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|29th June 2002, 15:22||#1|
HD Speed results thread
Tx to bosw8er for the idea..
In this thread we take the program HD Speed (direct link here ) from Steelbytes
Open the exe (13 kB), run default test (read)
In the drive combobox, u can choose your driver or partition (partition is just the c: for example, the drive is at the bottom, called \\PHYSICALDRIVEX (X starting at 0)
Here are my results:
Drive 1: IBM Deskstar 40 gb ATA100 7200 rpm: Average of 46 MB/S
Drive 2: Maxtor 40gb ATA100 7200 rpm: Average of 36 MB/S
Drive 3: Old Western Digital 10gb ATA33 5400 rpm: Average of 13 MB/S
Quite interesting to see the IBM disk being faster than the Maxtor..
|29th June 2002, 20:05||#3|
Join Date: May 2002
I don't think it's an accurate benchmark.
The scores for the raid 0 array are almost equal to the backup disk (20 GB - 5400 rpm) .. around 36 to 38000, whereas there is a clear difference in HDtach and Sandra.
|7th July 2002, 18:03||#5|
PII 350 Mhz - 320 Mb SDRAM
Maxtor DiamondMax 60 ATA100 (although it could be that this motherboard only handles up to ATA66): 15.8 Mb/sec
New PC is on it's way, it should be here in 3-5 days .
3 Ghz here i come (and +- 40 Mb/sec too off course ).
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