Just like the Consistency test, PCMark 8’s Standard Storage test also saves a large amount of performance data. The default test runs through the test suite of 10 applications three times. Here we show the total bandwidth performance for each of the individual test suites for the third and final benchmark run.
The Aorus RGB displays strong bandwidth performance for each of the applications used by the benchmark, particularly in the Adobe Photoshop Heavy and Light traces as well as the Adobe InDesign one.
Gigabyte’s Aorus RGB drive produced an overall bandwidth speed of 626.94MB/s for PCMark 8’s Standard Storage test, a wee bit slower than the PNY XLR8 CS3030 and Patriot’s Viper VPN1000 which use the same NAND and controller combination as the Aorus RGB.