Performance in Intel IOMeter Sequential Read and Write Patterns
At first let’s take a look at the performance of both storage devices in sequential read and write tests:
To make further discussion easier to understand the best results in the table above are highlighted with blue. As you see, Storage Kingdom Easyharddisk has a word “error” in some cases instead of the number. It means that the benchmark reported an error when we tried writing a data block of the given size onto the drive.
On the read speed graph you can see that Transcend’s solution is somewhat faster than the rival during smaller data blocks processing, and loses a lot to the rival as soon as the data blocks grow bigger.
Since we didn’t manage to get all the results for Easyharddisk we can actually compare the performance of the two only for larger data blocks. Here, Easyharddisk looks definitely better.