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Did you look at who I was quoting? I wasn't talking to you. Good luck with your build It doesn't look bad to me.
oh..yeah you werent... sorry bout that!!

tnhx for the opinion about my build
    
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Personally, I think most run-of-the-mill hard drives from the major manufacturers are commodities anymore. Everybody's got a story of one that lasted forever or only one day, made lots or noise or was silent, seemed fast or seemed slow. I'd love to see a reputable study of failure rates among the major manufacturers that really showed a distinction. If you are not going for a high-performance drive like raptor, the best advice is to buy whatever is on sale from one of the majors. If you are worried about failure - put it into a RAID configuration.
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id say get either western digital or segate .9 drives! both companies are great, it is just that your all putting the fact of your bad experiences and saying that it sucks due to your experiences, not everyone gets a bad drive like the one you may have gotten, i highly recommend either Wd or Seagate
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