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

7. HD Video Read / Write9. Install Times


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

File Copy Tests



Benchmark Results



In the first of our "true" real world tests we have created four file copy scenarios which cover operations which users are likely to perform on a regular basis. We copy a single file of 4.1GB (video) and then multiple files totalling 4.7GB (pics/video) and 1.1GB (Music) from location to location within the drive, recording the time taken to complete the task.

In the tests earlier in the review which were designed to look at possible trends for real world use (PCMark and Crystal DiskBenchmark) we saw positive signs for the Vertex 4 and that continues here where the drive sits at the faster end of the scale, pulling ahead when we copy a large batch of pictures and videos from location to location.

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