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Data Transfer Rates

Understanding Hard Drive Performance

With the results so close, it is impossible to make a simple statement: there are differences between Serial ATA and UltraATA, but they are not significant. However, you might notice that SATA drives based on a high yield of the available per-platter capacity tend to provide faster overall transfer rates.

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    t30ne , March 24, 2010 2:51 PM
    why only comparing seagate? what about WD?
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    darkfall13 , March 31, 2010 7:15 AM
    They were comparing the minute differences or in this case indifferences within a range of nearly identical hard drives. Branding really didn't matter except to just have them all the same...