SATA 6Gbps hard drive Hitachi DeskStar 7K3000 review

Hitachi Deskstar 7K3000 hard drive is an internal access to the rarefied space stations, which offer three terabytes (3 TB) of storage capacity. Other characters in this mode are Seagate and Western Digital.
Although it weighs a bit 'heavier, it seems that all the money in another procedure for the implementation of all Hitachi tones down the color of the metal cover. This is a standard desktop HDD, which form factor 3.5-inch SATA 6Gbps. He turns around 7200 rpm and has 64 buffer.

6.8W idle power claimed. In use under normal circumstances, it was barely audible, like any other disk drive. While testing and intensive use has resulted in less audible than Seagate Barracuda XT 3TB. The heat was in ample supply, given that it has a range of dishes, but again, the race is cooler than Seagate 3TB drive.
Real-file read / write speed of 118.8 Mbps in a single large file (6.42 GB), but fell to 86.1 Mbps to be expected when you copy a series of small files (1287 files for a total up to 2.33 GB). Transferring files from the first partition is the second position was the same at a speed of 43.4 Mbps read and write access times to an average of 6.06ms and 15.8ms respectively.

We measured an average read speed of a synthetic 147.3 Mbit / s and write speed of 132.9.

 Mbps throughput screening and access to the above times, both of the above 3 GB HDD Seagate a small margin, so this Hitachi drive is a good performer. Buffered read speed is not more than 249.5 MB / sec and the use of the bandwidth available for SATA 6Gb / s - so I'd say this is yet another hard drive with SATA 6Gbps.

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