File Copy | Game | Throughput Performance
With DiskBench we place a 50GB single file onto the test drive. We copy this file from the test drive to a new folder on the test drive, volume to volume. This tests the performance of the drive’s ability to copy a single large file from itself to itself as if you were copying files on the same drive, it replicates this drive being your primary and only drive. Results are in duration Seconds, lower is better.
Copying a large 50GB file from volume to volume the Netac NV7000 2TB SSD does extremely well, with the second fastest time of 18.4 seconds. It beats every SSD, except for the MSI Spatium M480, which is impressive. This is a very fast file copy time.
The Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker Benchmark is a unique game benchmark that allows us to objectively calculate the load times of different game scenes loading on the SSD. This benchmark runs multiple scenes that it benchmarks, it also keeps track of the scene load times for each scene and reports a duration, in addition, it provides an overall average duration of all the scenes together. This provides consistency in testing. We report the overall average scene load time of all the scenes in seconds, lower is better.
While the file copy was fast, it is coming in with average performance in Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker Benchmark. It follows suit right in the average performance range with many of our SSDs, not really the fastest, but also not the slowest either.
In ATTO the Netac NV7000 2TB SSD performs near its quoted read speed of 7000MB/s at 6.97GB/s, so it is right where it should be. This puts it toward the top of performance, following many other fast SSDs. Its write performance is very strong at 6.3GB/s, coming in second in performance to the Adata Legend 960. Its performance is very stable and consistent across file sizes.