Entry-level SSD Showdown: OCZ Trion 150 vs. Samsung SSD 750 Evo vs. Sony SLW-M

By Ciara Alarcon & Kenny Yeo - 16 May 2016

ATTO Disk Benchmark Results

ATTO Disk Benchmark 3.0.2 Results

ATTO is one of the oldest benchmarks around, but it’s still a useful tool to gauge a drive’s adeptness at managing compressible data. It’s also useful for seeing how a drive performs across a variety of different transfer block size.

There’s was little to separate the three drives on the ATTO Disk Benchmark. Across all tested file sizes - 8MB, 32K and 4K - all three drives managed very comparable, and in some cases identical, read and write speeds. The only significant difference is the OCZ Trion 150’s slightly poorer write speeds when it came to smaller data blocks of 4K. It managed the lowest reading of 278.67MB/s, which is about 10% off the pace against the fastest drive - Samsung SSD 750 Evo.