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    Question What is sequential read/write? and the fastest HDD in BD?

    Guys please give me some idea about read/write speed. In many website it is written beside read/write speed. Here is a sample
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    Also give me a list of fastest 500GB internal HDD which are available in Bangladesh.
    Last edited by pcgamer; January 21st, 2011 at 13:07.

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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? Can anybody refer me the fastest internal HDD which is available in in Bangladesh

    I found a very fast 128GB USB 3 flash drive. Check this out:
    http://www.supertalent.com/products/...ve%20USB%203.0

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    But don't forget to give me a list of fastest 500GB internal HDD which are available in Bangladesh.
    Last edited by pcgamer; January 21st, 2011 at 13:31.

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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? Can anybody refer me the fastest internal HDD which is available in in Bangladesh

    sequential means the data is stored contiguously. Think like the data is stored in a line and it is read/written dat way.

    Random is the opposite.

    Fastest available 500gb is i guess Samsung & western digital cavier.

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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? Can anybody refer me the fastest internal HDD which is available in in Bangladesh

    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    Buy western digital velocireptor(10k rpm) or seggate one(15k),i saw in 4th floor in idb
    @Mohiuddin What about the price, any idea?
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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? Can anybody refer me the fastest internal HDD which is available in in Bangladesh

    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    Buy western digital velocireptor(10k rpm) or seggate one(15k),i saw in 4th floor in idb
    oto beshi speed difference nai in 10,000 rpm ...... er cheye baire theke SSD ana better.

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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? Can anybody refer me the fastest internal HDD which is available in in Bangladesh

    Please don't try to include your full post in the thread title.

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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? and the fastest HDD in BD?

    Samsung F3 are better than WD Caviar Black
    Last edited by SadmanBD; January 21st, 2011 at 17:33.

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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? and the fastest HDD in BD?

    Quote Originally Posted by SadmanBD View Post
    Samsung F3 are better than WD Caviar Black
    iiiiiii dont think so

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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? and the fastest HDD in BD?

    WD Caviar Black is available in BD . Computer Source has it .WD CB is better than F3 in some case . for a budget pc F3 is recomended . if u want to spend some extra cash then go for the WD CB as it has
    Dual processor technology, up to 64 MB cache and SATA 3 Gb/s or 6 Gb/s interface.

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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? and the fastest HDD in BD?

    Quote Originally Posted by error View Post
    iiiiiii dont think so
    check some review.

    ---------- Post added at 16:35 ---------- Previous post was at 16:32 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Diego Maradona View Post
    WD Caviar Black is available in BD . Computer Source has it .WD CB is better than F3 in some case . for a budget pc F3 is recomended . if u want to spend some extra cash then go for the WD CB as it has
    Dual processor technology, up to 64 MB cache and SATA 3 Gb/s or 6 Gb/s interface.
    The one that has 64 MB cache and supports SATA 6 GB/s is better than F3. But I was talking about 32 MB cache and SATA 3GB/s.

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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? and the fastest HDD in BD?

    Quote Originally Posted by SadmanBD View Post
    check some review.

    ---------- Post added at 16:35 ---------- Previous post was at 16:32 ----------



    The one that has 64 MB cache and supports SATA 6 GB/s is better than F3. But I was talking about 32 MB cache and SATA 3GB/s.
    Caviar Black is better than an F3 in most cases :/

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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? and the fastest HDD in BD?

    oto difference nai ..... not worth the price ...... motor hard disks r slow ....... no way to avoid the slowless ......... er cheye jetate BDT per 1 GB kom, oita kina uchit .....

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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? and the fastest HDD in BD?

    According to Computer Source, the Caviar Green(3 Gb/s, 64 MB Cache) costs 5k and the Caviar Black(3 Gb/s, 32 MB Cache) and costs 7.1k The Caviar Black they are selling is the 6 Gb/s, 64mb Cache version which they don't know themselves Or they know it but they are pricing the 3 Gb/s and 6 Gb/s in the same range

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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? and the fastest HDD in BD?

    Quote Originally Posted by error View Post
    According to Computer Source, the Caviar Green(3 Gb/s, 64 MB Cache) costs 5k and the Caviar Black(3 Gb/s, 32 MB Cache) and costs 7.1k The Caviar Black they are selling is the 6 Gb/s, 64mb Cache version which they don't know themselves Or they know it but they are pricing the 3 Gb/s and 6 Gb/s in the same range

    WD Caviar Green is not a very good HDD. Its just eco friendly, power saving and quiet. Its not for high performance. If Computer Source is selling WD Caviar Black 6GB/s then anyone should buy this at 7,000tk by closing his eyes.

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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? and the fastest HDD in BD?

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    WD Caviar Green is not a very good HDD. Its just eco friendly, power saving and quiet. Its not for high performance. If Computer Source is selling WD Caviar Black 6GB/s then anyone should buy this at 7,000tk by closing his eyes.
    Akta HDD kinlei hoy -__- SSD chara all are quite the same So ato differentiate korar maneh hoy na i think

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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? Can anybody refer me the fastest internal HDD which is available in in Bangladesh

    Quote Originally Posted by aayman_farzand View Post
    Please don't try to include your full post in the thread title.
    Point taken.

    ---------- Post added at 17:31 ---------- Previous post was at 17:26 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by error View Post
    Akta HDD kinlei hoy -__- SSD chara all are quite the same So ato differentiate korar maneh hoy na i think
    Still, it is important but can anyone tell me about the price of western digital velocireptor (which is found in BD according to Mohiuddin) and its capacity? About WD Caviar Black, does it shows performance difference in reviews? I can't afford to buy a 128GB SSD.

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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? and the fastest HDD in BD?

    WD Caviar Black is 2 platter whether Samsung F3 is 1 platter. So Samsung is better. But if you can get WD Caviar Black 6GB/s 64mb cache version than buy that. Computer Source have the 3GB/s 32mb version and it is not better than the Samsung F3.

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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? and the fastest HDD in BD?

    Quote Originally Posted by SadmanBD View Post
    WD Caviar Black is 2 platter whether Samsung F3 is 1 platter. So Samsung is better. But if you can get WD Caviar Black 6GB/s 64mb cache version than buy that. Computer Source have the 3GB/s 32mb version and it is not better than the Samsung F3.
    Yes Computer Source give the Model number: WD1001FALS which is 3GB/s 32mb version. @error where I can find 6GB/s 64mb version?

    Check this review. Samsung F3 beats WD Caviar Black 6GB/s 64mb version. SAMSUNG HD103SJ> WDC WD1002FAEX

    http://www.harddrivebenchmark.net/hd...AMSUNG+HD103SJ
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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? and the fastest HDD in BD?

    I have seen a review of Samsung Spinpoint F3. In some tests the F3 outperforms WD VelociRaptor 10,000rpm HDD. And in most of the tests the F3 beats WD Caviar Black. WD Caviar Green and Samsung EcoGreen stays in low catagory of every tests always. Speaking of SSD's, SSD is the best you can get as a data storage media.

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    Default Re: What is sequential read/write? Can anybody refer me the fastest internal HDD which is available in in Bangladesh

    Quote Originally Posted by pcgamer View Post
    Point taken.

    ---------- Post added at 17:31 ---------- Previous post was at 17:26 ----------



    Still, it is important but can anyone tell me about the price of western digital velocireptor (which is found in BD according to Mohiuddin) and its capacity? About WD Caviar Black, does it shows performance difference in reviews? I can't afford to buy a 128GB SSD.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822136296

    150GB costs $109 in USA. It will cost at least 1.5x in BD .......

    arektu beshi diye baire aita pawa jabe ......

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820233124

    and 3Gbps vs 6Gbps does not matter in normal hdd ........ read speed max around 110 to 120MBps thake ....... whereas SATA 2 can carry a max of 300MBps data .......

    ---------- Post added at 18:26 ---------- Previous post was at 18:25 ----------

    baire shobai c drive er jonno akta SSD kine and for the rest, akta normal hdd kine ....... so a 40GB SSD is more than enough for C Drive ........

    ---------- Post added at 18:29 ---------- Previous post was at 18:26 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by SadmanBD View Post
    I have seen a review of Samsung Spinpoint F3. In some tests the F3 outperforms WD VelociRaptor 10,000rpm HDD. And in most of the tests the F3 beats WD Caviar Black. WD Caviar Green and Samsung EcoGreen stays in low catagory of every tests always. Speaking of SSD's, SSD is the best you can get as a data storage media.
    F3 is actually very good hard disk. Not sure whether it beats 10,000 rpm hdd but it is similar in performance to WD Cavier Black 7200 rpm ......

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