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Old August 2, 2008, 02:22 PM
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Originally Posted by SugarJ View Post
I'd keep the Raptor for OS drive, and pick up 1 or 2 WD 640GiB drives for $79 each. They are the fastest 7200rpm drive out there right now.
hmmm about 600gb for 80cdn... ( compare to 700gb for 112)

can you please tell me the model? i will check the review the...

Originally Posted by enaberif View Post
Raptors are useless in any day to day stuff for computers.

The only time a raptor will shine is if you find yourself transferring or working with EXTREMELY large files.

Otherwise 7200 rpm drives are your best bet.
still can you please give me the name and model that you recommend for OS drive?

Originally Posted by paphman910 View Post
The Raptors are a very good hard drive but a bit noisy during seek access. It is good to use it as the system hard drive. I would get another pair of large 7200 rpm to run in raid configuration for video encoding and editing.

please again.. i need name and model for video encoding and editing ( is it called what i am talking about?)
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