AJA System Test with SSDs
In our 720p testing, the unit with the 1TB SSDs performed quite well. As you can see, many of our results are towards the top of our chart. The RAID 0 array peaked out at 900 MB/s read and write, while the RAID 1 setup produced 850 MB/s read and 375 MB/s write.
Moving to 1080p, performance picked up for the RAID 0 setup. Here we have read results near 1100 MB/s, while writes hovered around 1000 MB/s. RAID 1 stayed did pick up a little as well coming in near 925 MB/s read and 400 MB/s write.
4K further increased performance, where we saw our RAID 0 array nearly touch 1200 MB/s read and our RAID 1 array at 1150 MB/s read and 400 MB/s write.
Black Magic Disk Speed Test with SSDs
Moving back over to Black Magic, we found the RAID 0 array touching 991 MB/s read and 956 MB/s write.
RAID 1 results touched 902 MB/s read and 349 MB/s write.
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