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Monday, February 25, 2002
Western Digital WD1200JB

2. Seek Times Test

WD1200JB 120GB - Page 2

Seek Times Test

As the test results show, Western Digital WD1200JB has an access time of 13.88ms while reading and 12.88ms while writing. The drive produced outliers at both reading/writing service times, 13/2343 respectively.

The Intel's IPEAK on-line help explains what outliers mean "...A well behaved storage subsystems should have any outliers in the service time distribution and the distribution should be narrow. Outliers in the distribution make the storage subsystem unsuitable for real-time applications, such as multi-media, where variations in service time are detrimental..."




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