IOMeter – 4k Random Performance with QD
In 4k random read, we found the Surveillance putting out numbers similar to the NAS drive.
With 4k random write, things were a bit more varied, but still, the NAS and Surveillance stuck right with each other.
IOMeter – Sequential Performance with QD
Sequential numbers saw a little separation between the NAS and Surveillance, as the latter was able to reach 160 MB/s across the QD scale.
Sequential write showed more consistency from the Surveillance drive, and you can see 160 MB/s across the QD scale.
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