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According to those benchmarks, the 7200.10 looks like the winner.
The winner in sheer speed, but for seek times and latencies the ES drives are better.

It is up to your if you can justify the price difference. After all these drives are going into an array using one of the better cards on the market.

Keep in the mind that the 7200.10 drives are not Enterprise quality.
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I am so confused.

The ES didn't seem to have better results than the 7200.10. The 7200.10 are so much faster than all the other 7200RPM drives.
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Booting, loading, and transferring is what most of us do on a day to day basis. The ES drives and 7200.10 are clearly top dog in most applications.

http://techreport.com/reviews/2006q3...s/index.x?pg=6
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Just one last clarification, Legend, you would get this drive?
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