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Old 20th March 2009, 07:19   #1
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Depending on the test, we've not only reached the specified limits of 240 MB/s read speed (250 MB/s is the maximum that SATA can handle) and 160 MB/s write speed - we've surpassed them. The disk doesn't seem to care if it is filled to its rims with data, and in some cases it even improved its performance. Almost regardless of which system you're upgrading from, a disk like this will give you one of those very rare "wow" experiences, that the hardware-industry only rarely offers. To put it simply, the difference is so immensely huge that it is a must to try it, and besides that, there's another huge advantage: no noise! no squeeking or crunching at all!

http://hwt.dk/literaturedetails.aspx?LiteratureID=13120
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Old 20th March 2009, 07:22   #2
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Normal HD Tune write result:


Patriot Warp v3 write result:


Intel X25-M write result:


these 3 pics make me wonder if the hwt.dk tester actually tried what he claimed
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The disk doesn't seem to care if it is filled to its rims with data, and in some cases it even improved its performance.
those write tests with min speed of 0.1mb/s are not encouraging...
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Those HD Tune tests only do sequential writes... its random writes where the numbers for SSDs get interesting.
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agreed, but in this case even the sequential writing is completely screwed up!
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