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SSD Roundup June 2009

SSD Roundup June 2009

Windows Boot Times

In past reviews we have seen that even the slower first generation SSDs such as those based on JMicron’s 602A controller were able to outperform a Raptor in the Windows Boot Time test, the results below show how the newer drives compare. The results were obtained on a fully configured Windows Vista 64bit installation which included start-up programs such as anti-virus and MSN. The recorded time was the gap between the Windows loading bar appearing and the pointer becoming available on the desktop.

In this test the results are once again dominated by the Samsung based OCZ Summit drive. It finishes two seconds ahead of the Intel model with Super Talent and G.Skill a further second slower. Even though they finish in third place these two Indilinx drives are still over 14 seconds faster at reaching the desktop than the Raptor.

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