HDTune 3.50

HDTune tests a similar level of features that HDTach does, but with a slightly different access pattern and thus can provide us with an additional set of benchmark numbers to compare between storage configurations.  Here we can get the minimum, maximum and average transfer rates as well as the burst rates, access times and CPU utilizations. 

Intel X25-M 'G2' 34nm 160GB SSD Review - Storage  1

HDTune has been all over the map lately.
Whatever method they are using to determine burst seems to have backwards effects on SSDs.

Intel X25-M 'G2' 34nm 160GB SSD Review - Storage  2

A very consistent and dominating showing from the G2 X25-M.

Intel X25-M 'G2' 34nm 160GB SSD Review - Storage  3

No luck hitting 0.0 in HDTune.
One decimal place is meant more for platter-based disks and provides insufficient resolution for Solid State Drives.

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