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Raptors can read faster then 80 MB/s

I can get up to 600 MB/s on 4 slow 7200 RPM drives (that's 150 MB/s each)
Err.... I don't think you get 600mb/s sustained read.... do you????

Who cares about burst... I mean, with Intel Matrix, burst goes through the roof. The main thing that matters is sustained read.

80MB/S is about the limit for a single hard drive at current technology.
    
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Isn't Burst just the speed from the Cache to the controller?
    
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SATA 3.0GB/s is not used because it is not as reliable as SATA 1.5GB/s. SATA 1.5GB/s is a proven technology and WD is not going to switch its performance line to the unnecessary 3.0GB/s until it is proven reliable.
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SATA 3.0GB/s is not used because it is not as reliable as SATA 1.5GB/s. SATA 1.5GB/s is a proven technology and WD is not going to switch its performance line to the unnecessary 3.0GB/s until it is proven reliable.
agreed

Plus, they're selling plenty Raptors as it is... so why even bother spending money on going to the different manufacturing proces while they're raking in the dough with the current drives?

They simply have NO competition for the Raptors. They probably have a SATAII version all ready to go in case anyone else decides to launch a 10k drive that's SATAII. But for now, they're alone and enjoying it.
    
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