Home | Reviews | Storage | SSD | Crucial MX100 SSD 256GB Review

Crucial MX100 SSD 256GB Review

IOMeter has to be one of the most widely used software packages for benchmarking disks. There are an endless number of ways you can build a benchmark, but we chose to limit our benchmarking to 100 percent Sequential Read and Write then 100 percent Random Read and Write. You can emulate our benchmarking by using the following configuration

DescriptionIOMeter Seq Total IOps ReadIOMeter Seq Total IOps Write
Crucial MX100 256254.53166.58
DescriptionIOMeter Seq Total MB/s ReadIOMeter Seq Total MB/s Write
Crucial MX100 256533.79349.35
DescriptionIOMeter Seq Average I/O Response Time ReadIOMeter Seq Average I/O Response Time Write
Crucial MX100 2563.936.00
DescriptionIOMeter Random Total IOps ReadIOMeter Random Total IOps Write
Crucial MX100 256251.97138.75
DescriptionIOMeter Random Total MB/s ReadIOMeter Random Total MB/s Write
Crucial MX100 256528.41290.99
DescriptionIOMeter Random Average I/O Response Time ReadIOMeter Random Average I/O Response Time Write
Crucial MX100 2563.977.21

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Benchmarking: Key Comparisons
  3. Benchmarking: AS SSD
  4. Benchmarking: CrystalDiskMark
  5. Benchmarking: Anvil Storage Benchmark
  6. Benchmarking: IOMeter
  7. Benchmarking: ATTO Disk Benchmark
  8. Benchmarking: PCMark Vantage
  9. Benchmarking: PCMark 8
  10. Final Thoughts

About Joe DiFiglia

I have always had a passion for everything computing. In early 2000, I decided to take my passion to the web. Thus, C.O.D. was born. Through the years we have made many great friends at C.O.D. and hope to continue our journey for years to come.

Check Also

Samsung 840 Pro 256GB SSD Review

Some companies just have a knack for making their way into my life. My home and offices are populated with plenty of Samsung tech; I have a Samsung microwave, LED TV, Soundbar, Galaxy S3, headphones, Color Laser Printer, 2 Samsung Laptops, etc. Well, now Samsung wants to entice me with their 840 PRO Series SSD. Does Samsung's high end SSD have what it takes to unseat our current SSD choice, the OCZ Vector?