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Internet Security Threat Report 2014

HDTach 3.0.1.0 Results
Random Access Time

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Time in Milliseconds (ms)
Shorter bars are better

Average Speeds

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Data-transfer speeds in Megabytes per Second (MB/s)
Longer bars are better

2GB File Transfer Results
Copy Data on Drive

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Data-transfer times in Seconds
Shorter bars are better

CrystalDiskMark 2.2 Results

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Data Rates in Megabytes per Second (MB/s)
Higher points are better

Remote control for virtualized desktops

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