quote Nu Wa RocksI get your point, except in this case the Jetta is priced like a Porscheregardless of why you would want the drive... comparing a 7200 2TB drive with the 10K velociraptor or an SSD is like comparing a Volkswagon Jetta to a Porsche...
quoteaha, thats the one i was talking about. now even if you cut this drives capacity in half, you are greatly reducing the number of tracks. not halfway across, but even further out being the minimum. a terabyte drive with access times significantly reduced - now thats something to be a little impressed over.Shortstroking.
quote hiigaranShortstroking.i wonder if its possible to do that seagate tweak where you limit the maximum space available to attain speeds comparable to the 10K raptors. im sure you guys know what im referring to.
quote heftyIf you're looking for a 2TB HDD, correct me if I'm wrong but, you're looking for storage space not speed. If you want speed then go grab yourself a 32-64GB SSD, or make yourself a raid 5 or 10 with these drives.why does this review only compare it to crap HDDs?
throw in some 10k rpm HDDs and some SSDs. the review is too limited without these.
quote Nu Wa Rocksits still a good idea. its not to say that this drive is crap, but its a great way for someone to determine if its worth getting an SSD, 10K, or 7200. though, for anyone wanting a 2TB drive, i doubt theyd consider much else.How is it fair to compare it to a 10K drive or a SSD? The read and write won't be the same. You compare the drive to similar revolution drives. Get real...
quote heftyWe will when/if we get themthrow in some 10k rpm HDDs and some SSDs
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