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Can I see this abundance of proof showing the crap kicking? I've never seen a professional review claiming the Raptor was second best to any hard drive. Show me I can show you plenty showing otherwise.
here is a HD tach of a 7200.10 drive that beats the raptor in the peak sustained bandwidth, avg bandwidth, and up through 150gb (same as the raptor x) is way above as far as how fast it can read, plus has more hard drive space to boot.

raptor wins on access times and maybe burst rates

7200.11's should be better then a 7200.10 also shouldn't they?

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http://techreport.com/articles.x/13440/13

HD tach puts it on top almost every time. Then consider price, warranty, and legendary Seagate overall kickassedness, and 7200.11 is made of pure crystallized epic win.
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Hopefully this will shed light on the situation: http://www.storagereview.com/php/ben...bench_sort.php

The transfer rates of a 7200.1 is in the mid 80mb/s while the 15k are low 90mb/s. Just to be safe, lets say 10mb/s difference. Is it worth $1500 for 3x 15k hds instead of $300 for 3x7200 for that little of performance increase.

Also, the higher speed drives are only a benefit if you are working with files within the size of the cache ie. less than 8mb.

On my 2x320Gb RAID 0 I get about 110mb/s with an onboard controller. I do video editing, working with uncompressed video (13.4GB per hour) and I have no problem. I see no reason for anything more.
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here is a HD tach of a 7200.10 drive that beats the raptor in the peak sustained bandwidth, avg bandwidth.
And? These get posted daily, but what are you trying to state? Peak sustained bandwidth and average bandwidth = hard drive performance Again, look at any thorough review of the raptors and show me anything stating that a faster hard drive exists. Look at how the 7200.10 does in reality against a raptor...it even loses a majority of apps in Raid 0 against a single Raptor.

http://www.anandtech.com/storage/sho...spx?i=2760&p=1

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"We see both WD drives performing very well in these benchmarks, with the speed of the WD Raptor along with its impressive and sustainable transfer rates simply dominating the other drives in these tests. "
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The WD Raptor continues it dominance against other drives in the gaming benchmarks but the WD RE2 500GB makes a strong case as high capacity gaming drive."
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The test results show what we all know: speed kills. In this case, the WD Raptor posts an impressive score with the WD RE2 and Seagate 7200.10 finishing 13% behind"
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The WD Raptor continues its pattern of being the best available drive for the game enthusiast"
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the 7200.10 drives you linked to are different then the one I posted. that much is obvious by just looking at the HD tach results.

what I was saying though I admit the wording was bad with the peak sustained bandwidth was of the drive itself not the burst rate. the drive I listed has a peak transfer rate of what just at 105-110mb/s the raptor peaks at just under 90mb/s according to your link. avg read rate is at 86.8mb/s for the seagate drive while the raptor has an average read rate of 75.4mb/s. one thing with this though I would like to point out with average read rate is takes into account the whole size of the drive which means the seagate is also reading an additional 100gb of space. if you partitioned the seagate drive down to be an even 150gb as the raptor then the average read speed of the seagate would be much higher. if you notice at the end of the graph for your raptor link your reading by that point only at around what 52mb/s? and at that same 150gb spot the seagate is still over 80mb/s which is higher then the average read of the raptors.

also with your link yes maybe when your article came out 2 years ago on the 18th of may it might of been the fastest thing out there but by now things might of changed.


I would run more test for you but I have 4 of them in raid right now so I can't quite do so as a single drive untill vista gets here as I'm not going to take apart my raid till then.
so all I have to compare is this time is this vs the picture I posted above for a single 7200.10 drive. which on at least this where does the raptor win other then access time?
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What I am missing in this talk is access times, in which the higher speed drives whoop the 7200RPM drives....

Don't disregard this.
    
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http://techreport.com/articles.x/13440/13

HD tach puts it on top almost every time. Then consider price, warranty, and legendary Seagate overall kickassedness, and 7200.11 is made of pure crystallized epic win.
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Honesty lol..... Considering your quad is only at 3.2Ghz, just get 2 or 3 Barracuda's for RAID 0.
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What I am missing in this talk is access times, in which the higher speed drives whoop the 7200RPM drives....

Don't disregard this.
hey I have mentioned that a few times
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