Total Access Time
The access time test measures the total latency across all 18 tests. This is one of, if not the most important test we run at this time for consumer SSDs. When your latency is low, your computer feels fast; it's just that simple.
Here we see the same tests but the chart shows latency. The lower the latency, the better the user experience.
Typical Consumer Latency
The results change quite a bit here, and the Ultra II produces a better user experience than nearly all of the drives on the chart.
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