OCZ RevoDrive X2 240GB PCIe SSD Review

11. Load Times13. Conclusion


OCZ RevoDrive X2 240GB PCIe SSD Review

Post Testing Read/Write Speeds (ATTO)


Results


One concern that users may have with the RevoDrive range is its lack of TRIM functionality. To test whether this impacts the maximum speed of the drive we ran ATTO before and after stressing the drive with our numerous benchmarks. As the results above show the speeds we achieved in both scenarios were identical on read and write changed by 0.01%, well within the margin of error for a test run.

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