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    typical velociraptor transfer rate?

    just like to know typical velociraptor read/write transfer rate. i got about 105MB/s on read hd tune, don't know this is normal or not

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    I believe it is supposed to be about 98....so you're right there.
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    damn. how fast are the current WD 640gb,either blue or black?
    they seem to be catching up to/if not already caught up to the Raptors
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    The benefit of the Raptors are their quick random access times.

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    The draw back is the quick random access time only helps if your running a server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich'[ard] View Post
    damn. how fast are the current WD 640gb,either blue or black?
    they seem to be catching up to/if not already caught up to the Raptors
    Damn right my 640AALS (WD BLACK) is getting 118mb/s in HD Tune only drawback is the seek time of 11.6ms

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingman99 View Post
    The draw back is the quick random access time only helps if your running a server.
    lol no it doesnt

    a raptors mere presence is enough to make lesser drives get a bad case of shrnk dnk
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    Quote Originally Posted by freeagent View Post
    lol no it doesnt

    a raptors mere presence is enough to make lesser drives get a bad case of shrnk dnk
    Thats what i like to see LOL the raptor legend lives on with no proof.

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    Here's my raptor on an ICH8R, so I think your numbers looks good.

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