ADATA S511 series 60GB SSD review

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SSD Performance HD Tune PRO

HD Tune Pro 4.5

HD Tune Pro is a hard disk utility and benchmarking utility for Windows. This tiny application allows you to scan your hard drives for errors or take a deeper look at several performance figures coming from the storage unit.

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First off, a file test. We fire off 64MB of data comprising out of sizes ranging from 0,5 KB to 8 MB. Check it out. As you can see once we pass 32KB file size, the drive kicks in hard, already pushing over 250MB/sec. Maximum peak writes are nearing 500 MB/sec write while touching 525 MB read peaks.

ADATA S511 Series SSD

In HDTune above we average out roughly 309MB/sec on sequential writes. We peak to roughly 341MB/sec.

ADATA S511 Series SSD

Write performance above then, once we start to measure write performance we see that figures reach a continued write performance, averaging out at an average of 230 MB/sec with peaks to 320 MB/sec.

That's a little so-so, if you look at the write behavior in the graph, then you can see that there is definitely something going on.

ADATA S511 Series SSD

HD Tune Pro allows random access read and write testing, a feature not available in other software tools. Check out the 1MB READ performance topping 451 MB/sec. In bold comparison, a fast OCZ Vertex 2 SSD would push 260 MB/sec at 1MB transfers here.

Overall great write IOPS performance as well. We get 249 MB/sec on the 1MB files. So each second this drive can write say 249 JPEG files with a size of 1 MB, each second.

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