128K Sequential Read/Write
The 128K sequential speeds reflect the maximum sequential throughput of the SSD using a realistic file size encountered in an enterprise scenario. The Eco manages to best the original Optimus at QD256, with an average speed of 596 MB/s, though we see speeds in excess of 650MB/s at QD128.
The Eco delivers an impressive write speed of 580MB/s at QD256, though the original Optimus manages to deliver an astounding 696MB/s.
The Eco lags behind the original Optimus in this testing, though its speeds easily trump anything available with a SATA connection.
The 1000E is remarkably consistent, delivering 99% of I/O at 60-80ms, and 72% at 80-100ms.
The Eco averages 7.15 Watts during the measurement window; well below the 9.33 Watts from the original Optimus.
The Eco averages 81 MB/s per Watt, while the original Optimus pulls off 54 MB/s per Watt. The power efficiency of the Eco really shines through on this round.
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