Added to the benchmark suite is this nice little German application called AS SSD Benchmark. This test gives an extensive result set. The test is popular, but probably not the best one out there. So just for reference, here we go.
Nothing much to compare to yet, but we did ran some other tests with other SSDs and performance is up-to speed alright.
Above Corsair Force GT
This test creates test patterns on the target drive which are random and vary in the level of compression used in the test data. This ranges from 0% compressible to 100% compressible. Compare it to the chart below and notice that the GT has a much higher overall throughput, that's thanks to the synchronous NAND flash memory.
Above Corsair Force 3
This test is ideal for SandForce based drives, as it will show the applicable performance at different levels of compression already applied to the test data.
Above Corsair Force 100
As a reference, here is a first generation Corsair Force 100 with SF-1200 controller, excellent perf there on SATA2 of course as well.
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