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OWC Drive Dock with Thunderbolt 2 & USB 3.1 Review

AS SSD Benchmark


The AS SSD software determines the performance of Solid State Drives (SSD). The tool contains five synthetic and three practice tests. The synthetic tests determine the sequential and random read and write performance of the SSD. These tests are performed without using the operating system caches. In Sequential tests, the program measures the time it takes to read and write a 1 GB file respectively.

HDD via USB 3.1

Single drive setup connected to an Intel controlled motherboard port.

HDD via TB2

Single drive setup connected to an onboard Thunderbolt 2 controller.

SSD via USB 3.1

Single drive setup connected to an Intel controlled motherboard port.

SSD via TB2

Single drive setup connected to an onboard Thunderbolt 2 controller.

Performance Analysis

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