AS SSD Benchmark – SSD specific transmission speed testing tool

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AS SSD Benchmark is a lightweight performance test tool specially designed for SSD (Solid State Drive) from Germany. It can be used to test all key performance of your SSD, such as continuous reading and writing, 4K alignment (small file transfer), 4 KB random read and write as well as response time, etc. And finally gives the comprehensive score of your SSD.

In addition, AS SSD Benchmark also comes with a compression benchmark function, which can show you a graph to describe the transformation of hard disk performance along with the increasing of data compression ratio in the data model.

All in all, just use AS SSD Benchmark to test, we can easily assess whether an SSD’s performance is good or bad.

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  • Test the transmission rate of SDD with ease
  • Support both SSD and HDD
  • Very easy to use – one-click to start to test
  • Visually display the test results as graphs
  • Only cost you less than 1 MB hard drive space

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