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Old 02-18-2005, 07:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2 200gb 7,200 rpm hard drives configured to RAID 0 or
1 146gb 10,000 rpm hardr drive?.
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Hello,

I say two 200GB 7,200RPM RAID 0 Drives . Although, would you need 400GB !?!? :amazed:
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I'd say the 146Gb one. You'll get a faster access time and I seriouly doubt you'll need 400Gb!! unless your a programmer or something.

What exactly do you want all the space for, it might be useful to find out.
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the 10k id say... if u were to fill those 400gb then it would be slow as.. I dont think ne1 reallly needs more than 200gig at the mo cept in really special circumstances
.... i mean even with photoshop n vb n all that its not gona take like 400
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Old 02-18-2005, 08:19 PM   #5 (permalink)
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i havnt tryed, but i bet u could fill 400gb's. i bet some anime freaks have over 400gb's of eps.

the 10,000 rpm drive would probably be faster. and you wouldnt need to worry about 1 drive f'in up your raid array, and loosing all 400gb's of data.
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Faster, probably the 10k.
Better for down the road, The 2x200gb.
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but, you can always buy another HD down the road to use wih the current one as well
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