Super Talent Luxio 64GB High-Capacity Luxury USB Drive ReviewThe Smith - March 12, 2009
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To test the performance of the Super Talent Luxio 64GB, I will use a program that is called Flash Memory Toolkit. The free demo of this program will be used to do the testing. This consists of a low level read test, which will check memory bandwidth on the device, and then a write test of different file sizes. The next benchmark will be the removable storage SiSoft Sandra benchmark. Finally, I will test once again the write speed by copying on it our custom files - the same ones we use for the WinRAR benchmark. All thumb drives have been formatted beforehand and they are plugged in a rear USB port on the motherboard.
- CPU: Intel Core i7 920 150x20 = 3 GHz
- Motherboard: MSI X58 Platinum SLI
- Memory: Mushkin HP3 12800 7-7-7-20
- Video Card(s): Nvidia GTX 260
- Power Supply: Mushkin 800watt Modular Power supply
- Hard Drive: Seagate 750GB 7200.11 SATA
- Opticals: Pioneer DVR-212DBK
- O/S: Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit SP1
- Super Talent The Godfather 16GB
- Kingston Data Traveler 2.0 8GB
- Lexar JD Firefly 1GB
Read Speed - Low Level Benchmark:
This is the first benchmark from Flash Memory Toolkit. This test outputs a speed in megabytes per second and a "times" factor. For both scores, higher is better.
The Luxio 64GB was not as good as Don Carleone, but it still beat the other brands by a huge margin.