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Seagate Nytro 3530 SSD Review

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The Seagate Nytro 3530 is part of the company’s newest high-performance and endurance-drive line of enterprise SATA SSDs. While certain models from the 2.5-inch Nytro 3000 family offer range of capacities up to 15TB, the 3530 goes as high as 3.2TB which addresses most mainstream enterprise workloads. The drive leverages the 3D eMLC NAND for some pretty impressive performance and endurance. Seagate quotes sustained sequential speeds up to 2,100MB/s read and up to 1,400B/s write with random speeds of 98K IOPS read and 19K IOPS write (for both the 3.2TB and 1.6TB models).

 

 

Seagate Nytro 3530 SSD Review

 

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We installed 8 of these (XS400ME10003) in a Dell server with a Perc H730 controller and cannot get them to perform, any ideas? We cannot get more than ~5GB per second no matter what raid configuration we use.

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We are just running performance tests on the server now, we have tried raid 10 and 5.  Dell EMC PowerEdge R740.  Service Tag: H9K41S2  Express Service Code: 37583276546

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