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Guys I hate to bring it up again, but I'm 99.9% sure that we're being trolled by the OP.

Let me elaborate :

- He has a relatively high amount of started threads in a short period of time.

- Most of the topics are equally dumb and cause endless spiral conversations.

- His reluctance to accept his flawed logic.

- His reluctance to accept ANY data from others.

- The OP seems to like a bit of people-bashing.

- His name.

- I didn't need a data sheet to support my hypothesis.
Edited by MoGTy - 10/15/13 at 11:44pm
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Seagate drives were rock solid for me until 2011. Then i had 3 out of 4 seagates i bought in the past 1.5 years die on me.

i dont think im going to buy again.
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Did you get them from the same shop and within a few months of each other? How about build date? like an odd bad batch or much more likely, bad handling along the suplly chain. The line should be "I'd never buy drives from this shop again".
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