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Old 11-04-2007, 06:58 PM   #21 (permalink)
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The larger buffer sin todays newer drives allow for faster read and write speeds.

The smaller drives aren't usually guaranteed to have the latest technology in them.
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not quite sure :S I know seagate did something to the 1tb. and the massive 32mb cashe.
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because of all of the free space?
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750 or 1tb HDD because those are almost on par with a Raptor in speed..
errmm.... isn't that clear enough??
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yes that makes sense thank you
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Late model larger drives usually have higher density platters....this is why they are usually faster.
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also has any1 modded the 900 yet and does it have space behind MB tray to do some good WM
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