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What are Consumer SSDs Sequential Bandwidth percentages?

Do you know of some of the consumer SSDs sequential bandwidth percentage? For specific models or just average for SATA3 / NVMe

 

What I mean is that on the specs of some Data Center level SSDs, they have that specification called "Sequential Bandwidth", and it's 100% for some of them.

 

Example: Intel SSD DC P4510 is 100%: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/products/memory-storage/solid-state-drives/data-center-ssds/d7-series/dc-p4510-series/dc-p4510-8tb-2-5inch-3d2.html

 

Is there a way to know this spec for consumer level SSDs? For example I am using Samsung 970 Evo NVMe right now - how can I get the info for it?

 

Thanks

 

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29 minutes ago, Liargoff said:

Is there a way to know this spec for consumer level SSDs? For example I am using Samsung 970 Evo NVMe right now - how can I get the info for it?

What I want to know is, why do you care about that metric? It's such an arbitrary thing, since it's still an "up to" - value.

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Never heard of it. A percentage compares two numbers (numerator and denominator), I dont see this in the term "sequential bandwidth percentage" so you need to.explain.

 

That SSD has different write and read advertised rate so it's not between these two.

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7 hours ago, Liargoff said:

Do you know of some of the consumer SSDs sequential bandwidth percentage? For specific models or just average for SATA3 / NVMe

 

What I mean is that on the specs of some Data Center level SSDs, they have that specification called "Sequential Bandwidth", and it's 100% for some of them.

 

Example: Intel SSD DC P4510 is 100%: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/products/memory-storage/solid-state-drives/data-center-ssds/d7-series/dc-p4510-series/dc-p4510-8tb-2-5inch-3d2.html

 

Is there a way to know this spec for consumer level SSDs? For example I am using Samsung 970 Evo NVMe right now - how can I get the info for it?

 

Thanks

 

You are reading it wrong. What it is saying is that at 100% usage, the sequential read speed is 3200 MB/s and sequential write is 3000 MB/s. 

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