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How Are My Drives?


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dcloud

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Hi guys. I downloaded a program called HD Tune, but unfortunately I'm unsure what the results mean. I ran these tests on my two SeaGate Barracuda SATA HDs. I'm building a new computer and I'm trying to decide if these drives are still good enough to go into the new build.

This drive has my OS on it:

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This drive is blank:

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I appreciate anyone who can tell me what these results mean. Thanks.
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Troy

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Those are some pretty good results :) You got some good hard drives there.

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Thanks, troy :) So is there a place online I could go that would help me understand what the results mean, like the transfer rates and access time?
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I'm pretty sure Speedfan gives you the option of an in-depth, online analysis.
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