Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000 Pro Reviews
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"All of those results sound very impressive but in the balance of our application and game tests we only noticed a 2%~3% performance difference between RAID 0 and single drive configurations. Unless you extract files, copy or move them on the same drive, and encode all day long then the benefits of RAID 0 on the typical consumer desktop is not worth the price of admission. What is the price? In this case, $399 for a second 7K1000, a halving of the mean time between failure rates on each drive, a data backup nightmare, and increases in noise, thermals, and power consumption."
"If youre lucky enough to spot one of these at your local retail or online, Id highly suggest snagging all you can get your hands on. It offers world-class performance, unsurpassed capacity and is priced to move."
"Rotational speed aside, there's a lot to like here. Hitachi's 1TB 7k1000 not only boasts the beefiest capacity available in a single drive configuration, but enthusiast level performance with noise control suitable for the HTPC crowd. In other words, the 7k1000 is a drive everyone can love."
"The Hitachi DeskStar 7K1000 1TB HDD is without a doubt one of the fastest hard drives on the planet and is without a doubt the highest capacity single hard drive around. If you have gobs of digital music, photos, video and software that you install on your computer, the Hitachi DeskStar 7K1000 1TB HDD is one of the best drives for you to upgrade to. In my testing I didnt find the drive to be particularly noisy, certainly no noisier than my Raptor drive. I think that someone wanting a large capacity drive for use in a media center PC would very much like the Hitachi DeskStar 7K1000 1TB HDD as well."
"...make no bones about it, the Hitachi DeskStar 7K1000 is big,fat and fast thanks to its increased density and cache. The WD Velociraptor and Samsung Spin Point F1 1TB would more than likely be the only two drives that offer better performance. The Hitachi DeskStar 7K1000 would also have to be the quietest drive that I have ever used. During testing the tell tale clicks and spin-up noise during hard drive activity was only just audible - something that I was also very impressed by."