Born to RAID
Subject: Storage | July 6, 2006 - 12:18 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Western Digital Caviar RAID Edition is up for review at TweakTown. It comes in various sizes between 100-500 Gb, has a 8.7ms seek time, and is designed to be run in RAID 0. Find out if it gets a benefit, and if running it as a single drive might not be a good idea.
"Western Digital has recently introduced a new hard disk drive to the market. It's dubbed the Caviar
RAID Edition or RE2 for short. It is tweaked and designed to offer the best performance when setup in
a RAID configuration environment. We'll take a quick look at the drive and then see how it performs
against one of Seagate's latest hard drives in RAID and non-RAID testing."
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