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Razer Blade Pro Review (w/ Core i7; GTX 1060)

Here we test the Razer Blade Pro‘s storage performance, using CrystalDiskMark 5.1.1.

The SSD returned reasonable read pace that’ll easily beat any hard disk or SATA-based drive – it scored read speeds of 1,549MB/s. Its write pace of 275MB/s is disappointing, but we certainly had no issues with using this laptop – it was never sluggish in any scenario. That read speed is vital, too, and it’ll help with application loading times and system boot speeds.

However, the PM951 is now a slightly older drive – which may explain the write result. The PC Specialist machine used a PM961 figure that was around twice as quick in read tests, giving read and write speeds of 3277MB/s 1214MB/s respectively.

Razer Blade Pro SSD

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