We originally began our testing using the OCZ Agility Series SSD as previously pictured. While we were able to successfully use the OCZ SSD in the In Win Ammo enclosure, we were not able to use the RFID Encryption at that time, so we used a Western Digital Blue Series 500GB HDD for testing. The In Win Ammo’s RFID technology was enabled as the directions described and we were off and running.
Results: CrystalDiskMark shows a maximum read speed of almost 30 MB/second which is expected of a USB 2.0 storage device. This is definitely a limitation of USB 2.0 and not the hard drives we used. Both the OCZ Agility SSD and Western Digital Blue HDD had similar results. The write speed reached over 16 MB/second.
Results: HD Tach yields similar results. The sequential read speeds hovered just under 30 MB/second while bursting to 35 MB/second.
Results: In HD Tune, the transfer rate speeds mostly hovered around 25 MB/second with bursts near 30 MB/second. However it was interesting that the benchmark reported a burst rate of just 19.5 MB/second.
Results: The file benchmark in HD Tune shows more of the same results with read speeds hovering between 25 MB/second and 30 MB/second. Write speeds again were close to 15 MB/second.