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  • David (PassMark)
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    I thought the ADATA XM11 128GB witch has a ave rating of 3532 was king of the hill
    If you are looking for a 'disk' on a SATA interface it probably is equal best with the Patriot Wildfire.

    But there are many other mass storage devices around that make a SSD look slow.

    As mentioned above, there are RAM drives.
    But there is also the Fusion IO.
    http://www.fusionio.com/platforms/iodrive-octal/
    and the OCZ RevoDrive.
    http://www.ocztechnology.com/ocz-revodrive-hybrid-pci-express-solid-state-drive.html
    We exclude these devices from the charts however.

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  • hawks
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    His disk mark is 34312.2
    cd mark is 194551.3
    I have a vertex 3 and I get a 3530.3 witch is higher then the average but not by lightyears.
    I thought the ADATA XM11 128GB witch has a ave rating of 3532 was king of the hill

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  • David (PassMark)
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    I think you might be referring to baselines number 468822 ?

    The CPU on this machine is massively overclocked. Beyond 5Ghz.
    You are probably only looking at base speed (the non turbo clock speed). Which isn't overclocked.

    What makes you think diskmark score should be higher than 3532 for SSD?

    Some people are running pure RAM disks (using DDR3 main ram, not flash RAM). Doing this will completely decimate any result from a SSD or DVD drive. RAM drives have big disadvantages however in terms of capacity and volatility.

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  • hawks
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    Cooking the books

    The system name is BAD PC
    How can a Intel Core i7-2600K @ 3.40GHz thats not overclocked have a CPU mark of 14657 when the average is 9707 and the badest ssd you have listed is 3532 Also the disk marks and cd marks are off the charts
    Not picking on the guy just want to know why
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