Syndicate
Site (RSS, Atom)
Contact
Weblog status
Total entries: 76
Last entry: 2020-03-23 01:48:49
Last updated: 2020-03-23 02:02:15
powered by vim, bash, cat, grep, sed, and nb 3.4.2

2020-01-04 12:23:20

Power Measuring Patriot Burst 480 and WD WD10SPZX

Finally the third Patriot Burst was tested. The results for the 480 are the same like for the 240: Lowest power consumption and highest speed. Additionally a 2.5 hard disk from WD was tested and two 3.5 disks to see the difference between 2.5 and 3.5.

Patriot Burst 480

480 GB means actually 937703088 sectors.

  • Idle 0.28 W
  • Read 0.51 W
  • Write 0.5 W
  • Read all sectors: 20m32.578s (371 MiB/s)
  • Write all sectors: 23m15.145s (328 MiB/s)

x-y diagram of measurements

WD WD10SPZX

This is a 2.5 hard disk with 1953525168 sectors.

  • Idle 0.6 W
  • Read 1.62 W
  • Write 2.47 W
  • Read all sectors: 62m5.537s (256 MiB/s)

x-y diagram of measurements

Toshiba DT01ACA100

This is a 3.5 hard disk with 1 TB.

  • Idle 1.15 W
  • Read 2.86 W
  • Write 2.94 W

x-y diagram of measurements

Seagate ST1000DM010

This is a 3.5 hard disk with 1 TB.

  • Idle 1.26 W
  • Read 2.69 W
  • Write 2.29 W

x-y diagram of measurements

Values overview

SATA SSD r pow
(W)
w pow
(W)
r spd
(MB/s)
w spd
(MB/s)
ADATA SU800 256 1.4 2.2
Corsair Force LE 120 0.58 0.58
Kingston A400 120 0.51 1.03 371
Kingston A400 240 0.52 1.08 371 290
Patriot Burst 120 0.54 0.54 371 86
Patriot Burst 240 0.52 0.52 369 327
Patriot Burst 480 0.51 0.5 371 328
Sandisk Z410 120 0.7 1.5
Verbatim Vi500 S3 240 0.59 0.98 211 117
Verbatim Vi500 S3 480 0.84 1.13 359 129
WD Green 120 0.96 1.3
2.5 HD r pow
(W)
w pow
(W)
r spd
(MB/s)
w spd
(MB/s)
Seagate ST1000LM048 2.7 2.6
Toshiba MQ02ABD100H 2.6 3.0
WD WD10SPZX 1.62 2.47 256
3.5 HD r pow
(W)
w pow
(W)
r spd
(MB/s)
w spd
(MB/s)
Seagate ST1000DM010 2.69 2.29
Toshiba DT01ACA100 2.86 2.94

Method

Measuring environment is explained in power measuring ADATA SU800. The speed as logged and calculated in latest measurements was simply done by taking the time for reading and writing the whole SSD in relation to its size.

Other measurements


Posted by Frank W. Bergmann | Permanent link