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Originally Posted by Vincenzo Locs View Post
How can i tell if the HD has a high platter density when compared to it's counterparts? Any recommendations?
Look up the model numbers.

Two models of the 7200.10s were essentially trials for the 7200.11's 250GB platters. These are the ST3250410AS (16M buffer) and the ST3250310AS (8MB buffer).

Most manufacturers sites will list all the drive info somewhere, including the number of "disks" and "heads". Divide the capacity by the number of disks and that is the size of the platters, unless there is only a single read write head, then the platter size is double the capacity of the drive (but they are only using one side of it).
Edited by Blameless - 7/1/08 at 7:14am
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post #12 of 37
I mainly use WD and Seagate HD. They are good quality HD. Here is info between 7200.10 and 7200.11.

http://techreport.com/articles.x/13440/1
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Edited by linskingdom - 7/1/08 at 7:20am
post #13 of 37
I have a couple 7200.11 and 7200.10

I know that they made a 250 GB model that was listed as a .10 but actually was a .11

Really, I havn't seen any gain in performance, mainly probably because I can't compare it to anything else.

But go with a 7200.11 if you can.
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3x500 7200.11 FTW!
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I've got a 320 .10 and it's faired quite well. I've had it about 14 months or so and it's been great so far. I recently picked up a 250 .10 for a build for my sister and she loves it.
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7200.11 = 90-80mb/s Average
7200.10 = 60-50mb/s Average

Do not get the WD 500gb model. That is an older model. Get the 640gb (fastest hard drive for the price). Its faster than the 7200.11 series.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822136218

Hope that solves your questions
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Commander_Waffles View Post
7200.11 = 90-80mb/s Average
7200.10 = 60-50mb/s Average

Do not get the WD 500gb model. That is an older model. Get the 640gb (fastest hard drive for the price). Its faster than the 7200.11 series.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822136218
The 7200.10 faster that the .11? Would that be due to the platter density I have been hearing about?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Commander_Waffles View Post
7200.11 = 90-80mb/s Average
7200.10 = 60-50mb/s Average

Do not get the WD 500gb model. That is an older model. Get the 640gb (fastest hard drive for the price). Its faster than the 7200.11 series.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822136218

Hope that solves your questions
Older? No, the WD6400AAKS was recently revamped with a 320GB platter as opposed to most 250GB platters. The old WD6400AAKS had a 160GB platter
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I recommend the WD6400AAKS. I just got a pair recently and they are amazing for the price. They also use 2x 320GB platters.
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unfortunately, you always run a risk with hard drives. it doesn't matter how awesome the drive seems, they all have their units that fail. I've learned that through terrible experiences with just about every kind of drive. Don't be lazy, back up your data
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