Originally posted by PoisonPorkchop
You just wont see any benefeit.
Pepsi boy where are you gonna get a 250 gb 10,00 rpm hd?
hahahahhaaaaaa thats the same thing I was wondering. And IF you did find one it would probably cost 500 bucks. The 74GB ones are expensive enough.
I dont get why you can get an 80GB 7200rpm for like 60 bucks, but to get a 74GB 10k rpm it costs tripple that. I wish more companies would start making 10k rpm ATA drives. WD just jacks up the price because noone else makes a comparable ATA one. Would be nice if Seagate and other companies would start making 10k rpm drives.