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Kingston DC1000B 480GB SSD Review

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 read optimised DC1000B offers fairly decent performance in PCMark 8’s Standard Storage test but it’s bandwidth figures are quite a way off what we would see from a more balanced (in terms of read and writes) NVMe drive, especially the two Adobe Photoshop tests.


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