Seagate Savvio 10K.1
Posted 08 November 2004 - 09:35 AM
Seagate Savvio 10K.1 Review
Posted 08 November 2004 - 11:41 PM
Should say "...Savvio's actuator must travel, rather than from the actuator sporting more power."
It is important to note again that the lower seek time predominately arises from the smaller distances that the Savvio's actuator must travel rather than from a the actuator sporting more power.
Missing space and extra T.
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Remarkable should be remarkably.
Subjective impressions concur- this is a remarkable silent drive when idle.
Should say, "In fact, as StorageReview..."
In fact, StorageReview will soon demonstrate, today's 5400 RPM notebook drives, sharing the same form factor as the Savvio, give the drive a run for its money.
Thanks for the article. It was an interesting read, even though I'm not looking for drives.
Posted 08 November 2004 - 11:53 PM
Posted 09 November 2004 - 11:10 AM
Posted 09 November 2004 - 11:41 AM
More space on few U's == $$$
Posted 09 November 2004 - 01:03 PM
Posted 09 November 2004 - 03:49 PM
Er, I think the review answers that question adequately.
Will the unit actually selll in the retail market!!!...
Posted 09 November 2004 - 07:57 PM
October is also being spelled as Oktober when the Forum records the last reply.
Posted 26 January 2005 - 03:14 AM
Is there any chance that you will do a comparison between the performance of the Savvio and the performance of short-stroked competitive drives? Otherwise, this statement is a bald assertion left begging for evidence to support it.
It is important to note again that the lower seek time predominately arises from the smaller distances that the Savvio's actuator must travel rather than from the actuator sporting more power. The other 10,000 RPM designs listed above would approach or even beat the Savvio's score were they short-stroked down to 73 gigs. They would, however, remain just as bulky as always, relatively speaking.
Other than this point, I thought the article was up to your usual standards of thoroughness and integrity.
Posted 02 February 2005 - 04:38 PM
"... Finally, the Seagate Savvio 10K.1 leverages a smaller form factor to easily turn in the best random access performance of any 10K RPM hard drive"
I'm not sure I see this in the random IO numbers. Savvio seems to be significantly trailing Maxtor and Fujitsu except on Q1 where it's on par.
Savvio did better than 10K.7 but that's not saying much.
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