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Additional cache is one of the DiamondMax 10’s more notable features, but it’s limited to the largest drives.
Merry Christmas from The Tech Report staff! Although it’s nice to see bare drives getting a little extra warranty love, three years isn’t all that special.
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Available in capacities up to GB, the DiamondMax 10 comes equipped with as much as 16MB of cache and the promise of improved performance. Maximum external transfer rate. You’ll need a Serial ATA power connector for this one. One year Retail Three years Bare drives.
Command queuing can improve performance in multi-user environments and with randomized access patterns, but it doesn’t do much for streaming transfers. The DiamondMax 10 does manage to pack an additional 20GB or storage per platter, though.
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Perhaps Maxtor is only serving up extra warranty coverage for bare drives because it knows that those who buy bare drives are conditioned to expect better warranty coverage.
The drive’s seek time and rotational latency are a little faster than the Plus 9, but not by much. The DiamondMax 10 from above It’s nice of Krogoth to fill in for Chuckula over the holidays.
The specs Before we tackle the DiamondMax 10’s performance, let’s see how the drive’s specs compare to its predecessor, the DiamondMax Plus 9. Read on to see how command queuing affects the DiamondMax 10’s performance and how the DiamondMax 10 stacks up against the competition.
Maxtor’s DiamondMax 10 hard drive – The Tech Report – Page 1
It seems counter-intuitive that the retail drive kits would get less warranty coverage than bare drive equivalents, but there’s no reason for enthusiasts to buy more expensive retail kits, so I can’t complain. That’s not the sexiest sales pitch, but for PC enthusiasts, NCQ’s potential performance benefits are certainly tantalizing. Seagate covers all its desktop hard drives with a five-year warranty, which equals the design life of the DiamondMax Units sold as bare drives are covered by a three-year warranty, but those sold in retail packaging only get a one-year pact.