These tests are very simple tests, but very important to
some users of SSD drives.
We simply started an application or game, and measured the
time taken for the application or game to fully load and start.
Application loading times
Adobe Fireworks CS3
There is very little difference in tangible performance between
these SSDs. However, the Toshiba OCZ RD400 M.2 NVMe SSD loaded this large
application in 3.24 seconds, and finished the test in second place.
Corel PaintShop Pro 12
Again, I doubt anyone could tell difference from the fastest
to the slowest SSD, as they are all very close.
Games loading times
FAR CRY 2
Once again the results are all very close, and I highly
doubt anyone could tell the difference between the fastest and slowest SSD in
It’s a dead heat in this test, with all the SSDs recording
the same loading time.
By now it’s is becoming very clear that the Toshiba OCZ
RD400 M.2 NVMe SSD delivers outstanding performance, with its powerful SSD
controller, and low latency NVMe interface, ensuring it will perform extremely
well in the real world.
Now let’s head to the next page where we will see how the
Toshiba OCZ RD400 M.2 NVMe SSD performs in PC Mark 8…..