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Saturday, June 12, 1999
Storage Review rewiewed Quantum Atlas IV


"..The Enterprise WDE18300, considering its status as "first to the market," enjoyed quite an extended reign. With its ATA-like areal density, the Quantum manages to muscle its way to the top. It even features Ultra160/m SCSI, a forward-looking interface, although it is hard to imagine Ultra2 SCSI's 80 MB/sec limit being a factor even in most multi-drive systems. Even so, the Atlas IV combines best-of-class performance with more than acceptable heat and noise levels to take its place as StorageReview.com's 7200rpm SCSI recommendation.."



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