The Slug Race: a couple of USB stick speed tests

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#21

[QUOTE=mciahel;2556925]Hm. Have the flash storage companies learned from the blank media industry or the other way round? :bigsmile:[/QUOTE] Maybe their bean-counters come from the same school?! :stuck_out_tongue:


#22

Patriot Xporter XT Boost 16GB
almost 2yr old


#23

Patriot Xporter XT Boost 200X [B]8GB[/B]
( got two from Newegg lastweek )


#24

OCZ 8GB Rally2


#25

Got a new one as gift from a company:
(Generic 2GB)



#26

The cheapest 16Gb i could find to be used with my media player.



#27

ADATA Classic C008 :Z
http://www.adata.com.tw/?action=product_feature&cid=1&piid=107




#28

Kingston DataTraveler 101 G2 - 2 GB
http://www.kingston.com/ukroot/flash/dt101g2.asp




#29

Micro Center brand 4GB
Super Slow :doh:


#30

OCZ [B]16GB[/B] Rally2
http://www.microcenter.com/single_product_results.phtml?product_id=0346633


#31

EMTEC M300 Lollipop Series 2 GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive
http://www.emtecelectronics.com/products/product.cfm?product=M300



#32

7dayshop own brand 32GB swivel pen drive:

Benchmark straight out of the packaging:

Anyone familiar with SSD reviews is well aware that a 4K aligned partition is essential. I noticed with diskpart that its partition was not 4K aligned, so I created a new partition and got a little extra boost in the write speed: :slight_smile:

exFAT formatted:

Definitely not a fast 32GB pen drive, but a cheap & cheerful one which cost £20 (~€23) when I bought it in March. :cool:






#33

Kingston DataTraveler Generation 3 4 GB.
http://www.kingston.com/flash/DTIG3.asp



#34

ATTO Benchmark outputs to .BMK file. How do I attach the .BMK file, or change it to a .PNG file as sugested above? I Have a Maxell Click 4GB which I don’t see on here, have it formatted for FAT32 (Using it at the moment for various firmware updates) which May make a difference in the scores as the write scores are averaging a tad over 5MB/Sec, but read scores are average 25-27 MB/Sec? Wondering if the Fat32 has anything to do with the write capabilities of the drive?


#35

Screenshot is the much better option. Press Alt+ PrtSc and paste into a simple graphic tool like MS Paint, Irfan View or similar. PNG is the preferred format to save the image. Then upload. See also the (How to attach… ) link in my signature :wink:

Michael


#36

Kingston DataTraveler Generation 3 4 GB:



#37

I think I should benchmark my Transcend JetFlash 16GB, still the fastest I had so far. :slight_smile:


#38

Emtec C400 16 GB
:rolleyes:



#39

^ Yikes! I sure wouldn’t want to be in a hurry. :eek:

This is a 7DayShop own-brand blue USB3 32GB I bought about a year ago:

I formatted the stick in exFAT prior to running the test.



#40

Verbatim PinStripe 16 GB