STLab 3.5" Hard Disk Drive Enclosure: Now with SATA Interface. Page 6
[07/08/2005 07:36 AM | Storage]
by Andrey Kuznetcov
Today we would like to proceed with our tests of external hard disk drive enclosures from STLab. This time we will look at the advantage of the Serial ATA interface compared with the USB 2.0. You may guess that SATA is better, but I don’t think you know how much better it can be. Check out our review for more performance details!
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Now it’s high time we paid some attention to the NTFS file system. The file creation (writing) doesn’t reveal any new leaders. Again the S-121 enclosure solution looks much more preferable.
The file read speed diagram doesn’t reveal anything new. As always the S-121 enclosure ensures the best results in all five patterns.
The same is true for file copy near test. As we have expected, S-121 solution is much more efficient than its opponents. The hard disk drive installed in this enclosure provides much faster file copying in all five patterns.
The last diagram shows the results during file copying from one partition to another. The outcome was actually quite predictable: S-121 proved the winner.
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