OCZ Vertex 4 Solid State Drive 512GB / 256GB Review

5. CrystalDiskMark7. HD Video Read / Write


OCZ Technology Vertex 4 SSD Review (256GB and 512GB)

PCMark 7

PCMark 7 was released recently and as with the previous versions of the software we can target specific components in our system, testing their performance.


Benchmark Results

PCMark 7 features a set of storage tests which attempt to recreate real world performance scenarios such as importing images, converting media and scanning our drive for malware. Each offers different challenges for our drives but the overall result is that the Vertex 4 models sit at the top of the pile, again by a decent amount. This is down to strong performance across the board but the importing pictures test and starting applications results are particularly impressive.

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