OCZ Agility 4 Solid State Drives: 128 GB and 256 GB Models Reviewed. Page 7
[08/13/2012 11:33 AM | Storage]
by Ilya Gavrichenkov
Solid state drives from OCZ Vertex 4 family have been continuously praised, but their price is still far from affordable. However, OCZ also has a less expensive product in their lineup using the same design, but built with asynchronous flash memory. This is Agility 4 family. Is this one just as attractive as the Vertex 4? Let’s find out!
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We use AS SSD version 1.6.4237.30508 test to benchmark the speed of copying files within a single partition the size of the whole SSD. The SSDs are tested in their steady state.
A good ratio of read to write speed is important for copying, so it is no wonder that the SSDs with the Indilinx Everest 2 controller take top positions in the diagrams above. Their read speed is just comparable to their write speed. As for the Agility 4 series in particular, they are about as fast as the Crucial m4 and ahead of the SandForce-based products in this test.
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