wongck wrote:The results looks as expected.
The max speed is probably limited by the speed of Thunder ( what PIO number is it? ).
Most of these device have onboard cache buffering so that the write-level stuff have time to work.
The SSD probably have more cache than the CF. So CF need to wait to flush cache to memory while SSD do not. Try to make block to larger (64MB ? depends on your RAM) and see if it fills the cache.
What I have read is that China SSD uses lower standard chipset and may be cache-less, that's why it performance is slower. You may see the same as your CF depending on how much cache it has. So that KingSpec result would be interesting.
Also have you tried Industrial CF??
All my Industrial CF works on the Atari while some of my consumer CF failed.
I think plenty of ppl on this forum had issues are with consumer CF.
dhedberg wrote:Interesting! Looking forward to the results. Where did you buy the PATA SSD from? Conrad?
Gaiyan wrote:I've initially used an IDE2SD adapter (Sintech) with mediocre performance.
joska wrote:Gaiyan wrote:I've initially used an IDE2SD adapter (Sintech) with mediocre performance.
Have you been using Class 4 cards? Because the Sintechi IDE->SD adapters performs much better on my Firebee than your CF/SSD figures in this post when I'm using Class 10 cards. I get around 7.5Mb/s, which is the same as I get on the CF card in the same machine.
joska wrote:That's strange... What was the actual performance? And what kind of adapter did you use? I'm using this one:
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/44-Pin-Male- ... SweM1Z-dZr
With Class 10 cards performance is better than any Atari hardware I've used it on, my Milan060 included.
joska wrote:So basically it doesn't matter, performance is pretty much identical.
dhedberg wrote:Thanks for the post! Seems indeed like the performance is about the same for all the devices.
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