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    Cool Can Anyone with Western Digital Raptor Drives, Post your PCMark2002 Scores?

    I want PCmark2002 scores from people with Western Digital Serial ATA 10,000 RPM Raptor drives.
    I don't really care about Atto or Sisoft Sandra pics, cause I don't benchmark with them, just PCmark.
    Raid or no single drives, doesn't matter.
    just wanna see some numbers.



    I plan on selling my 2 IBM Deskstars from my second PC (my game PC) and getting serial stuff.
    these are the Only Serial drives worth looking at in my opinion, thats why I want to see some numbers from them.




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    yeah i was planning on purchasing some raptors as well but didn't see any sizes bigger that 36gb. does anyone know if they sell em any larger than that currenty?
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    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?pcm=1389366

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    Originally posted by FUGGER
    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?pcm=1389366

    ICH5R SATA RAID 0 2x Raptor 10k
    Are you using the 36gb ones?
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    heres my little IBM's.

    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?pcm=1385707

    a very ho hum kinda score, but this is all on air, with a 2.4C and stock cooling, so it's pretty good in that sense.
    but wow, FUGGER your raptors kill my little IBM's.

    AND LOOK at that Memory score, HOLY &^%* 11,900...
    it's nice to see some real scores finally, since I can't get any real scores from PCmark ORB, cause the first 20 pages are all fakes.




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    Originally posted by XtremepH
    Are you using the 36gb ones?
    raptors only come in one size,36.7gb

    two raptors, raid 0 http://service.futuremark.com/compare?pcm=1387328

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    hm i get 1k with a normal 7200 2mb ibm hd... in raid performence doubles right? so id get 2k in raid and score just like those raptors?

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    Ive got a Raptor sitting next to me... Wish I had a comp to hook it up to...
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    it's never really doubling the performance, just adding to it.
    it's more like a 30-40% jump.
    the bigger the HD to less it seems to be a Jump.
    the more stuff on the drive, the more the scores drop.
    my best scores are about 1650, with a complete fresh install of the OS.




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    Originally posted by XtremepH
    yeah i was planning on purchasing some raptors as well but didn't see any sizes bigger that 36gb. does anyone know if they sell em any larger than that currenty?
    as someone already said, they only have raptors in the 36.7GB size. who really needs more than 36GB of space for their OS and apps anyway? a second bigger slower drive should work fine for your MP3s, Divx and whatever else you've got.

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    im still interested in those 18gb ibm scsi drives with 15K rpm and 8mb cache ... theyre actually pretty cheap... and 18gb is fine for windows etc

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    i've got one of those IBM 15k drives, don't waste your money on them. the Raptor is faster.

    check out SR, they've got a nice database with all sorts of ways to filter the results.

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    I cant figure out why my CPU score wont display properly, the tests do run... anyhow, here is the score, you can at least see the HDD score
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    PCMARK = 5123 for non-RAIDed Raptor (EDIT: 5130 is correct score))

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    Welcome to XtremeSystems Ricercar,

    Post a link to the compare please, 5123 must be the CPU score
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    Post a link to the compare please, 5123 must be the CPU score
    Typos aside, that turns out not to be the case. 5130 and 5272 are HD scores for that system.



    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?pcm=1392191



    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?pcm=1392203

    However, something odd is going on, certainly. The HD score result doesn't appear on the ORB server regardless whether the boot volume is IDE (motherboard) or SATA (PCI card).
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    retrospooty did you get that memory score with the timings in your sig of 2x512meg Corsair pc3500 at CAS 2-3-2-7 at 228mhz?

    or was that score done with a higher fsb/better timings?

    cos at 290fsb 5:4 and 2/2/2/5 with my 2x256mb xms3500 i ony got 11217 and this is my every day 24/7 stable speed.

    my WD 80gb SE scores 1100.
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    WD 36GB Raptor on: -

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    Works so much nicer on the Intel Southbridge for some reason, and thats only 1 drive btw
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    has anyone got a pcmark of 2 WD 80gb SE drives to compare how these go against the raptors? cos they are half the price of the raptors and my SE gets 1100, a raptor gets 1300, there aint a huge difference in speed.

    im considering buying another 80gb SE to raid 0 cos im not paying for 2 raptors and already have 1 SE

    the raptors are very overpriced simply because they are sata drives (which dont mean §§§§ since current sata is no faster than current eide cos none of the drives come near to the bandwidth limit and sata is only 17mbps more maximum anyway). if the same drives were eide they would be half that price or less.
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    Ricercar, that is unreal. Very nice performance

    I gotta check out those SIIG SATA RAID cards.
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    Originally posted by Ewok
    retrospooty did you get that memory score with the timings in your sig of 2x512meg Corsair pc3500 at CAS 2-3-2-7 at 228mhz?

    or was that score done with a higher fsb/better timings?

    cos at 290fsb 5:4 and 2/2/2/5 with my 2x256mb xms3500 i ony got 11217 and this is my every day 24/7 stable speed.

    my WD 80gb SE scores 1100.
    Yup, it ran as posted in my sig. That is my everyday speed as well.
    http://service.futuremark.com/compare?pcm=1391727
    Something is goofy with my results though. It reports my CPU as 3340 when it is 3420, and I get no CPU score. THe results for the CPU test say "no OGG encoder".

    MY 3dm2k1 and 2k3 scores linked in my sig do display properly.
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