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Kingston UV500/480G SSD Review

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Benchmarks

Following benchmarks were performed to demonstrate in lab and real world performance data.

CrystalDiskMark was performed on the stock (right out of the box) SX950 and at 75% full SX950. Read and write tests for “Seq Q32T1”, “4K Q32T1”, “Seq” and “4K”.

Seq Q32T1: Sequential (Block Size=128KiB) Read/Write with multi Queues & Threads
4K Q32T1: Random 4KiB Read/Write with multi Queues & Threads
Seq : Sequential (Block Size=128KiB) Read/Write with single Thread
4K : Random 4KiB

 

AIDA64 disk benchmark suite that measures read performance (in MB/s) and shows average read access. All tests are set to 1MB block size.

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AIDA64 75% Full Read benchmark

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AIDA64 75% Full Linear Read benchmark

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AIDA64 75% Full Random Read benchmark

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AIDA64 75% Full Random Write benchmark

ATTO disk benchmark is a 32-bit compressible data benchmark that measures read and write speeds across various file transfer sizes from 0.5KB to 8192KB to show SSD behavior.

ATTO Stock UV500 vs ATTO 75% Full UV500

AS SSD uses incompressible data for benchmarking and can measure read/write performance in MB/s or in IOPS. AS SSD also has a Copy Benchmark which simulates ISO, Game and program performance, providing both speed and access time results.

AS SSD stock UV500

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AS SSD Copy Benchmark

Anvil Storage Utilities is a comprehensive storage testing program that provides plenty of information and option for each test. For this review, 100% incompressible, 46% incompressible (simulating Applications) and 0-fill compression data were used to observe behavior across.

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Anvil Storage Utilities 0% Incompressible UV500

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Anvil Storage Utilities 46% Incompressible UV500

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Anvil Storage Utilities 100% Incompressible UV500

PCMark 8 from Futuremark is a semi-synthetic testing suite that has a specialized Storage testing performance feature. It simulates storage performance while playing games, running productivity and creative programs and generates a total score based on how long each test took and the storage device behavior during its 3-set run.

PCMark8 stock UV500 vs 75% full UV500

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