Intel DC P4510 8TB NVMe Enterprise SSD Review

Posted 13 August 2018 01:31 CET by Jeremy Reynolds

Myce/OakGate Reads and Writes Tests

The tests are designed to show the Random and Sequential, Read and Write, performance metrics for different combinations of Queue Depth and IO size.

Here are the results –

Random Reads

Myce/OakGate Random Reads Test

 

Here you can see the results for Random Reads over a wide range of IO Sizes and Queue Depths.

Please note that at Queue Depth of 256 Intel’s specification for 4K Random Reads of 620,000 has been exceeded with a result of 638,993.

 


Random Writes

Myce/OakGate Random Writes Test

 

Here you can see the results for Random Writes over a wide range of IO Sizes and Queue Depths.

Please note that at a Queue Depth of 256 Intel’s specification for 4K Random Writes of 139,500 has been exceeded with a result of 151,090.

 


Sequential Reads

Myce/OakGate Sequential Reads Test

 

Here you can see the results for Sequential Reads over a wider range of IO Sizes and Queue Depths (including small IO Sizes) than was seen in the SNIA Throughput Test.


Sequential Writes

Myce/OakGate Sequential Writes Test

 

Here you can see results for Sequential Writes, over a much wider range of IO Sizes and Queue Depths (including small IO Sizes) than was seen in the SNIA Throughput Test.

 

Now let’s head to the next page, to look at the results for the Myce/Oakgate 4K Mixed Reads/Writes Tests…..