Provided Benchmark Data for Everest 2
We all know ATTO as the performance benchmark that manufactures use to quote in their marketing numbers. They were provided to us by OCZ Technology for the Vertex 4 release. You can see our benchmarks here in the Vertex 4 review. This is quite an interesting benchmarks for OCZ to show in this format because it shows that the Everest 2 platform as used on Vertex 4 does not scale when going to a queue depth of 4 to 10. Instead the controller is designed to perform best at lower queue depths.
In the standard Crystal Disk Mark test we see the Vertex 4 512GB model outperforming several popular drives on the market today in all four tests.
This next test is AS SSD's total combined score. Once again Vertex 4 FTW.
Some love Iometer and then there is me. This is like OCZ's golden egg for this release and they wanted to really get the message across that their new $699.00 (MSRP) Vertex 4 kicks the $1199.99 (Newegg retail price) Vertex 3's ass in IOPS, 4K reads and writes and latency.
The icing on the cake was that Vertex 4 kicks everyone else's ass too at IOPS.