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Saturday, 13 February 2010 23:30

G.Skill Falcon II 64GB günstige SSD - 8 Crystalmark, Everest

Written by Eliot Kucharik

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Review:  Ersetzt jede Boot-Festplatte





Ein weiterer Benchmark ist Crystalmark. Das interessante Resultat hier ist der Einbruch beim zufälligen Lesen von 4kB Blöcken.

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Everest hat auch einen Disk-Benchmark inkludiert, wir haben alle Tests durchgeführt.

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Hier die Zugriffszeiten im Vergleich zwischen Festplatte und SSD:

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Die Mechanik der Festplatte braucht relativ lange um auf bestimmte Stellen zuzugreifen. Die SSD ist nur durch den Controller und die Zugriffsgeschwindigkeit der Chips beschränkt.



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