IOMeter – Average Transaction Time (rev 1)
Back with the Kingston SSDNow V Series 40GB review, I revised the layout of these graphs to better show SSD latency and access time. First, I have removed HDD results as they throw the scale too far to tell any meaningful difference in the SSD's you are trying to focus on. Second, I have reduced the queue depth scale down to 4. In practical terms of a running OS, queue depth is how many commands are 'stacked up' on the SSD at that time. An SSD is so fast at servicing requests that typical use will rarely see it increasing past 4. In the cases where it does, there is so much going on that you are more concerned with IOPS and throughput at that point than transaction time. The below charts are meant to show how nimble a given SSD is. Think of it as how well a car handles as opposed to how fast it can go.
That lel so gamer skull is
That lel so gamer skull is killing me.
I like the Intel Skull logo!
I like the Intel Skull logo! They haven’t used it on a lot of things outside their desktop boards, but I think it’s awesome.
Allyn, your reviews are the
Allyn, your reviews are the bee’s knees. <3's
So can I OC this drive past
So can I OC this drive past what intel has already done. I would like that.
Nope. I wouldn’t want to push
Nope. I wouldn't want to push this any further. Intel can guarantee no data loss due to the overclock but only at as high as they have chosen to clock it.
Thanks Allen. Count me still
Thanks Allen. Count me still in the same boat with firmware should be solid out of the box *cough* OCZ *cough* where flashing shouldn’t be necessary, and overclocking storage solutions being a bad idea.
Enthusiasts may find some fun out of this, but I can’t get it out of my head that its just a bad idea to do it on storage. That’s taking overclocking a little too far lol.
You’re right in that SSDs
You're right in that SSDs with user selectable over clocks are a bad idea and would be difficult to implement well / safely. As such, Intel chose to set these overclock speeds from the factory. They are not adjustable. It also means those speeds are covered by the same 5 year warranty.
Actually I tend to trust
Actually I tend to trust Intel as far as the overclocking goes. I don’t mind this, no different than overclocking anything else. Then again, I may be wrong. The Intel of today is not quite in the same position as the Intel of 10 years ago. Who’s to say they aren’t willing to gamble a bit.
Crucial M500 480GB
Crucial M500 480GB
Really at 122F that is kinda
Really at 122F that is kinda warm, three years from now if that the drive will be dead. That’s of course depending on the amount of tear the cells go through before then.
Nevertheless nice review and still thinking about the Samsung EVO 256GB for the new system build.
Also where did you get that Digital Infrared Thermometer?
Harbor Freight 🙂
Harbor Freight 🙂
At 16:58 in the video, why
At 16:58 in the video, why did Ryan say the most popular SSDs are “unfortunately” the 840 evo? I was under the impression that that was a pretty good drive, what is wrong with it?
Not a thing! It’s
Not a thing! It's 'unfortunate' for the SSD 730.
Not to be mean here … but I
Not to be mean here … but I am trying to decide on this vs. an 840 evo. Why would I buy this when the spec’s are better on an evo and the price is much lower? It seems like such a price hike for a 730 for marginally better performance. Or am I completely missing something?
So – it wouldn’t advisable to
So – it wouldn’t advisable to put this in an Icy Dock? It would have a fan on the side of it and I had planned on getting this drive. but the heat is a little worrisome.
Well it think Mobile data
Well it think Mobile data centers offers numerous benefits over regular data centers such as makeshift storage, disaster management, colocation alternative, and competitive costs. source .. http://www.cloudwedge.com/