Synthetic Storage Benchmarks
We are using PCMark 10’s Full System Drive Storage Benchmark. It outputs an overall score (higher is better) that is derived from the Bandwidth (higher is better) as well as access time (lower is better) results.
In PCMark 10’s full system drive storage benchmark, the Netac NV7000 2TB SSD produces a total score of 2932. In this benchmark, it excels just above the Lexar NM800 PRO SSD and Patriot Viper VPR400 SSD and is much faster than the MSI Spatium M480. It comes in under the Acer Predator GM7000, ADATA Legend 960, and Acer Predator GM7, but this is mostly due to access time being a bit faster on those.
Testing access time, the Netac NV7000 2TB SSD does have a good access time, above the Lexar NM800 Pro and Patriot Viper VPR400, and well above the MSI Spatium SSDs. As you can see, the Acer Predator GM7000, Adata Legend 960, and Acer Predator GM7 have a faster access time, and that is why they do look better in the full drive benchmark. The Netac is right up there though with these SSDs, and is not slow in any regard.
In the above graph, we are testing PCMark 10’s Quick Storage Benchmark, which utilizes a lighter workload of traces meant for smaller drives, it provides an interesting contrast to the wide-ranging test of the full benchmark above. In the quick system drive benchmark the Netac NV7000 2TB SSD performs very well, almost near the top. It’s in line with Adata Legend 960 performance and only falls short of the Acer Predator GM7000. It is faster than every other drive in these more typical workloads that you will encounter in daily use. This is exceptional performance out of the Netac NV7000 2TB SSD.