In this review we will be examining two SSDs, the Mtron Pro 7000 and the MemoRight MR25.1-032S, both are SATA 32GB SSDs. Both companies fully intend on making their mark quickly. In my many discussions with these companies I have found there is more than just a touch of competition between them, which will be great for the industry. Both are awaiting results of the tests in this review and I must pass on a thank you to Both Zeta of Mtron and Elina of MemoRight for getting me the sample SSDs out so quickly.
First let's jump to the results! I have listed SSD disks from left to right in order of performance, the two new drives being the first and second, respectively. Each SSD was used inside a Dell XPS M1330 laptop to garner the results (Specs: 2.0GHz Core 2 Duo processor, 4Gb RAM and running on Vista Ultimate 64):
The Mtron Pro: The Mtron Pro 7000 is a brand new release which follows up on that of the Mtron Mobi 3000 released less than two months ago. Even though the Mobi 3000 was the fastest SSD in the industry, Mtron decided not to stand pat and instead put their best foot forward to try for better, and they have! Mtron can boast that they are the first to break the 100MB/s barrier not only in the read category with a 116MB/s speed , but also in the burst speed at 114MB/s. This SSD never ceases to amaze me. When installed on my laptop I got a new record boot time of 26 seconds from the press of the power button to Internet connectivity confirmation and SSD activity complete. Not only is its access speed still the top tested at .1ms but also, this little baby helped boost my system PCMark05 score to an overall 6,224 (from 6,124 with the Mtron Mobi) with an unbelievable PCMark HDD Score of 15,056. I didn’t realize PCMark05 HDD scores it even went that high. Good work Mtron!