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Old 27th July 2005, 18:30   #1
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Default G-Tech G-Raid 800GB External Hard Drive

The ever-expanding storage on hard drives has taken a new meaning for performance seekers and video professionals, thanks to G-Tech’s G-Raid 800GB External HDD. The company’s latest hard drive features two drives in a Raid 0 configuration for performance with a Firewire 800 (and Firewire 400 for backwards compatibility) connectivity option.

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800GB still not enough for you; get two
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"he company’s latest hard drive features two drives in a Raid 0 configuration"

*shudders*

800GB scratch data? I don't think so. No way in hell I'm putting any valuable data on that drive. I would rather have 400GB RAID1
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