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Voyager GT 4gig - Lower speed?


MeLLoJeLLo

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Hello there RamGuy. :)

 

I was wondering. Here is the ATTO Disk test of my Voyager GT 4gig drive.

 

http://img174.imageshack.us/img174/6742/lowerspeedom4.gif

 

If you see I'm topping and maintaning lower speed :!: from 64k up to 1024k. I ran the test a couple of time, Is that normal? :confused: I use a PCI USB 2.0 card with an Athlon 1.2gig, 512meg ram.

 

And sometimes the flash card is not detected properly, I have to plug and unplug the drive 3 to 4 times to make it work, on occasion. Other flash drive work flawlessly over and over again (old King's Traveller II 256meg and a new King's Traveller 4gig)

 

Thank you!

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And another test on another machine... It's a PentiumD 2.8gig 1gig of ram, onboard USB2.0 support

 

http://img255.imageshack.us/img255/751/corsairjobbr5.gif

 

A bit faster but still, the speed is nowhere fast and is peaking soon

 

Hope this help in some way to figure it out.... thank you!

 

MeLLoJeLLo

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Please test the system with HD Bench and let me know the results.

 

 

There you go:

 

[color="YellowGreen"] š š š  HDBENCH Ver 3.40 beta 6 (C)EP82‰ü/‚©‚¸ š š š 
M/B Name      
Processor   AMD Athlon 1210.78MHz[AuthenticAMD family 6 model 4 step 2]
Cache       L1_D:[64K]  L1_I:[64K]  L2:[256K]
Name String AMD Athlon(tm) Processor  
VideoCard   NVIDIA GeForce4 MX 440 with AGP8X (Microsoft Corporation)  
Resolution  1280x1024 (32Bit color)  
Memory      523,740 KByte  
OS           5.1 (Build: 2600) Service Pack 2  
Date        2007/05/10  20:33  

VIA Bus Master IDE Controller
Primary IDE Channel
 LITE-ON DVDRW SOHW-1693S
 PIONEER DVD-ROM DVD-116

VIA Bus Master IDE Controller
Secondary IDE Channel
 IOMEGA ZIP 100

Promise Technology Inc. Ultra IDE Controller
 WDC WD1200JB-00DUA3     75.1
 Maxtor 6Y080P0          YAR4

  ALL  Integer   Float  MemoryR MemoryW MemoryRW  DirectDraw
 7605        0       0        0       0        0           0

Rectangle   Text Ellipse  BitBlt    Read   Write   RRead  RWrite  Drive
       0      0       0       0   20007   13056   15014   12763  H:\100MB

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And when I finished the test, the E: drive where the Voyager GT 4gig disapeared. I had to re-insert it to make it visible again.:sigh!:

 

Thank you for your support!

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