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  • tony singh
    Another proof of ever growing nature of techonology..
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  • rohitbaran
    The heavy-duty gaming hardware used for today’s test is coincidental, as it was already set up on the bench for an upcoming graphics test. It includes Gigabyte’s high-flying X58A-UD9 motherboard.
    Which is the mystery card?
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  • rohitbaran
    BTW, I liked Super Talent Super crypt, despite being slower than OCZ and PQI, it is the size I would be comfortable carrying in my pocket.
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  • huron
    I know these technologies are more toward the "bleeding edge," but it's nice to know that manufacturers see it as enough of a market to start making products. Maybe USB 3.0 will make it mainstream relatively soon.
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  • Would you be able to use the 128GB as a boot drive for win7 and how would they fall in price/performance between sata ssd and a VelociRaptor?
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  • justsayin
    Where's the hint on the upcoming graphics test?
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  • liquidsnake718
    can you play a game like crysis or even warcraft 2 well straight out of this ssd with a no cd crack?
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  • irh_1974
    reclusiveorcWould you be able to use the 128GB as a boot drive for win7 and how would they fall in price/performance between sata ssd and a VelociRaptor?I have been saying this to people for years, that one day you will have your whole PC installation on a flash drive. Just plug into a PC, boot from the flash drive and everything is there.
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  • bCubed
    Too bad it will still be some time before usb 3.0 will become mainstream and even longer for extremely good drives to come out
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