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Kingston HyperX Savage SSD Review

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ATTO Disk Benchmark

The ATTO Disk Benchmark program is free, and offers a comprehensive set of test variables to work with. In terms of disk performance, it measures interface transfer rates at various intervals for a user-specified length and then reports read and write speeds for these spot-tests. There are some minor improvements made to the 2.46 version of the program that allow for test lengths up to 2GB, but all of our benchmarks are conducted with 256MB total length. ATTO Disk Benchmark requires that an active partition be set on the drive being tested. Please consider the results displayed by this benchmark to be basic bandwidth speed performance indicators.

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240GB HyperX Savage SSD ATTO Benchmark Results

Our bandwidth speed tests begin with the HyperX Savage solid state drive attached to the Intel P67-Express SATA 6Gb/s controller operating in AHCI mode. Using the ATTO Disk Benchmark tool, the test drive performs basic file transfers ranging from 0.5 KB to 8192 KB.

The 240GB model provided to Benchmark Reviews for testing produced 566 MBps maximum read speeds that plateau from around 128-8192 KB file chunks, and 547 MBps peak write bandwidth that plateaus from 128-8192 KB. These results outperform Kingston’s specifications of 560/530 MBps for the 240GB HyperX Savage SSD model, and secures a spot at the very top of our test results:

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In the next section, Benchmark Reviews tests sequential performance using the CrystalDiskMark 3.0 software tool…


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1 comment

  1. kzinti1

    “COMMENT QUESTION: Which brand of SSD do you trust most?”
    INTEL. Above all else.
    Who could possibly make a better SSD than the maker of the cpu that controls it?
    I just received a freebie from GALAX, when I ordered a GALAX GTX 980 HOF video-card from their factory.
    The SSD is their new “Gamer” series SSD and it’s 240GB.
    I haven’t had time to try it out, but it isn’t an INTEL, plus it’s also the largest SSD that GALAX makes.
    Way too small for much of anything except a few games.
    I’m waiting on my INTEL 1.2TB PCI-E SSD to arrive.
    The absolutely fastest SSD ever invented, bar none!

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