Hi, I wanted to make sure, if I got the first SSD below, which I infer is a lower performance SLC than the one below, will the pricier one have any noticeable effect when upgrading the SATA I Lenovo 3000 v100 notebook? from what I understand the SATA I maxes out at 150mb/s but is there any advantage in terms of seek times for example?
Just asking out of curiosity, to understand these matters. I was also trying to estimate how much is it faster than the current hard drive I have, which according to the v100 benchmarks gets about 785 on PCmark02 HDD, which translates to roughly 3222 on PcmarkHD05 (I calculated this according to comparisons between 02 and 05 scores I found).
So will this mean that theoretically, a PCmarkHD05 score of 21k will be seven times faster?http://www.geek.com/articles/xyzcomputi ... -20061112/
Kingston 64GB SSDNow V Series SATA II 2.5" Solid State Drive (SSD), Notebook Bundle - SNV425-S2BN/64GBhttp://www.buy.com/retail/product.asp?r ... &#cReviews
128GB — Up to 200MB/sec. read 160MB/sec. write
64GB — Up to 200MB/sec. read 110MB/sec. write
PCMARK® HDD 2005:
64GB — 21,317
128GB — 20,177
Power specs — 64GB, 128GB Active: 5.2W (TYP) Sleep: 0.7W (TYP)
More expensive MLC one:
Kingston 64GB SSDNow V+ Drive Bundled Kit (SSD) - SNVP325-S2B/64GB http://www.buy.com/prod/kingston-64gb-s ... 80110.html
Innovative – Uses MLC NAND flash memory components.
Sequential Read Throughput – 230MB/s
Sequential Write Throughput – 180MB/s
PCMark HDD 2005 Score+:
64GB – 38,177
128GB – 38,065
256GB – 38,272
512GB – 37,974
Interface – SATA 1.5 Gb/sec. and 3.0 Gb/sec