IOMeter - 4K Random Performance with QD
In random read, the Desktop 6TB held a slight lead over the 5TB model. Here we have the 6TB coming in at 1151 IOPS, while the 4TB and 5TB models touch 653 IOPS and 1137 IOPS, respectively.
Random write had the 4TB model showing consistent performance throughout the QD scale, while the 5TB and 6TB fell off after QD4.
Read latency for the 5TB and 6TB arrays were stellar coming in at 28 and 27ms at QD32. The 4TB model was able to manage 48ms at QD32.
Write latency for the 5TB and 6TB arrays came in at 81ms and 83ms respectively at QD32, while the 4TB was much quicker at 51ms.
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- Page 2 [Benchmarks - 4K Random Performance & Latency]
- Page 3 [Benchmarks - Sequential Performance & Latency]
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