Netac NV7000-t 1TB PCIe Gen4 M.2 NVMe SSD Review

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File Copy | Game | Throughput Performance

DiskBench

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.

Netac NV7000-t 1TB PCIe Gen4 M.2 NVMe SSD DiskBench Graph

Copying a large 50GB file from volume to volume the Netac NV7000-t 1TB SSD performs extremely well, in fact, this result shocked us, but we double-checked it to be true. The Netac NV7000-t 1TB SSD has the lowest and best file copy time we’ve ever experienced out of any SSD we’ve tested so far. It beat the former champ in this category by a couple of seconds. At only 15 seconds to copy a 50MB file, this is just really fast. For comparison, the Acer Predator GM7 with the same controller, same NAND flash, and same capacity, was the slowest at this test. That’s a huge win for the Netac NV7000-t, in fact, it was also faster by 3 seconds compared to the NV7000.

Final Fantasy XIV: Endwalker Benchmark

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.

Netac NV7000-t 1TB PCIe Gen4 M.2 NVMe SSD Final Fantasy XIV Endwalker Benchmark Graph

In addition to the file copy test result above, the game load time was also super fast on the Netac NV7000-t 1TB SSD. Once again, it chimed in with the fastest time we’ve experienced in this benchmark at a loading of 9.89 seconds. This was faster than the NV7000 and Acer Predator GM7, which is not on the graph because it was the absolute slowest in this benchmark.

ATTO

Netac NV7000-t 1TB PCIe Gen4 M.2 NVMe SSD ATTO Disk Benchmark Graph

In ATTO the Netac NV7000-t 1TB SSD performs at the same read speed of the Acer Predator GM7, but a much faster write speed. Compared to the NV7000 it is right under that SSD on read and write, very close to it in fact. These results are very strong and consistent across the SSD.

Netac NV7000-t 1TB PCIe Gen4 M.2 NVMe SSD ATTO Screenshot

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REVIEW OVERVIEW

Performance
9
Features
8
Cooling
8
Price Value
7

SUMMARY

We reviewed the Netac NV7000-t 1TB PCIe Gen4 M.2 NVMe SSD which is a budget-oriented DRAM-less SSD, and in our testing it performed very well, with strong throughput performance, above average small workload performance, and exceptional access time, file copy and loading times. It runs very cool with the optional heat spreader that you can install and comes in a very slim form factor to fit in many configurations. It has a low than expected endurance, compared to the NV7000, but manages to retain raw performance for the value-minded individual.
Brent Justicehttps://www.thefpsreview.com
Former managing editor of GPUs at HardOCP for 18 years, Brent Justice has been reviewing computer components since the late 90s, educated in the art and method of the computer hardware review, he brings experience, knowledge, and hands-on testing with a gamer-oriented and hardware enthusiast perspective. You can follow him on Twitter - @Brent_Justice You can sub to his YouTube channel - Justice Gaming https://www.youtube.com/c/JusticeGamingChannel You can check out his computer builds on KIT - @BrentJustice https://kit.co/BrentJustice

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We reviewed the Netac NV7000-t 1TB PCIe Gen4 M.2 NVMe SSD which is a budget-oriented DRAM-less SSD, and in our testing it performed very well, with strong throughput performance, above average small workload performance, and exceptional access time, file copy and loading times. It runs very cool with the optional heat spreader that you can install and comes in a very slim form factor to fit in many configurations. It has a low than expected endurance, compared to the NV7000, but manages to retain raw performance for the value-minded individual.Netac NV7000-t 1TB PCIe Gen4 M.2 NVMe SSD Review