Jump to content
Corsair Community

What does a 'Good' ATTO benchmark look like?


Recommended Posts

Atto measures read and write rates of ~ max. compressible data in variable sequentiell size.


You can easily see if the drive is in reach of max transferrates, because the specs itselfs note on the values: "measured with ATTO".


You do NOT achieve this spec-rates in ANY reallife application data-transfers.


A good ATTO benchmark looks like: Achieving 98% of read/write-specs somewhere nearly at the bottom (highest filechunk sizes). Usually smaller filsize read/writes quite much slower, what is absolutely normal, HDD values kept in mind.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Once the computer gets to a certain speed,it's impossible for a human to detect any difference in the reading and writing or normal operation.


A human would not see any difference when opening the same file on my computer or the RAID setup ... if the file being opened was on my SSD.

Link to comment
Share on other sites


This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

  • Create New...