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Tuesday, January 22, 2002
40GB Roundup Vol.1

3. WinBench 99 Tests

40GB Roundup Vol 1 - Page 3

WinBench 99 Test Results

Under WinBench 99 v0.2, each drive has a different behaviour.

At the Business WinMark99 test, the Maxtor 740DX drive gets the first place with big difference. The drive scores 9500, while the second best score come from Western Digital with the WD400BB model. The Fujitsu comes third and IBM 60GXP - Seagate Barracuda ATAIII drives last. Slight different behaviour showed at the "High-End: mark. The Western Digital drive gets the first place, Maxtor the second, the IBM third and the FujiTsu/Seagate Barracuda ATAIII the last 2 places.

Transfer Rate Tests

The faster drives under WinBench 99 v0.2 test are the Seagate Barracuda ATAIII and Maxtor 740DX drives. The Maxtor drive reads at the 41700Kb/s, which is the highest value, but ends lower than the Seagate (25300), which has the second best performance. The IBM 60GXP also start high enough but ends quite lower, at 21100Kb/s. The Fujitsu drive comes third starting at 38600Kb/s, ending at 26000Kb/s and the Western Digital WD400BB comes last:

You can view the density graphs for each drive (Maxtor, FujiTsu, IBM, WD, Seagate)




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