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HDD/SSD ATTO benchmark thread

Discussion in 'Storage' started by lisburnni, Oct 9, 2010.

  1. lisburnni New Member

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    I thought id start a thread to show peoples results from this popular test on their various drives .

    please only post ATTO test results and drive adaptors please

    Crucial Realssd 128gb marvell sata3 9128 chip ( win7 ACHI intel driver )

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    2* seagate 7200.12 500 GB ( RAID 0 non member raid , programs,caches,downloads and torrents)

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    samsung spinpoint F1 1TB (uj) ( general storage - music ,movies etc ich10r)

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    this is the drive setup i run day to day on my main rig , when my 6 gig ram comes back from RMA I might dabble ina ramdrive set up

    it'll be interesting to see how others drives/controllers comapare


    stephen
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    2x 64GB G2 RAID 0 ICH10:

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    I added two more SSD to the array (total of four):

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    either thats a fast RAID setup or that SSD is slow
  4. lisburnni New Member

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    If you mean the 2x64 gb raid that is very quick.


    How do the drives cope with no TRIM i assume you just let it idle for GC.

    Very good raid
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    how is 80MBps @ 0.5 and 550MBps @ 64 considered anywhere near slow?


    thats just over 250MBps per drive.... very fast indeed.
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    OP You should include a link/download link in the original post for the program so any TPU members who come across this thread have easy access for what your asking us to post results with... just a thought anyway's :)
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    He beat you to it yes, but you still should include it in the first post of yours... those links will just get lost in the thread once everyone start's posting their results :)
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    dam im fast :D
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    SONY Vaio Netbook W11
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    256MB ramdisk
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    Supertalent 64GB SSD
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    Proof that even a small ramdisk is useful on a SSD based netbook. The ramdisk is typically 3x-6x faster than a SSD and it also avoids write-amplification and SSD wear. And that is with an Atom and single channel single stick SODIMM. With dual or triple channel ram and a better CPU you will get even more out of the ramdisk.
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    2x60GB Vertex 2 in RAID 0.

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    C300 64gb SSD. Fresh install. (I can tell it is way quicker then old HDD was).
    I need a guide to help set this up properly, it should be faster correct?
    After some brief reading I see that the Nvidia 750i doesn't support AHCI...
    Crucial drivers.
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    Standard windows drivers. showed a small improvement.
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    2x 500Gb WD Blue 16mb Cache Sata III RAID 0

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    Anyone got one of them hybrid drives to post benchies of?
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    Benchmarks for my Seagate Momentus XT 500Gb in my T61p notebook.

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    It works well. Not the screaming performance of my Vertex 2s in RAID 0 but decent. Happy with it so far. Lots of storage space as well.
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    Western Digital Caviar Black Sata3 [​IMG]

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    To be so replaced by OCZ Vertex 3...
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    what colour is the ssd and what colour is the hdd?? i got confused
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    Something ain't right there, you got a 6.0 Gb/s drive with a 64mb cache on a 6.0 Gb/s interface and mine on 3.0 Gb/s interface with a 3.0 Gb/s drive with a 32mb cache is about the same.:confused:
    You may want to make sure it is on the right port for 6.0 Gb/s and/or update the firmware, drivers, and/or bios.

    ATTO bench:
    Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 ST31000528AS 1TB 7200 RPM 32MB Cache SATA 3.0Gb/s
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    well mine seems to?
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    Yep, your ASUS probable does, but a lot of the EVGA boards and a few others seem not to have the capablity on the NVidia controller with some 750i and 780i boards and it is causing some concern for the SSD users and the use of TRIM/Garbage collection.

    I, believe, that was what he was getting at...
    :)
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    my SSD and HDD-RAID0

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    For the time being Sata III (6Gb/s) is by far not being used to it's full speed, We've really only recently hit the max Sata II (3Gb/s) speeds on SOME drives (probably just some selected SSD's) what can achive speeds into the Sata III standards. (someone may want to brush that up a little).

    If anything was to affect the score's between the two types of drives it should come down to the Cache level/disc speed/block size, or at least as far as I'm aware. :)
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    Perhaps you too! :p

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    Apart from 4 to 16kB blocks our Writing speed is about the same.
    Up to 8kB blocks my Readings are way faster than yours...
    For blocksize from 64 kB and up yours is 20MB/s faster...

    Running onboard Marvell 91xx 6GB controller using Marvell driver 1.0.0.1036 from 17-03-2010.
    And connected with the black special SATA3 cable that came with the ASUS board :D

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