|Test Setup for:||Western Digital Scorpio Blue 1TB Drive|
|Motherboard+ Processor||Gigabyte 890GPAUD3H Rev 1.0+ AMD 550BE (Cooled with Thermaltake Big Typhoon)|
|Memory||Kingston KHX1600C9D3P1K28G HyperX Genesis 8GB 1600MHz DDRIII|
|Primary drive||Western Digital 3000HLFS Drive|
|Power Supply||Corsair TX750|
|Chassis||Lian Li A-70f Full Tower|
This drive is tested with fresh installed Windows 7 64bit Home Premium with AHCI enabled.
Boot Load Test
AS SSD Benchmarks
4k runs with 32bit Que depth have always been much lower on mechanical drives than on SSDs. Keeping the HyperX aside, Western Digital Scorpio Blue pretty much follows WD Black 750GB.
HD Tune Benchmark
8MB ATTO Benchmark
Yeah, its not fair for the HyperX SSD to stick its nose in the middle, but you can see all the drives are pretty much on the same level between 0.5MB-to-5MB read and Writes. Lets also not forget this 5400RPM drive is exchanging blows with 7200RPM drive.