Thanos Kyritsis píše v st 01. 12. 2004 v 18:31 +0200: > On Wednesday 01 December 2004 17:49, Markus Plail wrote: > > That's because tests showed that the Plextor drives are the only ones > > giving significant results, that correlate with the results given by > > really professional equipment. Instead of using the LiteOn drives you > > can also use a random number generator ;-) > > Are you talking about personal tests or tests made by some "formal" > resource like Anandtech for example ?? > > If it is the second case, could I have the URLs please ?? :) > If it is the first case, could you please post some > graphs/plots/results ?? According to articles on rather good webmag cdr.cz (sorry, czech only) Lite-ON units are inconsistent in PI/PO results. They tested a lot of units and found out that some of them (say, 50%) return accurate results, and some of them (say, remaining 50%) return absolutely bogus values. No idea if Plextor units always return accurate results, but results from tested Plextor units match results from the first half of Lite-ON units. Does not look like accident. -- Pav Lucistnik <firstname.lastname@example.org> <pav@FreeBSD.org> The final screw holding up a rackmount server is always possessed by demons.
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