Originally posted by mike4realz
there is no SATA100. only SATA150 and SATA300
Good call. I just realized I ment ATA, but I also noticed that there is SATA too.
I was looking at Hard Drives by Western Digital, and I was looking for a good one for around $100 give or take 20 bucks.
There were some that were 160GB and some 250GB and they were priced the same. I figured the difference must be in speed, but there was SATA, ATA100, and ATA150.
I'm assuming SATA is the fastest. How come there isn't much price difference?
This 250GB WD harddrive is $99:
This 160GB WD harddrive is $95:
You get an extra 90GB for $4. Is there a considerable difference here, or would I be stupid not to buy the 250GB? Is the 160GB considerably faster or does it not make enough difference(aka just buy the 250?)