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480GB HyperX Predator M.2 PCIe SSD (SHPM2280P2/480G)

USB Flash Benchmark & Sisoft Sandra

USB Flash Benchmark

There is no publishers description of USB Flash Benchmark, but it’s a simple to use, web-connected benchmark we’ve been trying out. It links to UsbFlashSpeed.com where scores can be reported and stored.

Predator Blank Drive
Predator Blank Drive

Top end speed with no OS installed looks to be in the 1,365MB/s range and top end write is around the 1,092MB/s mark. USB Flash Benchmark looks to be a useful tool, but it needs to define boxes with Min and Max speed.

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With the Predator sporting an operating system, we still get blazing, mind-numbing, crazy speed out of the drive. No matter the tests we throw at the 480GB HyperX Predator M.2 PCIe SSD, it keeps churning out massive speeds.

SiSoft Sandra

Designed as a complex utility for analyzing your computer’s software and hardware abilities as well as running various tests to stress out components separately, SiSoftware Sandra Lite is one of the most resourceful apps in its category. It includes numerous options that require significant time to get used to if you’re not familiarized with this kind of software. Suffice it to say, it targets power PC users.

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Sandra shows the 480GB HyperX Predator M.2 PCIe SSD in at 1,487.6MB/s read, with the other SSD’s in the test scenario so far below them they can’t even see the Predator above them.

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3 comments

  1. The Samsung XP941 is commercially available! You don’t know what you’re talking about. Moreover the Plextor M6E doesn’t quite give this a run for its money but in most practical situations you’re not going to see much difference.

    • The Samsung XP941 is not the same speed drive and substantially slower ergo my statements hold true, The XP941 runs at max 1GB/s and 800MB/s a second read. As mentioned the Plextor M6E is also substantially slower and close to impossible to get. Intel now has a drive that smokes the Kingston drive but you better believe it will smoke Kingston’s price as well.

  2. why everyone is testing only the 480gb version? i did not find not a single review of the 256gb version on the internet

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