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Cyberpower Infinity X55 VX System Review

Here we test the Infinity's storage performance, using CrystalDiskMark 5.1.1 and ATTO Disk Benchmark 2.47

SSD Performance

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Starting with the Intel 600p, this SSD does not perform as well as some other NVMe drives – such as the 960 Pro, for example. However, it is a budget PCIe drive and still offers read speeds of around 1500MB/s and write speed around the 600MB/s mark – faster than a SATA drive, that is for sure. For the price, a SSD like this is good to see in the Infinity.

HDD Performance

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The 1TB WD Caviar Blue mechanical drive is perhaps the ‘go-to' drive when looking for mass storage. It offers nothing unexpected in terms of its speed, but remains a decent hard drive.

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