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Originally Posted by HauntSheep View Post
Use some common sense and post it in the Hard drive section? since its purely about hard drivers?


Edit: Didnt notice you were from the United States, would explain why a hard drive topic is in a CPU based section
Cliché = -Rep

Still, if your baseless generalization helps you deal with your inadequacy issues then by all means continue posting trite drivel .
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The raptor is also a server-grade drive. It has an advantage there too.
That's really offset by it being a 10k rpm drive though... its reliablility is probally on par with the seagates.
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post #13 of 18
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HI,
I dont know this is a right forum to post ... if not please Mod move to the thread to the correct one.

Recently I used a HDD test tool to test the Raptor HDD and the Seagate 500Gb, 32Mb cache, Baracuda and the result came out that the seagate transfer faster than the raptor . it's true ? please gice some idea
look at the pics
If you wanted a real comparison of those two drives you would need to run the entire test with the benchmarking bar in the settings all the way on accuracy.
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[color=darkorchid] Edit: Didnt notice you were from the United States, would explain why a hard drive topic is in a CPU based section
Sigged! That is great! We in the US are bad at english.
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raptor is SATA 150 where Seagate is SATA 300, for pure data transfering you gonna see SATA 300 out run any SATA 150 HDD. However the raptor has higher rpm and faster seek time which means it will react faster when loading something not huge.
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raptor is SATA 150 where Seagate is SATA 300, for pure data transfering you gonna see SATA 300 out run any SATA 150 HDD. However the raptor has higher rpm and faster seek time which means it will react faster when loading something not huge.
that is very false. sata300 and sata150 yes have different theoretical limits. problem with that though is that any hadr drive one the market right now can not sustain those speeds anyway. even the old IDE interface for the most part can still suffice as far as bandwidth goes with most drives on teh market right now.

remember the sata 300 and sata 150 is the difference in the bandwidth of the interface not the drive itself.
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"that is very false. sata300 and sata150 yes have different theoretical limits."

How false? so you saying SATA 150 could have higher transfer rate than SATA 300?


"problem with that though is that any hadr drive one the market right now can not sustain those speeds anyway. "

Thats why is listed maximum not sustained on spec.

"even the old IDE interface for the most part can still suffice as far as bandwidth goes with most drives on teh market right now."

True, PATA 100 and 133 actually same.

"remember the sata 300 and sata 150 is the difference in the bandwidth of the interface not the drive itself."
True...higer througput is one of the condition needed for data transfer..

So...SATA 300 have higher transfer rate....whats false?
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"that is very false. sata300 and sata150 yes have different theoretical limits."

How false? so you saying SATA 150 could have higher transfer rate than SATA 300?


"problem with that though is that any hadr drive one the market right now can not sustain those speeds anyway. "

Thats why is listed maximum not sustained on spec.

"even the old IDE interface for the most part can still suffice as far as bandwidth goes with most drives on teh market right now."

True, PATA 100 and 133 actually same.

"remember the sata 300 and sata 150 is the difference in the bandwidth of the interface not the drive itself."
True...higer througput is one of the condition needed for data transfer..

So...SATA 300 have higher transfer rate....whats false?
ok rather misleading then. when you talk about max speed then yes sata 300 can win but in all honesty doesn't really as no drive (excluding solid state drives) can even achieve that speed. it's like taking two 10megabit cards. hooking one up to a 100megabit network and the other to a gigabit network and saying the one hooked up to the gigabit is going to be faster.

"capable of" doesn't mean "it is"
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