Desktop Test System
Lenovo T440 - Notebook Power Testing with DEVSLP and Windows 8.1 Pro
Nearly all of the performance tests run on the desktop system but we use a Lenovo T440 to run the power tests. The T440 is the latest addition to our client SSD test lab and allows us to test the notebook battery life offered by an SSD with advanced features like DEVSLP enabled.
ATTO - Baseline Performance
Version and / or Patch Used: 2.34
In ATTO, we measured the sequential read speed of the Force LX 512GB at just over 560 MB/s. The sequential write speed came out to just over 458 MB/s.
The drive ramps up quickly and sustains its high performance throughout the test.
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