dicecca112 wrote:I haven't used the Intels, and probably won't because the price is far too high, but for MLC this is incredible. Kudos to Intel for creating an incredible controller. As for the prices people are complaining about, you have to remember that Intel is selling theses for more because they can, they beat anything on the market, including most SLC drives. I expected actually higher prices
gwolfman wrote:Post by gwolfman on 09 Sep 2008 09:32 am
Apoptosis wrote:gwolfman wrote:Post by gwolfman on 09 Sep 2008 09:32 am
I added the HD Tune Pro 64MB File test for the VelociRaptors in RAID 0 for you on page 4 - http://www.legitreviews.com/article/788/4/
I also added Sandra 2009 Read performance numbers that I did and forgot to post yesterday - http://www.legitreviews.com/article/788/7/
The last change I made to the article is that I added the ATTO Disk Benchmark I/O Comparison numbers, I did the test just didn't originally include them - http://www.legitreviews.com/article/788/8/
Hope those additions help add something to the article!
I'm working on the 80% testing as we speak, so expect an update on thursday/friday.
A typical client usage of 20 GB writes per day is assumed. Should the host system attempt to exceed 20 GB writes per day by a large margin for an extended period, the
drive will enable the endurance management feature to adjust write performance. By efficiently managing performance, this feature enables the device to have, at a
minimum, a five year useful life. Under normal operation conditions, the drive will not invoke this feature.
Vanhelm wrote:I see your point, and agree with you that read performance shouldn't be affected. Maybe Apoptosis can contact an Intel rep to look into that. Maybe it's a bug in the firmware...
Apoptosis wrote:Vanhelm wrote:I see your point, and agree with you that read performance shouldn't be affected. Maybe Apoptosis can contact an Intel rep to look into that. Maybe it's a bug in the firmware...
The firmware has been updated since I was shipped the drive as I did the upgrade myself, so I know they have been making improvements over the past several months. From my understanding the firmware that I used for the benchmarking is the shipping version that will hit the streets.
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