ATTO Disk Benchmark – Aged but popular disk benchmark tool

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ATTO Disk Benchmark is a simple and easy to use storage system performance (especially for transfer rate – Read & Write) measuring tool.

ATTO Disk Benchmark can be used to test Hard Drives, removable disk, USB flash disk, memory card (micro SD), SSD Drives, HBAs, RAID (redundant array of independent disks) Adapters & Storage Controllers.

I do believe that a lot of computer users have encountered such a problem, that’s the nominal hard disk read & write speed values when it leaves factory is greater than that we get from testing. This time the manufacturer is actually to get the maximum value through ATTO Benchmark software – ATTO Disk Benchmark.

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  • Transfer sizes from 512KB to 8MB
  • Transfer lengths from 64KB to 2GB
  • Support for overlapped I/O
  • Supports a variety of queue depths
  • I/O comparisons with various test patterns
  • Timed mode allows continuous testing
  • Non-destructive performance measurement on formatted drives
  • Freeware (send download links to your email)

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