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Kingston SE100S37/100G SSD Driver
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Max latency spikes from both of the eMLC SandForce models came in at the middle of the group, contained in the band between ms, whereas Kingston SE100S37/100G SSD Samsung or Hitachi models measured ms. The Intel SSD was on the other end of the spectrum, measuring ms once it reached steady state.
The E offered the highest transfer speeds in conditions where the load stayed at or below an effective queue depth of Average latency showed the Kingston E maintained Kingston SE100S37/100G SSD cool fairly well over the different loads, up until the point where it surpassed an effective queue depth of At that stage average latency shot up dramatically, which was the norm for this group. Comparing max latency, the Kingston E did had some of the highest peaks on the chart along with the Intel SSDwith the highest measuring Kingston SE100S37/100G SSD ms.
While the dramatic peaks were mildly concerning in our max latency test, looking at standard deviation, the spikes from the E were infrequent, with it keeping its response times consistent at levels at or below QD To Kingston's credit, they're offering a robust SSD for this category, complete with capacitors for data protection in the event of power loss and thermal pads for transferring NAND and controller heat into the metal case. The only major spec sheet or build knock against the E is the three year warranty, which is light in a space where five year warranties are the norm.
In workloads with a mix of read and write activity, the SandForce-based E came in at the upper Kingston SE100S37/100G SSD segment of the pack, and offered a surprising boost in performance over the similar spec'd pureSi Kage K1. To be fair though, the E gives up endurance to this closely matched competitor, Kingston SE100S37/100G SSD of the delicate balance that firmware can effect.
That puts it under all comparables, even the geriatric but reliable Intel SSD In terms of cost, the Kingston E stands out offering the Kingston SE100S37/100G SSD pricing in the eMLC category, which will undoubtly cause it to gain attention in the rapidly expanding entry enterprise market.