We perform our quick benchmarks on two SanDisk Lightning 400GB SSDs (34nm SLC SAS drives also known as the 406s or lb406s)
The Supermicro X10SRi-F is an excellent low cost single socket Intel Xeon E5 V3 platform that has six PCIe slots and integrated Intel i350-am2 Ethernet and KVM-over-IP
We see major performance improvements while benchmarking the Intel Xeon E5-2620 V2 and E5-2620 V3 processors using the Linux-Bench test suite
We look at the SanDisk Optimus 400GB SAS SSDs in a striped RAID configuration to see performance compared to other SAS SSDs we have tested recently
The Gigabyte MD70-HB0 is a great platform for dual Intel Xeon E5-2600 V3 processors with integrated 12gbps SAS and Intel X540 10Gbase-T Ethernet
The Supermicro A1SRM-LN7F-2758 combines an 8-core Intel processor with QuickAssist acceleration along with 7 gigabit NICs and out-of-band management
Our Seagate Pulsar.2 200GB SAS SSD RAID 0 benchmarks. It seems like these Seagate MLC SAS SSDs are performing better in RAID arrays than we would expect
The Supermicro X10SRL-F review shows a solid UP Intel Xeon E5-1600 V3 and E5-2600 V3 motherboard has a maximum number of PCIe lanes available via slots as well as the new Grantley-EP generation technologies.
We take a look at two SanDisk Lightning 206s 200GB SAS SSD in RAID 0 and perform quick and dirty benchmarks. The results surprised us.
Quick benchmarks of a SanDisk Lightning 406s SLC SAS SSD. We compare to the 200GB SLC drive, a Seagate Pulsar.2 and an Optimus 400GB SAS SSD