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vertex 3 all the way. OCZ support is top notch.
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OCZ if you want absolute maximum speed in benchmarks, Intel if you want reliability. They're both fast drives, in anything besides benchmarks you aren't going to notice the difference so I'd personally choose the Intel 510, it's a bit cheaper and Intel has a better record for reliability, OCZ has a reputation for poor customer support.

And for a storage drive the Samsung Spinpoint F3 has been the top drive for over a year now. The Spinpoint F4 comes in 5400 rpm Eco Green and a 7200 rpm variation, if you care about speed the 5400 rpm drive isn't what you want. The F4 7200 rpm only comes in a 320GB version which might not be enough for your needs. I'd pick the F3.
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OCZ if you want absolute maximum speed in benchmarks, Intel if you want reliability. They're both fast drives, in anything besides benchmarks you aren't going to notice the difference so I'd personally choose the Intel 510, it's a bit cheaper and Intel has a better record for reliability, OCZ has a reputation for poor customer support.

And for a storage drive the Samsung Spinpoint F3 has been the top drive for over a year now. The Spinpoint F4 comes in 5400 rpm Eco Green and a 7200 rpm variation, if you care about speed the 5400 rpm drive isn't what you want. The F4 7200 rpm only comes in a 320GB version which might not be enough for your needs. I'd pick the F3.
For my needs that was very helpful! Thanks!
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wouldn't the f3 be considered the slow storage drive? since its 1 terrabyte and alot of reviews on newegg are showing the f4 to be faster then the f3
the F3 is 7k RPM and the F4 is 5k RPM.
these hard drives cant really go faster since the SSD killed them on the speed market so theyre forced into the storage market. also 5k creates less heat so it last longer.
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OCZ if you want absolute maximum speed in benchmarks, Intel if you want reliability. They're both fast drives, in anything besides benchmarks you aren't going to notice the difference so I'd personally choose the Intel 510, it's a bit cheaper and Intel has a better record for reliability, OCZ has a reputation for poor customer support.

And for a storage drive the Samsung Spinpoint F3 has been the top drive for over a year now. The Spinpoint F4 comes in 5400 rpm Eco Green and a 7200 rpm variation, if you care about speed the 5400 rpm drive isn't what you want. The F4 7200 rpm only comes in a 320GB version which might not be enough for your needs. I'd pick the F3.
i don't think this is the case at all. ocz has good customer support.
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