somehow the speedresults dont satisfy me and the following comment makes me laugh.
Theoretical achievements always look amazing. Normal users will hardly be
using RAMdisks or have the latest QuadCore computers. In fact, most
people will hale less perfrorming laptops based on Vista running on a
Centrino DUO or be stuck with PC's in the range of PIII and PIV... like
while he might be right about most users not having highend-computers, he is not right that it is ok to use crap-computers to benchmark highend stuff. what sense does it make to use some ageold-computer to determine the speed of a nas, which has more processor/ram/harddrive power than the benchmarking pc.. you want to know the limits of the nas, not the limits of the benchmarking computer