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Posted on Saturday, April 12 2003 @ 7:40 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck

Seagate Cheetah 15K.3 in RAID
When it comes to hard drive speed, how fast is FAST? ATA133? ATA133 RAID? SATA? Ultra320 SCSI? Just how fast can we go? A while back we reviewed one of the fastest hard drives money can buy, the Cheetah 10K.6 Ultra320 SCSI hard drive. A single SCSI hard drive blew away the competition, even IDE RAID. With smoking benchmarks that blows away the competition, why go any faster right? With overclocking laced adrenalin pumping through my veins, the best is never good enough as there is always something new right around the corner that is bigger, better and faster. The 10K.6 hard drive was, and still is extremely fast, but there are bigger, better and faster drives out there. One such drive is Seagate's own Cheetah 15K.3. Turning at 15,000 RPMs and using the latest Ultra320 SCSI technology, this baby is the cream of the crop right? Nothing stands a chance in beating it dollar for dollar right? No, not unless you have a pair of 15K.3 hard drives running in RAID!!! Check it out as we see just how fast SCSI RAID can go!
Review Link : ClubOC

*Updated* ATI Remote Wonder has updated their review of the popular Remote Wonder with some information requested from our reading population.

Review Link : TweakNews

X-Trac Zoom Mouse Surface Review
Gamers out there are allways looking for a edge to help them win. Somtimes this edge can be very thin. Well the folks at PCXMODS have a ultra thin surface for your mouse. I aquired one of these surfaces and I was impressed in various ways. So thin out your schedule and take a few moments to check out this review. Thin to Win!

Review Link : Furioustech

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Thomas De Maesschalck

Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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