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Kingston DC1500M 3.84TB SSD Review

For testing, the drives are all wiped and reset to factory settings by HDDerase V4. We try to use free or easily available programs and some real-world testing so you can compare our findings against your own system.
This is a good way to measure potential upgrade benefits.

Main system:
Intel Core i7-7700K with 16GB of DDR4-3200 RAM, Sapphire R9 390 Nitro and an Asus Prime Z270-A motherboard.

Other drives
Intel Optane SSD DC P4800X 750GB.
Intel Optane SSD DC P5800X 800GB.
Intel SSD DCP4510 8TB.
Kingston DCP1000 1.2TB (RAID 0).
Kingston DCP1000 1.2TB (RAID 1).
Kingston DC1000B 480GB.
Kingston DC1000M 1.92TB.
Kingston KC1000 960GB.

Atto Disk Benchmark 4.
SPECworkstation 3.1

All our results were achieved by running each test five times with every configuration this ensures that any glitches are removed from the results. Trim is confirmed as running by typing fsutil behaviour query disabledeletenotify into the command line. A response of disabledeletenotify =0 confirms TRIM is active.

To aid in the testing of the drive, Intel kindly supplied us with a U.2 adaptor and the appropriate data/power cabling.

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