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Old January 17th 05, 07:23 PM
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Default Advice Please: How To Determine Max. Data Rates

Can anyone tell me how to test a harddrive/SCSI adaptor combination for
max. data rates? The hardware I want to test is as follows: 18.21g
Seagate (ST118202LC), 36.4g Fujitsu(MAF3364LC), 73.4G
Seagate(ST173404LCV), and all with an Adaptec AHA-2940U2W SCSI adaptor.
Thanks a lot.

Darren Harris
Staten Island, New York.

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Old January 20th 05, 12:39 AM
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Gee Dirwin, nobody wants to play with you anymore? Bummer!

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Can anyone tell me how to test a harddrive/SCSI adaptor combination for
max. data rates? The hardware I want to test is as follows: 18.21g
Seagate (ST118202LC), 36.4g Fujitsu(MAF3364LC), 73.4G
Seagate(ST173404LCV), and all with an Adaptec AHA-2940U2W SCSI adaptor.
Thanks a lot.

Darren Harris
Staten Island, New York.

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Old January 20th 05, 05:47 PM
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Gee ****ert, you're being an asshole as usual.

Folkert Rienstra wrote:
Gee Dirwin, nobody wants to play with you anymore? Bummer!

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Can anyone tell me how to test a harddrive/SCSI adaptor combination

for
max. data rates? The hardware I want to test is as follows: 18.21g
Seagate (ST118202LC), 36.4g Fujitsu(MAF3364LC), 73.4G
Seagate(ST173404LCV), and all with an Adaptec AHA-2940U2W SCSI

adaptor.
Thanks a lot.

Darren Harris
Staten Island, New York.


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Old January 20th 05, 11:42 PM
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Can anyone tell me how to test a harddrive/SCSI adaptor combination for
max. data rates? The hardware I want to test is as follows: 18.21g
Seagate (ST118202LC), 36.4g Fujitsu(MAF3364LC), 73.4G
Seagate(ST173404LCV), and all with an Adaptec AHA-2940U2W SCSI adaptor.


You can use the Windoze Performance Monitor or a 3rd party benchmark software
like SiSoft Sandra.



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Old January 21st 05, 02:58 AM
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John Weiss at dot wrote:
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Can anyone tell me how to test a harddrive/SCSI adaptor combination

for
max. data rates? The hardware I want to test is as follows: 18.21g
Seagate (ST118202LC), 36.4g Fujitsu(MAF3364LC), 73.4G
Seagate(ST173404LCV), and all with an Adaptec AHA-2940U2W SCSI

adaptor.

You can use the Windoze Performance Monitor or a 3rd party benchmark

software
like SiSoft Sandra.


Thanks a lot.
I'll look those up.

Darren Harris
Staten Island, New York.

 




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