The Kingston DCP1000 is a total beast. It is an IOPS spewing monster that, when utilized to its full potential, can deliver more than enough performance for the vast majority of adopters. Move over Intel DC P3608, we have a new performance king! In today’s testing, it was able to sustain sequential read and write speeds of 7GB/s and 6GB/s, respectively! Not only that, but it is able to deliver over 1.1million IOPS with 4KB random read performance and over 180K for write. During the server workloads, it beat out most of the test pool, except for the Micron 9100 MAX during the more write heavy workloads at higher QDs.
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