DancinJack wrote:There are quite a few. There is no reason to benchmark though. Benchmarking an SSD only shortens the lifespan of the NAND inside. If it's fast, leave it alone.
just brew it! wrote:That looks like HD Tune.
HD Tach is another one that I've used in the past, but it is apparently no longer supported (and not compatible with Vista/7/8).
just brew it! wrote:. . . . That said, unless you're comparing different SSDs there's not much point. Not sure why you'd want to bother benchmarking your SSD against a mechanical HD.
vargis14 wrote:What about crystaldisk ?? I have used it to test HDD's and my lone old corsair original frce 60gb drive that maxed out at around 250 mbs now it's around 200mbs with 12 gb of space left. I use it for my OS and a few programs.
churin wrote:I have reviewed info on CrystalDiskInfo but it does not appear to provide read/write speed test.
DancinJack wrote:churin wrote:I have reviewed info on CrystalDiskInfo but it does not appear to provide read/write speed test.
http://crystalmark.info/software/Crysta ... dex-e.html