Re: Sata3 HDD Performance
the sata3 models usually have double the cache, which is very nice to have from time to time. Don't know if that's what causes the difference for you, else a normal sata3 hdd shouldn't really perform better then any sata2 (marginal at best, as also seen on your test) .. atleast as far as I know.
will try to bench my disks one of the days, see if its the same thing
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