OCZ Vector 180 (480GB)

AS SSD

AS_SSD_4KRead  AS_SSD_4K-64KThrdRead

The Vector 180 performs pretty much what we expected with other Barefoot 3 based drives. It is unfortunately slower than the Samsung 850 EVO.

AS_SSD_4KWrite  AS_SSD_4K-64KThrdWrite

Random write is decent but again is trailing behind the competitor. However, the drive is doing very well at higher threads.

AS_SSD_SequentialRead

The sequential read is quite good for the Vecotr 180. It is slightly slower than the 850 EVO and the Crucial BX100, however.

AS_SSD_SequentialWriteSimilarly, sequential write for the Vector 180 is decent but just a tad slower than the competitor.

Crystal DiskMark

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Crystal Disk Mark result is similar to what we have seen so far. The drive’s random read is in the middle of the pack.

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Same thing goes with the sequential write.

Crystal_DishMark_Sequential_Read Crystal_DishMark_Sequential_Write

So are the sequential read and write.

Crystal_DishMark_512k_Read Crystal_DishMark_512k_Write

PCMark

pcmark07_1Putting everything together we can see the Vector 180 scored 5419 points in the PCMark7.  It is good score but a tad lower than even the older Vector drive and is definitely lower than the Samsung 850 EVO.

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