Ultra Stackables

Test Setup and Notes

A middle to high range PC was used in the testing of the Stackables:

CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 @ 2.75 Ghz
Motherboard: Abit Fatal1ty FP-IN9 SLI
Memory: 2gb G.Skill DDR2 800 5-5-5-15
HDD: OS - 320gb Seagate Barracuda SATA II
Power: Coolermaster iGreen 500w
Cooling: Scythe Infinity
Software Tested
Sisoft Sandra Lite
Hardware Tested
40gb 2mb cache Seagate PATA hard drive
160gb 8mb cache Seagate SATA hard drive
2gb Kingston DataTraveler 2.0 flash drive
1gb Wii SD Card
For the hard drives, I ran both HDTach and Sisoft Sandra on each hard drive both internally and externally. Each test was run three times to insure the up-most accuracy. These were also on done on blank unformatted drives with the main OS being a fresh install of Windows XP Pro SP2. The flash drive and SD card were both tested the same way.
Now let's take a look at the SATA external enclosure on the next page...
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Most Recent Comments

16-01-2008, 11:58:45

Mr. Smith
Woo! Loads of replies!

I think these products are a waste of money!Quote

16-01-2008, 12:09:23

Looks nice but surely those with existing external hdds etc. already have what these try to innovate?

If i had the money and i needed them i may think about it - but its merely stackable accessoriesQuote

16-01-2008, 12:22:30

i think they look sweet tbh

i like stacking things

i always chose stacking hifi componants, over a full system, a seperate cd player, tape, amp etc

i think this is a very innovative idea, even if it is based on an idea from the past...

if they come out in the UK i might consider these..

buy the one at a time as i can aford them lol

good review mike Quote

16-01-2008, 12:34:38

Mr. Smith
lol - ionicle, people generally choose stackable hi-fi's due to superior quality/sound/ability to customise the system!

Fair enough you like these reviewed items but not for me.Quote

16-01-2008, 12:50:18

And to look good

These look cool. Not for me but I can see why people would like them Quote

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