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Seagate Backup Plus Slim External USB 3.0 2TB Hard Drive Review

Hard Drive Performance Comparison Guide - PCstats.com Hard Drive Performance Comparison Guide
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"WinBench 99 2.0 has proven that it can still serve as a consistent and reliable hard drive benchmark even in Windows Vista. It has given us a lot of interesting data. If the Business and High-End simulations were not good enough, the raw transfer rate results were certainly most useful. From the transfer rate results, you can see which hard drive has a higher transfer rate, and how areal density affects that performance metric. It also shot down the perception that a newer model is always faster."
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