Benchmarks: Real-World Applications
A minor performance gain is seen in our game installation test as the Trion 150 shaves just a few seconds off the time previously set by the Trion 100. Therefore, while the Trion 150 is two seconds faster than the Trion 100, it is 10 seconds slower than the 850 Evo.
This time the Trion 150 was just 1 second faster than the previous model, while it was 2 seconds slower than the 850 Evo.
Those who regularly backup their data will be able to do so just a few seconds faster with the Trion 150 over the Trion 100. Both were considerably slower than the competition from Samsung.
Almost all SATA-based SSDs, with the exception of the Crucial BX200, deliver similar results in the 7-zip extraction test. That said, the Trion 150 was four seconds faster than the Trion 100 and just three seconds slower than the 850 Evo.
Here's how those extraction times translate into throughput. As you can see the Samsung and OCZ TLC SSDs are quite similar in performance here.