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MemoRight GT Series 32GB SSDs in RAID 0 - Benchmarks - Real World Applications

Chris lines up two of the fastest SSD drives around to push for some wicked RAID 0 performance. Cost aside, step inside!

| RAID in Storage | Posted: May 27, 2008 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 84%      Manufacturer: MemoRight

WinRAR

 

Millions of computer enthusiasts all over the world use WinRAR; it is pretty popular with Joe Sixpack also.

 

 

At this point, we are running out of processor steam and a revision to the test bed will need to be performed. The Intel E6750 is starting to be the limiting factor when running WinRAR and Quickpar. Still, you can see that the MemoRight GT is faster than the MTRON PRO and WD Raptor 150GB.

 

Quickpar

 

Quickpar is necessary for users of Usenet, the software has started to make its way to the Bit-Torrent scene and now millions of users are starting to repair their botched downloads with it.

 

 

In Quickpar, we saw similar results. The MemoRight GT is the fastest drive we have tested, but these results would be amplified when using a quad-core system.

 

Adobe Audition

 

Formally known as Cool Edit Pro, Audition is a professional audio application that makes touching up files in the recording booth a breeze.

 

 

With the Vantage Media Center Test showing the MemoRight GT to be a stellar performer, I was looking for better numbers in the Adobe Audition test. The truth is that Solid State Drives are so fast that other system components are actually starting to be a limiting factor.

 

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