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Tuesday, May 15, 2007
Corsair TurboFlash 1Gb

3. The Tests

- Tests

In order to test our Corsair TurboFlash USB 1.0GB drive, we used two systems:

  • Biostar TA690GAM2 with AMD Athlon X2 4600+
  • 2x1GB Crucial PC2-8000@400Hz (4-4-4-8)
  • WD 36GB Raptor
  • Windows Vista Ultimate 32bit

And the second system is based on the Intel C2D

  • Shuttle SD32G2 with Intel C2D E6300
  • 2x1GB Crucial PC2-8500@400MHz (4-4-4-8)
  • WD 36GB Raptor
  • Windows XP SP2 with all latest updated installed

Under Windows XP, we were able to test the RAW performance of the Corsair TurboFlash 1GB USB Stick

Below are the test results. As we can see, an almost flat line in the performance of the device for both reading and writing functions.

The USB stick was able to read data at 35MB/sec, while its writing performance was somewhat slower at 15MB/sec.

Under Windows Vista, we used Sisoft Sandra 2007 XI SP2 for the two available tests:

Physical Disk Benchmark

Flash Disk Benchmark




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