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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Review

A very important part of overall system responsiveness is down to hard drive performance. We use two of our favourite benchmark utilities Crystalmark X64 Edition and HD Tach to rate performance from the onboard 256GB SanDisk SATA drive.


These results are great, around 430 MB/s sequential read, and 400 MB/s sequential write. The SanDisk 256GB drive is also good with incompressible data, so a good choice for a laptop system.

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Strong results again, verifying the findings with CrystalDiskMark.

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