> > :> > IBM DTLA drives are known to rotate fast enough near the spindle
> > :> > that the sustained write speed exceeds the ability of the controller
> > :> > electronics to keep up, and results in crap being written to disk.
> I would adssume it actually the tracks FURTHEREST from the spindle..

Wouldn't the linear speed be faster closer to the spindle at 7200 RPM 
than at the edge?

David W. Chapman Jr.
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