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Sunday, October 26, 2014
Kingston USB 3.0 Media Reader review

2. Benchmarks

For our transfer rate benchmarks we used two memory cards from Kingston - the MicroSDHC U1 32GB and the SDHC 32GB UHS-I U3 flash cards. We also used two flash readers, the Kingston MobileLite G3 that we have already tested at CDRInfo.com and of course, the new Kingston USB 3.0 media reader. The readers were connected to a PC equipped with VIA USB 3.0 and an Intel USB 3.0 controllers. The VIA controller features the UASP/Turbo mode, which boosts the data transfer rate between the controller and the card reader.

Below you see the results we got from the CrystalDiskMark benchmark with the Kingston USB 3.0 media reader plugged into the VIA USB 3.0 controller and the MicroSDHC U1 32GB flash card inserted into the reader.

The same benchmark with the Kingston USB 3.0 media reader plugged into the VIA USB 3.0 system but now with the with the Kingston SDHC 32GB UHS-I U3 flash card flash card:

Below we summarize the results the results:

CrystalDiskMark - Kingston MicroSDHC U1 32GB
 

 

Sequential Read MB/s
Sequential Write MB/s
512K random read MB/s 512K random write MB/s 4K random read MB/s
4K random write MB/s
Kingston USB 3.0 media reader Intel USB 3.0 controller
93.90
44.35
60.44
0.805
9.307
0.322
VIA USB 3.0 controller, UASP disabled
94.74
44.35
56.28
0.754
9.347
0.284
VIA USB 3.0 controller, UASP enabled
94.20
44.39
59.98
0.859
9.192
0.303
Kingston MobileLite G3 reader Intel USB 3.0 controller
88.86
44.31
70.63
0.767
5.329
0.355
VIA USB 3.0 controller, UASP disabled
92.62
44.40
71.47
0.768
5.427
0.507
VIA USB 3.0 controller, UASP enabled
93.94
44.48
73.83
0.735
5.431
0.364

 

CrystalDiskMark - Kingston SDHC 32GB UHS-I U3
 

Sequential Read MB/s
Sequential Write MB/s
512K random read MB/s 512K random write MB/s 4K random read MB/s
4K random write MB/s
Kingston USB 3.0 media reader Intel USB 3.0 controller
95.99
82.37
62.32
3.391
9.982
1.289
Kingston MobileLite G3 reader Intel USB 3.0 controller
95.46
83.65
73.18
3.482
5.706
1.358

It looks like the Kingston USB 3.0 media reader has an edge over the Kingston MobileLite G3 reader in the 4K random read tests, but the MobileLite G3 contributed to a faster performance in the 512K random read test. In the rest tests the results were almost identical with both readers.




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