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Zalman N128 128 GB SSD

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by W1zzard, Apr 26, 2011.

  1. W1zzard

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    say lovee :roll:
    lovely is the fact that most of the review consists of real life measurements, not benchmarks.
     
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    Would've been cool to see a 5400 rpm drive in the performance per dollar page.
     
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    I agree. This is one of the few reviews where you get the real idea how good it is. I don't know what 4500 PCMarks mean or what does a 275MB/s mean for a 32 levels deep queue (example). But i do know what it means for a boot time, time to compress files, patch a game, install office, startup Photoshop etc. I like it.
     
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    ideas for additional real-life relevant benchmarks are welcome
     
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    I actually like the benchmarks used, seem to cover the bases well and shows more how it will actually impact the end user rather than synthetics which show nothing but a pretty number on a chart.

    I still would like to see some of the better preforming large capacity drives up there, just as a reference. Something like the 1tb wd black and a seagate 1tb.
     

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