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I must have been lucky. I changed the firmware on my 7200.11 drive. It still works fine. *knock on wood*
All my drives are 7200.11, 2x750gb + 5x1.5tb, Only 1 of the 1.5 tb drives have failed on me in the past 3 years, I rma'd it, and within 3 days got my replacement drive back in and rebuilt my array.

Haven't had any other issues since.
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Three actually, unless Toshiba sold to someone and I missed the news.
I had said "desktop HDD" but I meant 5.25" drives.

I acknowledge the three remain HDD companies a few posts back.
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I had said "desktop HDD" but I meant 5.25" drives.

I acknowledge the three remain HDD companies a few posts back.

You mean 3.5" drives
5.25" HDDs died years ago
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Yay! Now I can have 3tb of seagate fail within a year instead of 2.
at least their RMA dept is located in the US and speaks english LOL
    
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I had said "desktop HDD" but I meant 5.25" drives.

I acknowledge the three remain HDD companies a few posts back.

Wait... 5.25" Drives... Duckie... you're going back to the stone age.

But nah, I get what you meant

Still though; it's a two horse game.

WD = AMD
Seagate = Intel
Toshiba = Via

more or less.
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post #76 of 125
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You would need a gear system or multiple motors to control the arms independently. Besides, common HDD failures include spindle alignment, motor failure, or PCB burnout.... all would render the HDD inoperatable anyways.
True, didn't give that idea much thought

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If you're foolish enough to buy a 5tb drive and not have any sort of backup, then that is your own fault.

And that rule applies to ANY sized drive. If you're worried about data lose then make sure you have a backup plan, plain and simple.
Seagate doesn't really have the greatest track record for reliability, kind of what I ment, and they will be pushing out even higher capacity drives
But non the less, You are right about losing data being your own fault if you don't back up
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http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/...drives-failing

That should be enough said...

Their 5400.x drives are fine, along with their old 7200.10 and less, their 7200.11 and .12s may be fast - but they suck ass.

Edit, ah and some personal experience, I've had to RMA 54 7200.11's (50 of them were recertified, but still)
I've used my trusty seagate hard drive for over 3 years and it has NEVER let me down. The sata connector broke and was stuck inside the sata cable but i was able to get it working and i have always used seagate and always will. I don't care what others think seagate has never failed me so there is zero reason to change hard drive brand.
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Seagate doesn't really have the greatest track record for reliability, kind of what I ment, and they will be pushing out even higher capacity drives
But non the less, You are right about losing data being your own fault if you don't back up
However, all HDD companies have similar track records. Some years are good, some years are bad.
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However, all HDD companies have similar track records. Some years are good, some years are bad.
I guess, although, with the acquiring of the Samsung HDD Division, I'm hoping we see a turn around
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I believe my next HDD will be a WD (or Hitachi if they continue the name), I love my 2 Hitachi's, I don't like that I hear about problems with Seagate drives (latest being the Momentus XT drives that suddenly started dying). Don't remember anything recent about Hitachi drives.

That being said, my dad's still got the 10 year old Maxtor I used to have and it still works. Some drives last ages and when you get one, instead of calling other HDD's crappy, you should applaud whatever company made that HDD, 'cause it's lasted far longer than anyone should expect. Sometimes you have to stop and remember that it's often recommended to change HDD's every 2-3 years because they just don't last much longer with moving parts. You can't expect an HDD to outlive a CPU or RAM 'cause moving parts just degrade much faster.
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