Originally Posted by ROFLLOLSTER
Ah meant the 74gb drives. Man they seem tiny.
Believe it or not they were excellent when they were out. They've lasted about 8 years I think but they were small because they spin at 10'000RPM as oposed to your standard 7'200RPM Desktop drives and standard 5'400RPM laptop drives. They were also really expensive and didn't come in big sizes unfortunately. There still really fast now specially in RAID but of course the size is an issue and they sound a bit like they're eating cogs for breakfast when the read write heads move. Back then these drives were like what SSD's are today, it's funny really because they are actually SATA 1 and they operate faster than modern SATA 3 drives.
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