AS-SSD Incompressible Sequential Performance

The AS-SSD sequential benchmark uses incompressible data for all of its transfers. The result is a pretty big reduction in sequential write speed on SandForce based controllers.

Incompressible Sequential Read Performance - AS-SSD

Incompressible Sequential Write Performance - AS-SSD

Random & Sequential Read/Write Speed AnandTech Storage Bench 2011
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  • daos - Thursday, December 29, 2011 - link

    I recently purchased this drive from the egg and I love it. Very reliable and not one blue screen. This is coming straight from a Sandforce 2281 Corsair Force GT 60GB that would blue screen sitting idle. That drive drove me crazy. Ill never go back to another Sandforce. So far so good. Been running this drive for abourt a month now. Reply
  • gamoniac - Thursday, December 29, 2011 - link

    Anand,
    Last October, you reviewed Kingston's SSDNow V+100 128GB (with Toshiba controller) and gave it a pretty high mark. It performed admirably under both light and heavy Anand Benchmark. A couple months back, the new SSDNow V200 is out, with JMicron controller and better specs than the V+100. I personally own two of each model but the benchmarks I have taken left me puzzled as to what to think about the newcomer. The random read/write department is great but the sequential read/write department is way bad, despite of the 6Gbps specs. I personally thinkg V+100 is way better and feel quite a bit ripped off by V200.

    There is no reviews out there for V200 yet and detail info is hard to find. Do you think you can shed some light on the latest from Kingston? Thanks much, and happy new year.
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  • erple2 - Friday, December 30, 2011 - link

    Wasn't there a firmware update that was released for the M4's that substantially boosted speeds? I seem to remember that happening after the 256GB drive was released/reviewed. Reply
  • erple2 - Friday, December 30, 2011 - link

    Meep. Nevermind. I just re-read the article you linked. Reply
  • johnf1285 - Friday, December 30, 2011 - link

    So at what point can we expect to have this SSD turn into a brick just like every other OCZ SSD that I've ever owned? Reply
  • chasM - Sunday, January 01, 2012 - link

    Sorry to say it, but all the prices from newegg,amazon, and Compusa are for a different drive. That model is more in the $170 range. Reply
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