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HP Z Turbo 512GB PCIe SSD Review - With RAID 0 Numbers

By: Chris Ramseyer | SSDs in Storage | Posted: Dec 13, 2014 12:15 am
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TweakTown Rating: 93%Manufacturer: HP

4-Corner and Then Some Performance


Let's start the testing off with a quick look at the HP Z Turbo SSD's 4-corner performance. In these tests, we measure sequential and random reads and writes. We also measure a limited amount of mixed workload performance.



Initial Performance Evaluation - 4-Corner and Then Some Tests


Sequential Read




Sequential Write




Sequential 80% Read 20% Write




The HP Z Turbo scales very well in RAID 0 when reading and writing sequential data. The single card performs very well too.


Random Read




Random Write




Random 80% Read 20% Write




The RAID 0 only shows a small performance increase over a single Z Turbo drive in random reads. The random write test with two drives shows a larger performance increase, but not nearly as large as the gains we see when working with sequential data. Mixing random reads with random writes narrows the gap even further.

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