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Re: RAID Sizes (was Re: Why do people in the UK put a u in the word color?)



On Monday, May 08, 2006 6:47 PM GMT,
Daniel B. <REMOVEdanielTHIS@fgm.com> wrote:

Willie Wonka wrote:
...

IOW - Is this how one would correctly display these rates ?
1500mbps = 1.5gbps = 187.5mBps = 1.875gBps ?

I think you mean 1500Mbps = 1.5Gbps = 187.5MBps = 1.875GBps


AFAIK, SATA uses a start and stop bit for each byte, so the 1.5Gbps are
still 150MB/sec, which explains the 120MB/sec people usually get from the
interface at the common ~80% efficency for ATA interfaces.

BTW, 187.5MB/sec = 0.1875GB/sec (0.1831 to be exact) not 1.875GB/sec which
is 1875MB/sec.


Regards,
IraqiGeek
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