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Performance in WinBench 99

We will use WinBench 99 for low-level tests. This benchmark goes first and we “organize” the flash memory cells before it (by a stream of read requests as the SSD manufacturers suggest), so it is indicative of the maximum speed you can have with your SSD. Let's take a look at the read graphs first:

It must be noted that the graph of the first-generation X25-M does not show the peak speed but rather the speed of the “unleveled” drive. This is indicated by its shape. The other SSDs show a rather consistent picture: the Vertex Turbo is first, followed by the two other Vertex series SSDs and the new Intel which deliver the same results. The Summit based on the Samsung controller is somewhat slower, and the Agility is at the bottom of the diagram (quite expectedly as it is actually positioned as a simplified and inexpensive SSD).

 
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