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Tuesday, March 29, 2005
Freecom FHD2 Pro

3. WinBench 99 Tests

Freecom FHD-2 Pro - Page 3

WinBench 99 Tests

We did a series of tests, using WinBench99.

Although the drive cannot compete against other hard drives with similar capacities, it should be noted that the Toshiba disk used by Freecom is a 4200rpm drive. For such a drive, transfer rate tests reported very good rates.

Average values were reported as well at this WinBench99 test. However, speed performance is not the point here. Mobility and ease of use are more important with such a drive.

WinBench can simulate the use of certain applications with this hard disk. However, most users will not use this hard drive as their primary hard disk but as a back up storage device. Again, most applications reported average performance.

The "Data Density" graph gives more information about the drive's performance throughout the entire disk's capacity.

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