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HyperOs HyperDrive III - Technical Details

These are the IOMETER test results on the pre-production HIII boards and the same results for a SATA drive (MAXTOR DIAMONDMAX PLUS9, fluid dynamic bearing motors, 6Y120M0, 120GB, 7200 rpm, 8 MB cache) for comparison.

The HIII on the Motherboard (ASUS P800 3GHz P4) IDE controller managed an IOPS of 16,010 and an Average Seek Time of 124 microseconds or 0.124 milliseconds and a Sustained Data Transfer Rate of 90 MB per second.

The SATA drive on the Motherboard SATA controller managed an IOPS of 222.35 and an Average Seek Time of 9,000 microseconds or 9 milliseconds and a sustained Data Transfer Rate of 55 MB per second.

Below are the IOMETER graphic results...

The striking thing about these results is that whereas the IOPS (Inputs and Outputs per second) go down as sustained transfer rate goes down with a HDD. The HIII IOPS go up enormously as sustained transfer rate goes down! The HIII absolutely kills a HDD in Webserver (5121 vs 92.93 IOPS) Fileserver (6303 vs 92.20 IOPS) and Online Transaction Processing (OLTP), (16010 vs 98.48 IOPS) where IOPS is King.

Incidentally the IOPS on the Promise TX2 controller, rather than on the motherboard IDE controller, for the HIII is 21,000 for the OLTP IOMETER model.

HIII SUSTAINED TRANSFER RATE

HIII SUSTAINED TRANSFER RATE

SATA SUSTAINED TRANSFER RATE

SATA SUSTAINED TRANSFER RATE

HIII ONLINE 2K CLUSTER TRANSACTION PROCESSING

HIII ONLINE 2K CLUSTER TRANSACTION PROCESSING

SATA 2K CLUSTER ONLINE TRANSACTION PROCESSING

SATA 2K CLUSTER ONLINE TRANSACTION PROCESSING

HIII WEBSERVER

HIII WEBSERVER

SATA WEBSERVER

SATA WEBSERVER

HIII FILESERVER

HIII FILESERVER

SATA FILESERVER

SATA FILESERVER
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