IOMeter - Sequential Performance with QD
Moving on, we tested the sequential performance of the Red Pro. Here, as we found in ATTO, the drive performed quite well. At its peak, the drive reached 180 MB/s flat.
Sequential write was more of the same song and dance. The Red Pro bested all competitors' solutions at 180 MB/s.
Peak read latency came in at 23.2ms, 5ms quicker than the original Red.
Write latency was on point at 23ms once again.
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