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Kingston DC1000B 480GB SSD Review


In our read throughput test, the drive peaked at 2,121.17MB/s at the 4MB block mark, somewhat short of the maximum 3,200MB/s quoted by Kingston. Writes peaked at the 64KB block size at 724MB/s, over 150MB/s faster than the official figure of 565MB/s before dropping back to finish the test run at 561MB/s.


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