Originally Posted by veedubfreak
Ya im looking at the 7200.11s. Hmm hows it gonna be cheaper for the 750gbs vs the 500's? BTW i have roughly 300 dvds that i plan to rip to the HTPC and pretty much whatever movies i rent
I didn't say you would spend less overall, All I said is that the 500 and 750 drives I was looking at, the 750 ones where cheaper PER GB.
And really you can do the math by yourself.
But For example, I am looking at two seagate Drives right now, Everything is the same about them except one if 500GB and the other is 750GB.
Both SATA II and 16MB Cache, the 500 one is 4.16$ Per GB while the 750 one is 3.94$ per GB. So it is cheaper to go with the 750 GB one.