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Crucial MX200 500GB Review

Using traces recorded from Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office and a selection of popular games, PCMark 8 Storage highlights real-world performance differences between storage devices. You do not need to have these applications installed on your system to run the Storage benchmark. The PCMark 8 Storage benchmark test contains the following workload traces:

Adobe Photoshop light
Adobe Photoshop heavy
Adobe Illustrator
Adobe InDesign
Adobe After Effect
Microsoft Word
Microsoft Excel
Microsoft PowerPoint
World of Warcraft
Battlefield 3

DescriptionStorage Score
Crucial MX200 5004981
DescriptionStorage Bandwidth
Crucial MX200 500274.52
DescriptionWorld of WarcraftBattlefield 3
Crucial MX200 50058.00133.30
DescriptionAdobe Photoshop lightAdobe Photoshop HeavyAdobe InDesignAfter EffectsAdobe Illustrator
Crucial MX200 500114.00359.7057.3070.6071.70
DescriptionMicrosoft WordMicrosoft ExcelMicrosoft PowerPoint
Crucial MX200 50028.209.209.20

Table of Contents

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

About Joe DiFiglia

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