CCSIO Benchmark is a powerful drive speed testing tool for Windows 7, 8.1, nx 10

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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Those tired of the regular ways they undergo drive tests have something to look forward to as a new drive testing software has been made available called CCSIO Benchmark that brings innovation to the process. What’s even more interesting is its tiny 210KB size!

How it works

CCSIO Benchmark works by testing a multitude of scenarios to detect the best possible combination, perfect for those looking to find the most efficient configuration. The great thing here is that users don’t have to really test anything as the software will tell them exactly what the best combinations are for achieving top speeds in both writing and reading.

Those worried about potential compatibility issues shouldn’t be afraid because this software works for any storage device, making it the perfect tool to seamlessly carry around and use whenever necessary.

What it offers

There are many elements that go into configuring its various options. Whether users tinker with buffer size options or the IO mode, everything leads to different outcomes in performance and efficiency. All of them are covered by CCSIO Benchmark, however, making the user’s job easy and practically nonexistent. When it comes to buffer sizes, there are many options to choose from, including 8K, 16K, 32K, and so on, all the way up to 16M. That is quite a range of options that is provided to get the best results.

There are three ways in which tests can be overseen with this software. The ways in which tests can be done are with buffed sequential modes for IO, or unbuffered, either simple or unsequential.

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