Fast hard drives are the latest trend in the computer
industry. Many manufacturers such as Seagate and Hitachi are now
releasing enterprise edition drives that are smaller in size.
Although expensive, they get the work done quickly and efficiently
in the enterprise environment. The productivity is increasing
and the size and prices are decreasing.
Today we have the Cheetah 15K.3 SCSI hard drive
from Seagate. The drive is for enterprise environments so it was
tested accordingly in our lab. The results still provide some
in-sight to general enthusiast crowd.
Seagate is a reputable company and have a tendency
to produce champions in the storage arena. The Cheetah 15K.3 claims
to be the lowest cost-per-I/O HDD. With 15K RPM spindle speed
and solid build the performance is promising. Read on and find
out what we think of this wonder from Seagate.