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CoreRise Comay BladeDrive E28 1.6TB Enterprise PCIe SSD Review

By: Paul Alcorn | PCIe SSDs in IT/Datacenter | Posted: Apr 15, 2014 10:05 pm
TweakTown Rating: 91%Manufacturer: CoreRise

128k Sequential Read/Write






128k sequential speed reflects the maximum sequential throughput of the SSD. The Comay BladeDrive E28 scales well as we mix in more outstanding I/O, but the Micron SSDs stay at high throughput even at lower OIO. The BladeDrive tops out at an impressive 2,982 MiB/s at 256 OIO, whereas the Micron P320h averages 3,064 and the Micron P420m leads with an average of 3,336 MiB/s.


Comay indicates the BladeDrive can reach a top speed of 3,600 MB/s with 2MB and 8MB data.




The BladeDrive provided the lowest latency during the test.




The BladeDrive runs away with this test with a fantastic average of 2,799 MiB/s. The P320h musters 1,904 MiB/s of write throughput, and the P420m trails with 613 MiB/s. Heavy sequential write workloads exhibit the BladeDrive's affinity for write workloads.




The Comay BladeDrive provides the lowest latency during the measurement window.

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