Durham, NC, June 17, 2022 –(PR.com)– No matter how enticing NVMe performance gains are, investing in all NVMe drives can be an expensive proposition—both economically and operationally. In a recent report, Principled Technologies (PT) compared the input/output operations per second (IOPS) and throughput in four mixed drive configurations on two servers: A 15G Dell PowerEdge R750 server with a Broadcom PCIe Gen4 RAID controller and a 14G Dell PowerEdge R740xd server with a Broadcom PCIe Gen3 RAID controller.
According to the report, “In our random write workload-based FIO benchmark testing, we found that the more SAS drives we used in the mixed SAS/NVMe configuration, the bigger the performance differences were between the PowerEdge R750 and the PowerEdge R740xd.”
To learn more about these mixed SAS/NVMe drive storage tests and results, read the report at https://facts.pt/4Xw0EX6; the infographic at https://facts.pt/6YBkpVD; and the interactive PDF at https://facts.pt/Gr1RjEt.
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