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Benchieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees!




Please.
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See I have too many!







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Benchieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees!




Please.
Which ones do I run?


SiSoftware Sandra

Benchmark Results
Drive Index : 80 MB/s
Results Interpretation : Higher index values are better.
Random Access Time : 19 ms
Results Interpretation : Lower index values are better.

Performance Test Status
Run ID : XP on 27 July 2007 at 16:53:10
System Timer : 2.4GHz
Use Overlapped I/O : Yes
IO Queue Depth : 4 request(s)
Block Size : 1MB

Volume Information
Capacity : 932GB

Benchmark Breakdown
Speed at position 0% : 74MB/s (93%)
Speed at position 3% : 79MB/s (99%)
Speed at position 7% : 79MB/s (100%)
Speed at position 10% : 79MB/s (100%)
Speed at position 13% : 80MB/s (100%)
Speed at position 17% : 79MB/s (99%)
Speed at position 20% : 79MB/s (99%)
Speed at position 23% : 78MB/s (98%)
Speed at position 27% : 76MB/s (96%)
Speed at position 30% : 74MB/s (94%)
Speed at position 33% : 75MB/s (94%)
Speed at position 37% : 73MB/s (92%)
Speed at position 40% : 73MB/s (92%)
Speed at position 43% : 71MB/s (89%)
Speed at position 47% : 71MB/s (90%)
Speed at position 50% : 68MB/s (86%)
Speed at position 53% : 67MB/s (85%)
Speed at position 57% : 67MB/s (84%)
Speed at position 60% : 64MB/s (81%)
Speed at position 63% : 62MB/s (78%)
Speed at position 67% : 63MB/s (79%)
Speed at position 70% : 61MB/s (76%)
Speed at position 73% : 60MB/s (75%)
Speed at position 77% : 56MB/s (71%)
Speed at position 80% : 53MB/s (67%)
Speed at position 83% : 53MB/s (66%)
Speed at position 87% : 51MB/s (64%)
Speed at position 90% : 50MB/s (63%)
Speed at position 93% : 46MB/s (57%)
Speed at position 97% : 44MB/s (55%)
Speed at position 100% : 46MB/s (57%)
Random Access Time : 19 ms (estimated)
Full Stroke Access Time : 2 ms (estimated)

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post #15 of 21
HI Cog I was looking at that drive too. Is the new perpindicular tech Hitachi? Please Run HD Tach and HD Tune...I can attach them if you don't have them...

Are you not concerned that failure of a single drive will wipe out everything? That was the only factor concerning me...I was think ing about 4 of those in RAID 5...but as a single drive it seems like a risk...a reallly fat risk.
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HI Cog I was looking at that drive too. Is the new perpindicular tech Hitachi? Please Run HD Tach and HD Tune...I can attach them if you don't have them...

Are you not concerned that failure of a single drive will wipe out everything? That was the only factor concerning me...I was think ing about 4 of those in RAID 5...but as a single drive it seems like a risk...a reallly fat risk.
Hey CD,

I downloaded that HDTach one but I dont have the other.
If you could attach it would be most appreciated

I will eventually get another one to mirror the first one, which would then alleviate my fears of data loss.

This purchase was a combination of my insatiable desire to try all the new technology that comes out (lol) and the need the need to get rid of some smaller drives/clutter.
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Cog, why not do a full review/comparison of all your HDs? Please?
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Cog, why not do a full review/comparison of all your HDs? Please?
That would take ages!
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Benchieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees!




Please.
According to Amandtech, this drive performance closer to WD Raptor 150 (even its a 7200rpm). Here is the full review http://www.anandtech.com/storage/sho...spx?i=2969&p=2

BTW, they also rank it as the best "7200rpm" they ever tested.
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According to Amandtech, this drive performance closer to WD Raptor 150 (even its a 7200rpm). Here is the full review http://www.anandtech.com/storage/sho...spx?i=2969&p=2

BTW, they also rank it as the best "7200rpm" they ever tested.
Pretty impressive review
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