Patriot Memory Pyro SE 60GB SATAIII SSD Review - Benchmarks- Crystal Disk Mark

CrystalDiskMark

Crystal Disk Mark performs sequential read and write tests, and also performs a variety of random read and write metrics.

 

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Overall, we see the Pyro SE near the top of each segment of CrystalDiskMark's benchmark tests.  Its read performance is especially strong in most tests, except it struggled a bit in the high queue depth QD32 tests, but the write performance was also very strong against the Toggle NAND-toting Patriot Wildfire and Vertex 3 Max IOPS.  Overall, the Pyro SE did very well in these tests, and the differences in how they performed don't particularly warrant a jump to the Wildfire or the Vertex 3 Max IOPS, at least from what we see in these tests.  Where differences usually become more prominent is in our next round of testing, AS SSD.

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