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|12th May 2010, 08:34||#1|
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High End Storage Comparison: Quad-Velociraptors versus Dual-SSDs
As it turns out, both configurations performed very well under these criteria and there is little doubt that the Areca 1230 card is responsible for some of that leveling between the SSDs and traditional hard drives. The raw performance edge still obviously goes to the pair of SiliconEdge SSDs though I was impressed at how close the Velociraptors were able to get. Obviously if you are worried about capacity and price more than the top speed result here, I think the Western Digital Velociraptors are easily the best pick.
However, for our specific application use, it turns out the lower access times the SSDs provide outweigh the benefits of the capacity boost.
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