Total scoring is much better than we were expecting. However, our focus is on read scoring and again we find the SBXe nipping at the heels of Kingston's A2000. All things considered; this is fairly impressive for a DRAMless SSD. Again, the SBXe easily outperforms Intel's 660p.
We focus on 128K transfers when evaluating ATTO results. This time we find the SBXe near the top of the charts. However, like we find with all Gen3 Phison-based SSDs, these are somewhat dubious results because of the way compressible data is handled by the controller. These results are not necessarily reflective of real-world results which is why neither Phison nor MDD uses ATTO for factory specs.