It's not just the Latency, look at the "Read Time with Random Writes" too
.298 msec with caching enabled (better)
.389 msec with caching disabled
But then the "Sequential Write"
230.9 mb/sec with caching enabled
239.7 mb/sec with caching disabled (better)
I did some checking and many of the OCZ drives have 64 or 128 MB cache buffers.
But looking at the overall data it looks like there is little to gain with any write caching. And Winsat gave both modes a 7.9 rating
So, Go Figure
But in the above Winsat tests was the Write Cache Buffer Flushing turned "On" or "Off"
And should it have been "On" when the Caching was enabled ????
And "Off" when it was disabled ????