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Micron P400m 200GB Enterprise SSD Review - 128K Sequential Read/Write

Micron P400m 200GB Enterprise SSD Review

Micron's new P400m enterprise SSD provides excellent endurance characteristics in conjunction with superior data protection, consistent performance and a low power threshold.

| SSDs in IT/Datacenter | Posted: Feb 13, 2013 10:54 am
TweakTown Rating: 91%      Manufacturer: Micron

128K Sequential Read/Write

 

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The 128K sequential speeds reflect the maximum sequential throughput of the SSD using a realistic file size actually encountered in an enterprise scenario.

 

The Micron averaged 413MB/s in sequential reads at QD256, the Intel DC S3700 averaged 473MB/s, and the Optimus averaged 526MB/s. All three SSDs exhibit very good consistent performance in the read testing, though the Intel tends to slip back into its garbage collection mode intermittently.

 

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The Micron averages 318MB/s in 128K sequential write speed, the DC S3700 averages 444MB/s, and the Optimus weighs in at 514MB/s.

 

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The Micron P400m provides 51.6% (394,224 I/Os) in the 80-100ms range, and 48% (369,021 I/Os) in the 100-200ms range.

 

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The Micron P400m averages 5.57 Watts during sequential writes, the Intel averages 2.39 Watts, and the Optimus averages 7.37 Watts. The P400M gives 57MB/s IOPS per Watt, the DC S3700 gives 185MB/s per Watt and the Optimus scores 69MB/s per Watt.

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