ADATA Ultimate SU750 SATA3 SSD Review (1TB) – Notebook SSDs Still Control The Marketplace


ATTO Disk Benchmark is perhaps one of the oldest benchmarks going and is definitely the main staple for manufacturer performance specifications. ATTO uses RAW or compressible data and, for our benchmarks, we use a set length of 256mb and test both the read and write performance of various transfer sizes ranging from 0.5 to 8192kb. Manufacturers prefer this method of testing as it deals with raw (compressible) data rather than random (includes incompressible data) which, although more realistic, results in lower performance results.

Listed specs for this SSD are 550MB/s read and 520MB/s write and initial ATTO results appear to be right on the money.


Crystal Disk Benchmark is used to measure read and write performance through sampling of random data which is, for the most part, incompressible. Performance is virtually identical, regardless of data sample so we have included only that using random data samples.


The toughest benchmark available for solid state drives is AS SSD as it relies solely on incompressible data samples when testing performance. For the most part, AS SSD tests can be considered the ‘worst case scenario’ in obtaining data transfer speeds and many enthusiasts like AS SSD for their needs. Transfer speeds are displayed on the left with IOPS results on the right.The AS SSD results aren’t as appealing as we might like to see but do get a first look at read and write IOPS which appear to be in the general ball park of listed specs.






AS SSD results are typical for what we might see from a SATA3 SSD with over 70K IOPS read and write and sequential performance being lower than listed specs.

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  1. after few a month this ssd can not detected by bios, everything was i did to detected it but failed. another brand more than 3 years still running now.

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