TEST: Kingston NV1 1TB M.2 SSD

Here you can find a detailed performance and benchmark test of the M.2 NVMe SSD NV1 with 1TB (SNVS/1000G) from Kingston.
Score
2430
Price/GB
0,05 €


Technical data
Image NV1
Manufacturer Kingston
Model number SNVS/1000G
Storage capacity 1024 GB (932 GiB)
Read speed 2100 MB/s
Write speed 1700 MB/s
Interface PCIe 3.0 x4
Connection M.2 2280
Memory module (NAND) QLC
DRAM Cache no
TBW (Total Bytes Written) 240 Terabyte
Controller Silicon Motion SM2263XT
Price ca. 50 USD (= 0,05 $ / GB)
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Compared to the top performer*
Read speed
47 %
Write speed
39 %

*) Test result evaluated according to AS SSD Score within the same size.

AS SSD Benchmark

Standard performance test

The standard test was performed with a 5 GB file. A total score of 2430 points was achieved.

AS SSD TEST: Kingston NV1 1TB

AS SSD Read: Write:
Seq
in megabytes per second
2008,63 MB/s
1586,88 MB/s
4K
in megabytes per second
41,69 MB/s
155,84 MB/s
4K-64Thrd
in megabytes per second
622,06 MB/s
818,89 MB/s
Access time
in milliseconds
0,023 ms
0,622 ms
Score
865
1133
Total score
2430

Copy Performance Test

A common everyday situation is simulated here. Three test folders are created:

  • ISO (folder with two large files)
  • Program (folder with many small files)
  • Game (folder with small and large files)

The three folders are copied using the Windows Copy command (the cache remains enabled). The practical test of June 18, 2021 shows the performance for simultaneous write and read operations. The lower the duration, the better the performance.

AS SSD TEST: Kingston NV1 1TB
AS SSD Copy-Benchmark Transfer rate: Duration:
ISO
two large files
1660,91 MB/s
1,38 s
Program
many small files
1188,33 MB/s
5,92 s
Game
small and large files
1504,07 MB/s
4,59 s

Compression Performance Test

Here, the writing and reading speed of the the Kingston SSDSSD is measured depending on the compressibility of the data (according to the manufacturer, these should be 2100MB/s and 1700MB/s respectively).

AS SSD TEST: Kingston NV1 1TB

CrystalDiskMark Benchmark

Here, two sequential and two random performance tests are performed, similar to the ones performed on the AS SSD.

CrystalDiskMark Benchmark TEST: Kingston NV1 1TB
CDM Read [MB/s] Write [MB/s]
SEQ1M
Q8T1
2212,07
1712,65
SEQ1M
Q1T1
1759,69
1687,39
RND4K
Q32T16
658,85
939,48
RND4K
Q1T1
57,60
171,01

Input/Output operations per second

CDM Read [IPOS] Write [IPOS]
SEQ1M
Q8T1
2.109,60
1.633,30
SEQ1M
Q1T1
1.678,20
1.609,20
RND4K
Q32T16
160.853,00
229.365,00
RND4K
Q1T1
14.062,00
41.750,20

Average latency

CDM Read [µs] Write [µs]
SEQ1M
Q8T1
3.789,42
4.886,27
SEQ1M
Q1T1
595,64
620,92
RND4K
Q32T16
3.178,96
2.229,68
RND4K
Q1T1
70,98
23,82

HD Tune Pro Endurance test

A long-term test was performed here to make full use of the memory capacity. You can see when a cache is full and the writing performance decreases.

HD Tune Endurance Test TEST: Kingston NV1 1TB

HD Tune Pro Benchmark

HD Tune writes a 5 GB file to the Kingston M.2 SSD. The transfer data of the read speed is displayed graphically. The minimum, maximum and average values are also determined. The determined access time and burst rate are also displayed.

HD Tune TEST: Kingston NV1 1TB

ATTO Disk Benchmark

Here, a 256 MB file is written several times to the Kingston M.2 SSD . The I/O block size varies (from 512 bytes to 64 megabytes). The larger the blocks, the faster they can be written and read.

ATTO Disk Benchmark TEST: Kingston NV1 1TB

SSD-Z Benchmark

Similar to HD Tune, a 500 MB file is written to the Kingston M.2 SSD here. is written. The transfer data is displayed. The more constant the line, the better.

SSD-Z TEST: Kingston NV1 1TB


Information about the test system can be found at the bottom of the home page.
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