Long has the Samsung Spinpoint F1 can wait so soon declared for June this year you had to wait until November to buy the new potential performance miracles whether the new hard drive compared to its competitors by at least 33 larger platters.
Samsung went with a bang talked about, a hard drive series with up to 334 gigabytes of platters which are the magnetic disks within the disk on which data is stored has been announced for July of that year. The new top model of the Spinpoint F1 series as a whole should take a terabyte of data and consequently contain three of these huge platters, the record held until then Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 with the announcement of his series, which was to use 250 GB platters.
The attendant, sealing means higher data transfer rates in theory, higher and lower power consumption and lower operating noise, now the hard drives are there and waits eagerly awaiting the results. As usual, Samsung warrants its repels a voluntary warranty of 3 years from the date of buy or still a gesture of goodwill from the date of manufacture.
When h2benchw beats the Samsung Spinpoint F1 like a bomb: 10 MB / s on average faster than the Seagate Barracuda 7200.11, and even 27 MB / s as the Western Digital Caviar GP. At the maximum, even 17 or 38 Mbytes / s But we wait for the actual results from the file copy test, as well as the hard drives from Seagate provide on a regular basis in the theory-oriented H2BENCH new records, while they are in real use Windows but in the cold.
The access time of the Spinpoint F1 is compared with the rest of the test area well, only the Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000 is better by about a millisecond, lower traffic signs are generally a trademark of Hitachi hard drives.