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Intel X-25M solid-state drive

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The test results for the X25-M are staggeringly fast and blow the other drives out of the water. HD Tach supports Intel’s claims for a sustained read speed of 250MB/s and write speed of 70MB/s. Added to that the random access time is a mere 0.1ms.

HDTach 3.0.10 Results

Intel X-25M - HDTach Results

Speeds in MB/s
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Intel X-25M - HDTach Results

Time in miliseconds
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Performance in PCMark05 was absolutely mind-blowing. In the HDD element of the benchmark, we usually hope to see a score around 8000 marks, but with the X25-M the score rocketed to 25,164 marks.

PCMark05 Results

Intel X-25M - PCMark05 Results

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