500GB HDD Shootout: Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 and Others!. Page 9
[10/31/2006 02:57 PM | Storage]
by Alexey Volkov , Nikita Nikolaichev
In our today’s roundup we will not only talk about the new generation of Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 HDDs (750GB and 500GB models), but will also introduce to you another 12 solutions with 500GB storage capacity from Seagate, Maxtor, Western Digital and Hitachi. Read our roundup for the extensive performance analysis!
Maxtor MaXLine Pro 500 500GB (7H500F0)
This series was positioned as disks for entry-level servers and for workstations and thus was directly opposed to Seagate’s NL.2 series. The main feature of the DiamondMax 11 series is the two times higher MTBF, 1 million hours.
Maxtor MaXLine Pro 500 500GB (7H500R0)
It may look strange that the MaXLine Pro series contains a PATA-interfaced model, but we said above that Maxtor didn’t slow down its PATA drives whereas the owner of a storage system shouldn’t care at all which exactly drives from Maxtor he uses.
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