Check your spark plug wires, you could have an ark (arch) not sure on spelling. At low rpms, you have less voltage going through wires, which means.. when you push more power, it will have a stronger connection. If that isn't the case, check your fuel pump or filter. Also, to help answer your question, tell the world if it happens when it's cold, or hot, or all the time. -Eddie
Currently the fastest speeds are 10000 rpm for most available Hard drives. This only generally indicates that a HDD is superior, although you'd not pick a 5400 rpm drive because it would be slow.
In a raid? Yes. By mashing them together to create a 12600 rpm drive? No.
It will cause the engine to run at a much higher RPM thus burning more fuel. If you are forced to drive like this, I would not exceed 50 mph.
Revolution per minute is a measurement of how fast the drive platters rotate. Usually a faster rotation means faster access and read/write speeds. However most users would not notice the difference between a 5400 rpm drive and a 7200 rpm drive. The 10000 rpm drive is usually reserved for high end gaming.
Yes it would
Yes you would notice a difference. Also, if you can get a HD with a better cache, you would notice a difference as well.
Basically, yes. Assuming you're referring to the hard drive, the RPM is how fast the drive spins. If it spin faster, it can locate the data faster, but keep in mind it will also use more energy and get hotter.
That is entirely dependent upon the speed of the hard drive, if the other hard drive has a higher RPM, or read/write time, then yes it will.
15000 rpm by seagate cheetah
300 rpm or 360 rpm
Common current values are 5400 rpm, 7200 rpm, and 10000 rpm. However, these are not the only possible values.
Drive Pulley = pulley on motor Driven Pulley = pulley on blower First determine your Ratio - divide large pulley size by small pulley size this will give you gear ratio, Example 2" drive pulley and a 4" Driven Pulley = 2:1 gear ratio If you know your motor shaft RPM divide that number by the ratio to get the RPM of the driven pulley, if your shaft rpm is 1800 rpm you would divide 1800 by 2 which would = 900 rpm on your driven pulley if your drive pulley is larger than than your driven pulley you multiply the rpm by the ratio example 1800 rpm x 2 = 3600 rpm