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Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 64 GB review

The next stage is to analyse the performance of the drives with some of the best software available online.

Crystalmark is a useful benchmark to measure theoretical performance levels of hard drives and SSD’s. We are using V3.0 x64.

We tested the Kingston drive with both compressible and incompressible data and recorded between 250 MB/s and 260 MB/s from the sequential read test and around 161 MB/s from the sequential write test. This accurately mirrored our ‘real world’ results on the previous page. Obviously due to the nature of this kind of flash, 4k and 4K QD32 performance is weaker than from an SSD.

Above, the comparison drives results. The ADATA N005 Pro 64GB produces 175 MB/s sequential read and 90 MB/s sequential write, which is literally light years behind the latest Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 64 GB.

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With ATTO, the Kingston Datatraveler HyperX 3.0 64GB drive produces the fastest results we have seen – over 260 MB/s read and 160 MB/s write during the 8,192.0 test. The fast ADATA N005 looks positively pedestrian when directly in a head to head.

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