Performance per Watt: Workstation
When we compare workstation-type I/O performance and power consumption, WD’s new Caviar Black does an amazing job. Although it requires more power at this workload than many other 7,200 RPM drives, it still provides the best performance per watt ratio thanks to its high level of I/O performance.
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