Mixed Workload Performance
70% Read Sequential Performance
Most of your computing involves reads and writes at the storage level at the same time. Research has stated the consumer-level mix is 70% reads for most users.
The Team Group Vulcan again trails the MX500 at low queue depths in the sequential mix, but the two resume a parallel track at higher queue depths.
70% Read Random Performance
The one test where the two SM2258 drives differ the most is the random mix. The Vulcan doesn't scale well when we ramp up the queue depth in this mix. The drive surpasses 30,000 IOPS at its peak where the MX500 nearly reaches 80,000 IOPS.
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