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Kingston SSDNow V+ Series 128GB Solid State Drive
Author: Steven Kean
Manufacturer: Kingston
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March 10, 2010

Testing (continued):

HD Tach

Simpli Software's HD Tach has been around unchanged for many years. It measures Burst (MB/s), Average Read (MB/s) and Random Access (ms). As with the previous benchmarks, higher scores are better for Burst and Average Read, and lower scores are better for Random Access time.

As has been the case, the Intel SSD tops the Kingston SSD by a little. What was surprising is that the Seagate 3.5" drive beat the Kingston SSD in Burst; however Kingston still beat the Seagate drive in Average Read.


ATTO's Disk Benchmark is a well known disk benchmark utility; at CES 2010 this is the second benchmark that most manufacturers were using. It tests performance with many different files sizes to provide a good view of the drives capability. Results are presented in MB/s, where a higher score is better.

On the left is the Intel SSD, on the right is the Kingston SSD.

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ATTO matches what the other benchmarks have shown; the Intel drive is better at read speeds, while the Kingston is best at write speeds.

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