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Old February 26, 2007, 07:25 AM
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Default X-Bit Performance analysis of 400GB Hard Drives in RAID configurations

This might be useful for people trying to weigh the benefits and costs of going RAID, or deciding between raptor type drives and regular drives- some interesting results...

"Today we are going to conduct a detailed study of RAIDability of contemporary 400GB hard drives on a new level. We will take two "professional" drives from Seagate and Western Digital and four ordinary "desktop" drives for our investigation. The detailed performance analysis and some useful hints on building RAID arrays are in our new detailed article."

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