Intel DC P4510 8TB NVMe Enterprise SSD Review

Posted 13 August 2018 01:31 CET by Jeremy Reynolds

SNIA Throughput Test

The test is designed to measure the Sequential Read and Write IO performance, when under Steady State conditions. An IO Size of 128K is used for NVMe drives.

Here are the results –

You can see here a visual confirmation that Steady State was achieved for Write IO by the end of Round 5.

 

You can see here a visual confirmation that Steady State for Read IO was achieved by the end of Round 6.

Here are the average values recorded in the measurement window –

Intel’s specifications for Sequential Reads and Writes (3200 MB/s and 3000MB/s respectively) have both been exceeded.


SNIA Throughput Test – Product Comparison

For interest we present a comparison of the 1024K sequential reads and writes (single port) performance in comparison with those of the other Enterprise SSDs I have tested –

Wow – an outstanding result.  Please note that an IO Size of 128K is used for NVMe drives.

Another outstanding result. Please note that an IO Size of 128K is used for NVMe drives.

 

Now let’s head to the next page, to look at the results of the SNIA Latency Test…..