RAID 0 Performance
To start off testing, we ran the Accusys through DST in RAID 0. As you can see, above peak numbers achieved were 1193 MB/s read and 1089 MB/s write.
Moving over to AJA, we start with 720p, which produced 1231 MB/s read and 1164 MB/s write.
1080p increased performance to a peak of 1264 MB/s read and 1211 MB/s write.
Last, we have UltraHD, which in this case was able to reach 1196 MB/s read and 1255 MB/s write.
RAID 0+1 Performance
The same testing scheme applies to RAID 0+1 as was used previously. We start with DST, which was able to reach 1166 MB/s read and 1067 MB/s write; not far off the performance of RAID 0.
Next we start with the AJA testing and 720p. This starts at 1147 MB/s read and 992 MB/s write.
Switching to 1080p, we found the array capable of 1234 MB/s read and 1128 MB/s write.
Lastly, for this array, we have UltraHD, which topped 1279 MB/s read and 1197 MB/s write.
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