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A - DATA USB2.0 Flash Drive - RB19 Review

Former staff writer    -   October 7, 2007
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Testing:

To test the A-DATA USB 2.0 Flash Drive, OverclockersClub uses the Flash Memory Tool Kit. The benchmarks used will be “Low Level Benchmark” and “File Benchmark”. The Low Level Benchmark will be used to test the drive in a read format where we will be looking to see how many Mb/s and at what speed multiplication the drive can acquire. The File Benchmark will be used to test read and write speeds in KB/s to see what type of transfer rates are achieved with one, three and five megabyte files.

Testing Setup:

  • AMD 64 6000+ AM2 CPU
  • Abit AN-M2HD (nVidia Onboard Graphics)
  • 1GB Mushkin HP5300
  • Apevia 450W PSU
  • Maxtor Diamond Max 9 100GB SATA Hard Drive
  • Apevia X-Qpak2 Case
  • A-DATA USB 2.0 Flash Drive 4GB
  • Super Talent USB 2.0 Flash Drive 1GB
  • OCZ Mini Kart USB 2.0 1GB
  • Windows XP Pro SP2
  • DirectX 9.0C
  • BenQ FP222WH Monitor

 

Read Speed - Low Level Benchmark:

Looking at the screenshots below, you will notice that out of the three drives tested, the A-DATA maintained an almost constant average when being tested. The Super Talent and OCZ drives had some drops, but the OCZ Mini Kart had the worst of all with a drop from 90x at the start and finishing with 60x.

 

 

 

 




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Specifications & Features
  3. Testing
  4. Testing Continued
  5. Conclusion
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