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Western Digital WD Se Enterprise HDD Review - 128K Sequential Read/Write

Western Digital WD Se Enterprise HDD Review

The WD Se rounds out WD's expansive range of storage solutions for the datacenter. The WD Se is designed to aDDRess the need for high capacity scale out storage in replicated and NAS environments, providing a more economical method of storing large amounts of data. (NASDAQ:WDC)

| HDDs in IT/Datacenter | Posted: Jul 11, 2013 5:03 am
TweakTown Rating: 92%      Manufacturer: WD

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 encountered in an enterprise scenario.

 

The WD Se averages 160 MB/s at sequential read, with a very tightly defined performance range again benefiting the overall average score.

 

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The WD Se averages the same impressive 190 MB/s in sequential write speed.

 

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The WD Se trails the Toshiba MG03SCA300 in the 10-40% write percentage testing, but manages to come back on top as we mix in heavier write workloads.

 

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The WD Se offers up 99.98% of requests in the 20-40ms range.

 

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The WD Se averages 9.25 Watts during sequential write testing.

 

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The WD Se provides 16 MB/s per Watt for 128K sequential read and write.

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