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A-DATA PD7 8GB Flash Drive Review

Makaveli    -   January 21, 2008
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Testing:

To thoroughly test the A-DATA PD7 8GB flash drive, I'm going to be testing it with a program called "Flash Memory Toolkit." The tests from the program that I'll be running are the "Low-level Benchmark" and the "File Benchmark." The "Low-level Benchmark" tests the speed multiplication and how many megabytes a second the drive can achieve while in read format. The "File Benchmark" allows us to see the read and write speed of the drive in KB/s for each of the one, three, and five megabyte files. Higher is better in all tests. I'll be using the Lexar 8GB drive (OCC Review) and a generic 2GB model that I've used for years.

Testing Setup:

Read Speed - Low Level Benchmark:

The first screenshot is of the A-DATA PD7, the second is of the Lexar 8GB, and the third is of the generic 2GB flash drive. Clearly, the A-DATA PD7 destroys the competition by a long shot.

 

 

 

 

 

Nothing stands even close to the A-DATA PD7. Let's move on and see how it fares in the "File Benchmark" test.




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Installation & Configuration
  3. Features
  4. Testing
  5. Testing (Continued)
  6. Conclusion
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