A Benchmarks write workloads with an emphasis on deep queue depth (server) writes.
Write Score = Write Score = SeqW*0.1 + 4kW + 4k64W
  • SeqW = Sequential write speed
  • 4kW = Random 4k write speed
  • 4k64W = Random 4k write speed (64 queue depth)
All speeds are measured in MBps

Looking at the SSD Group Test average scores:
  • SeqW=362
  • 4kW=83
  • 4k64W=250
So the total score is weighted in the below proportions:
  • SeqW=10%
  • 4kW=22%
  • 4k64W=68%
This indicates a very heavy bias on 64 deep queue depth performance.

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