AnandTech Storage Bench 2011 - Light Workload

Our new light workload actually has more write operations than read operations. The split is as follows: 372,630 reads and 459,709 writes. The relatively close read/write ratio does better mimic a typical light workload (although even lighter workloads would be far more read centric).

The I/O breakdown is similar to the heavy workload at small IOs, however you'll notice that there are far fewer large IO transfers:

AnandTech Storage Bench 2011 - Light Workload IO Breakdown
IO Size % of Total
4KB 27%
16KB 8%
32KB 6%
64KB 5%

Light Workload 2011 - Average Data Rate

Light Workload 2011 - Average Read Speed

Light Workload 2011 - Average Write Speed

Light Workload 2011 - Disk Busy Time

Light Workload 2011 - Disk Busy Time (Reads)

Light Workload 2011 - Disk Busy Time (Writes)

AnandTech Storage Bench 2011 Power Consumption
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  • qqqww314 - Monday, December 16, 2013 - link

    great review. You made me read all of it!! and learn everything about SSDs. Really great work!!

    do you know if SanDisk Extreme II is compatible with macbook white 2009? (last version of white)

    I read about DRAM 512 MB 1600MHZ
    and my macbook has MEMORY: 8GB RAM DDR3 1067 MHZ. It is not campatible with more MHZ. It crashes and doesn't work properly.

    so... i don't know if this is a problem. I Play live keyboards with Logic Pro and don't want any crashes that would not matter in other occasions. But also need the speed of an SSD running through my projects.

    I know friends that have serious monitor crashes of 10 to 20 seconds with older macbooks(2006,2007) and older SSDs.

    Thanks
    Reply

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