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Lexar 8 GB Jump Drive Secure II Plus Review

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To test the Lexar 8GB Jump Drive Secure Plus II, 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 the transfer rates achieved with one, three, and five megabyte files. I will be testing the Lexar against a 4 GB Dane-Elec Flash Drive and the 1gb OCZ mini Kart.

Testing System

  • Intel Core Duo E6600 Processor
  • 2 GB Kingston PC2 5300
  • Asus P5B Motherboard
  • Nvidia 8600GTS Video Card
  • 450watt PSU
  • 320GB Seagate SATA 2 HD
  • LG DVD SATA burner
  • Creative Fatal1ty Audio Card
  • Windows XP SP2
  • Lexar 8GB Jump Drive
  • Dane-Elec 4GB Flash Drive
  • OCZ Mini Kart 1GB

Read Speed - Low Level Benchmark:

From what this benchmark is telling me I can see that the Lexar stayed very steady while the Dane-Elec did drop out down to 40X a few times during the read test, which is not good for transferring large files quickly.

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