In the WinBench and HDTach the Fujitsu's drive marginally outscores the Seagate's solution (within the inaccuracy of the measurement in some tests). In the synthetic tests of IOMeter the drives behave equally before the queue length equal to 32, then the Seagate Cheetah shows pretty strange results. But in spite of such a drop at queue = 64, this model outdoes the Fujitsu at the queues longer than 64, as well as in the random writing. But the driver for Adaptec 39320Dnext adapter was recently updated (ver. 220.127.116.11), and next time we will examine behavior of the tandem of Seagate Cheetah 10K.6 - Adaptec 39320D for different driver versions. That is why before the tests the final verdict for these drives won't be announced.
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