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|14th August 2006, 09:19||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2002
Western Digital 500GB RE2
Are you looking for huge storage that won't hurt the pocketbook? Easily done, since the 500GB RE2 drive we are looking at today retails for around $250. Does it have the performance you are looking for?
|14th August 2006, 10:12||#2|
Shame he doesn't bother to detail which Seagate drive he is comparing with or show a photo of it.
Is it a 7200.10 as is inferred or a 7200.9/8/7/???, 8mb or 16Mb cache etc etc.
It's a test but not a comparison as such.
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