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RD400-OCZ SSD Review – Debut of a new test method
The first nvme drive from OCZ is for sale with or without PCI-Express adapter and provides a wide range of capacities. Performance is logically a lot quicker than that of SSDs that are connected via a SATA port, but you pay a hefty premium for. However, the performance is comparable to that of other nvme-drives, while the price is generally somewhat lower. Combined with a good guarantee is the RD400 therefore an excellent choice for a high-end SSD.
Large capacity choice
Optional PCIe adapter
Meanwhile, older controller
Tweakers zegt: 7,5
Price for publication: € 285, –
Available from: € 285.61
Tested version: OCZ 512GB RD400
After a long break we are again able to benchmark solid state drives. Our testing method had become obsolete, with traces that were based on Windows 7. It was high time for an update on the benches. We have retained some familiar benchmarks, new alignments created in Windows 10 and added a tough test, which should be the fastest SSDs on the knees.
The debut of this test method we chose the RD400-SSD. This is a nvme drive from OCZ annex Toshiba, which we use the largest version of our video card test systems. We have also directly benchmarked some comparisons, but our test lab does not yet have many nvme drives. Of course, we will do our best to include them in the benchmark database as soon as manufacturers deliver consumers nvme drives.
In introducing this short review and discuss the new test method, and let’s obviously the benchmark results of OCZ’s RD400 drive are reviewed.Viewing:-136
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