Riva Extreme heeft een review gepost van de 10.000rpm Quantum Atlas 10K Ultra160/m SCSI drive:
But, I still believe if you want to make the MOST out of system performance (especially in day-to-day windows tasks and the like), and you are willing to spend some cash, a 10,000 rpm SCSI drive is the way to go. The Quantum Atlas 10k is certainly the best of the bunch right now. With a sustained transfer rate of 18-26MB/sec, and an extremely low access time and CPU overhead, the Quantum Atlas 10k is a great example of what high-end drives should be and what is good to look for. If you don't decide to go with an Atlas 10k, here are things you should look for. Check all of these out at the always badass Storage Review.
- Interface (is it compatible with your current/expected configuration?)
- Spindle speed (this will usually have the biggest effect on everything else)
- Sustained transfer rate (this is a more accurate depiction of what your real-world usage will be like)
- Random access time (how long to load up that mp3?)