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Kingston SSDNow V+100 vs. Samsung 470 Series 256 GB SSD Review
Author: Henry Butt 31,639 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: May 3, 2011
Page: 4 of 8
CrystalDiskMark

As you will have gathered from the last page, we measured the performance of each drive using three different programs CrystalDiskMark, DiskSpeed32 and HD Tune. We will be looking at the test results from each program in the order they appear in the list above, dedicating a separate page to each test.

It’s important to note that we connected the SSDs to a SATA-600 port on our motherboard rather than a SATA-300 port which could cause performance limitations.

We used CrystalDiskMark’s default configuration for our tests which benchmarked each SSD using a file size of 1000 MB with five test runs. Please read on to see the results.

Graph: Sequential Read

In the sequential read test, the Samsung 470 Series drive was around 10% faster than the Kingston V+100 drive. Both these results are very similar to the manufacturer claimed performance figures.

Graph: Sequential Write

The sequential write results are much closer than the sequential read results but the Samsung 470 Series drive still beats the Kingston V+100 drive by about 3.5%

Graph: Random Read 512 KB

In the random read test using 512 KB blocks, the Kingston V+100 was the best performing drive and was 7% faster than the Samsung 470 Series unit.

Graph: Random Write 512 KB

The Samsung 470 Series drive takes the performance lead again in the random write test using 512 KB blocks, with 30% better performance than the Kingston V+100 unit.

Graph: Random Read 4 KB

In the random read test using 4 KB blocks, the Kingston V+100 was 11% faster than the Samsung 470 Series drive.

Graph: Random Write 4 KB

The Samsung 470 Series drive bettered the Kingston V+100 drive by around 57% in the Random Write test using 4 KB blocks.

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