It's always nice to see new SATA 3 SSDs introduced but is there anything better in the 6 series that consumers will find that's better than the 5 series.
About 80% of daily disk access measured in Microsoft's diskmon is small file reads and writes but we see the high random access numbers touted that may be important in about 1% of daily disk access.
Now I hope a rare reviewer will test these new drives as the primary boot drive(C)that has an OS installed plus varying amounts of data.
Testing empty drives in Safe Mode is useless to me as it probably is to everyone else looking to buy an SSD.
Now,where's the SATA Express and USB 3.1 devices?
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