Kingston SH100S3 Toolbox Driver
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Kingston SH100S3 Toolbox Driver
There is no way to get these out without having the right sized bit and of course, it isn't included with the bundled Kingston SH100S3 Toolbox. Even if you were able to get the screws out, the shell is reportedly hard to separate due to the use of thermal padding. Needless to say, I left the HyperX in one piece.
There are eight of these chips on either side of the PCB, which, if you do the math, Kingston SH100S3 Toolbox GB and not the GB of storage the drive advertises. The test system used in this review was an HP Elite.
Тестирование быстродействия SSD
For the operating system, I installed a fresh copy of Windows 7 Enterprise. Like other SandForce controllers, the SF features a technology called DuraWrite, which uses data compression to lower write amplification and extend the life of the drive by reducing the number of program-erase cycles. This data compression also plays a big part in the controller's performance. First, I ran a few quick tests using CrystalDiskMark.
This Kingston SH100S3 Toolbox tool measures the performance of a storage device by testing its sequential read and write speeds Kingston SH100S3 Toolbox well as its random read and write speeds using blocks K and 4K in size.
While faster than the OCZ Vertex 3, the drive's sequential read and write speeds came up a bit short of these numbers when using CrystalDiskMark's default random test data. This time around, the drive was Kingston SH100S3 Toolbox to read at HD Tach RW 3. The tests are run using blocks ranging in size from 0. AS SSD is a relatively new benchmark designed specifically for solid state drives.
Kingston HyperX SSD Review (GB) - Storage Reviews
The application contains five synthetic tests used to determine the sequential and random read and write performance of a Kingston SH100S3 Toolbox. AS SSD also includes a copy benchmark. This test copies an ISO two large filesprogram many small files and game small and large filesreturning the speed and duration of each. HD Tune Pro 4.
This hard disk utility measures a drive's performance by testing its sequential read and write speeds as Kingston SH100S3 Toolbox as its access time, burst rate and CPU usage. For this review, I'm also going to use it to benchmark the HyperX's random read and write speeds, random access times and the number of operations per second.
The drive had average read and write speeds of Lastly, I ran a series of tests using Iometer. This tool can be configured to benchmark a number of things. In this case, I Kingston SH100S3 Toolbox it to measure the HyperX's read and write speeds and the number of operations per second. The tests were run using both repeating and Kingston SH100S3 Toolbox bytes and a queue depth of 3.
The HyperX's performance was very similar to what we saw in our other tests. With highly compressible, repeating data, the drive was able to read at The HyperX did not slow nearly as much as the Agility 3 when reading random data.
However, its write speeds dropped to The HyperX performed very well when doing random reads and writes. With repeating data, the drive was able to read at It has no trouble keeping up with its Kingston SH100S3 Toolbox. In this benchmark we switch to a much smaller file size, 4K.
This test uses a queue Kingston SH100S3 Toolbox of The HyperX does particularly well in the write benchmark and matches competitors in the read benchmark. So far we have not seen the HyperX exhibit any noticeable weaknesses on its own or next to Kingston SH100S3 Toolbox. The HyperX continues to do well and matches or beats all of its competitors in write latency.
The next four benchmarks are relevant for enterprise customers; the four profiles include database, file server, web server, and workstation. These benchmarks simulate reading and writing at the same time and have a queue depth ranging from 1 to