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|18th August 2005, 18:09||#1|
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Western Digital Raptor WD740GD 74 GB Hard Drive
Designed for servers and NAS/SAN systems, the drive of choice for high-performance workstation and gaming systems, the WD Raptor hard drive is a new class of drive that matches SCSI performance and reliability while providing simplified connectivity. Make no mistake about it, the Raptor is for serious speed freaks. If you don't run a server farm or play cutting edge 3D games then this is not the drive for you. However, if you're a power nut who wants - no needs - the fastest ATA drive available then this is your baby, or dinosaur as the case may be.
Direct link: http://www.thetechzone.com/?m=show&id=337
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|19th August 2005, 10:32||#2|
My baby! Aaaaaah!
Actually I was looking at SCSI prices for a 70-80 GB Ultra-320 model and they are not that far off.
But would they provide with a noticable perfromance gain in "cutting edge" games?
|19th August 2005, 11:07||#3|
Join Date: May 2002
SCSI rockets away from the rest.
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