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Thread: Seagate or WD?

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    tralalala's Avatar The Almighty
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    Am planning on getting a 320GB HD, and am wondering which company is better....


    Help anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tralalala View Post
    Am planning on getting a 320GB HD, and am wondering which company is better....


    Help anyone?
    They are both quality.

    If you need a 320 GB drive then OK, but if you just need some extra space, go for the Seagate/WD 10,000 RPM drive. I think they make them up to 150GB, but WELL WORTH IT!!!!



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    tralalala's Avatar The Almighty
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    ummm... am looking for at least 300GB.. 150 aint enough.. but you're saying WD 7200RPM 320GB is fine?

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    Personally I prefer Seagate because they have a better warranty and are generally quieter.

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    i prefer seagate because of the 5 years warranty and all of my 3 seagate hdds are working still fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by tralalala View Post
    ummm... am looking for at least 300GB.. 150 aint enough.. but you're saying WD 7200RPM 320GB is fine?
    Yep. Either way you go, you'll be fine. I've always stuck with WD because they have always treated me right, but I also have a Seagate 200GB as well right now. No complaints.

    I think they are both quality. It all comes down to preference - Chevy vs Ford type thing.



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    No probs, thanks Skizo

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    I highly recommend the 320GB Seagate. Their perpendicular recording technology is just superb and they are way quieter.

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    This combo is a screamin deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by clocker View Post
    This combo is a screamin deal.


    Nice deal indeed.



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