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  1. #1
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    fastest 4k random

    Hey guys, forum newb here.
    Was wondering Something, and google wasn't being my friend , so thought I'd ask here.

    Just curious as to what the fastest SSD people have been measuring at QD1 4K Random as of late?

    Thanks.

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    Re: fastest 4k random

    If you mean the fastest ssd, so I'd recommend Samsung 850 Pro. I have been using it and its perfect. Has available capacities of 128 gb - 1 tb. Unlike many other known brands that rely on third-party components, Samsung uses its own hardware throughout so that's a plus.

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    Re: fastest 4k random

    I mean the highest IOPS at 4K Random in a bootable drive with low latency.
    Last edited by cdonaldson0406; 09-09-2016 at 07:03 PM.

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    Re: fastest 4k random

    Quote Originally Posted by cdonaldson0406 View Post
    I mean the highest IOPS at 4K Random in a bootable drive with low latency.
    PCIE card ?

    M.2 drive ?

    Plain old Sata ?

    Can you be more specific ?


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    Re: fastest 4k random

    pcie or m.2 because that would probably allow for more throughput? IDK.

    Just want to know what the fastest drive at random read/write people have seen.

    I'm not actually looking to purchase one or anything. Like I said, just curious and all.

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    Re: fastest 4k random

    Quote Originally Posted by cdonaldson0406 View Post
    pcie or m.2 because that would probably allow for more throughput? IDK.

    Just want to know what the fastest drive at random read/write people have seen.

    I'm not actually looking to purchase one or anything. Like I said, just curious and all.
    In that case...

    Samsung 950 pro m.2 512 GB

    Would be my best guess.

    You can do your own research here

    http://ssd.userbenchmark.com/

    Or maybe at anandtechs "bench"
    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/SSD15/1186


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