While any half-ass knows a half-heigh drive is 1.6" high and not 1.5".It bears mentioning that the drive is 1 inch in height, which has been standard for many years now. Particularly in the high-end section, there are still some drives that require 1.5" drive bays and thus require two conventional drive bays.
I only saw access times, not seek times (this page) and they aren't that different from those at SR. The access times measured at TH for the MAM are similar to the read access times at SR and most others are slightly lower (WD1200JB/Bar. ATA IV) or slightly higher (MAN). This isn't the biggest flaw of the review IMO.SYROB said:Also look at the measured seek times !!! Do these guys read what they write ???
Funny you should say that at this particular moment, Syrob.SYROB said:They had everythig backwards as far as time goes
It won't be the last, and unfortunately, it by no means corrects other lingering errors. <cough> van <cough, cough>Tannin said:Hmm ... wouldn't be the first time Tom's has .... er ... "corrected" a "mistake".
Please don't post a BMP on this forum, it's too huge. Change it to a gif or png, but not a bmp. People on dial-up will hate you.SYROB said:I tried to post the BMP I captured but do not know how to post a bitmap
Ahh women! I suppose you also buy cars because of their color?Tea said:Essentially a whisper-quiet X15. I'm a little tempted. And the pictures are nice. I always like it when a drive manufacturer makes a fast drive look fast.
Bloody Victorians. Just wait until July, then we'll see who's got absoluetly (sic) brilliant weather.Tannin said:It has been a weird Oz summer this year: didn't start till Febuary, was over before March. An absoluetly brilliant autumn though.
No.Pradeep said:Wasn't VESA just a poor mans EISA?