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The 10000 RPM drive is more reliable
As if you have 2 hardrive in a array, and one of them fails all you're data is lost forever
data is never technically lost forever. to loose it forever, youd have to replace it.
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data is never technically lost forever. to loose it forever, youd have to replace it.
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The 10000 RPM drive is more reliable
As if you have 2 hardrive in a array, and one of them fails all you're data is lost forever
I understand this and am ok with that outcome. The risk is worth the reward.

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Why don't you just get an ssd instead? Costs about the same as 10K drives last time I checked... Just grab the crucial C300 128gb or vertex2 120gb and call it a day
As long long as that is the case then I am going here. Never thought of even looking due to price.

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maybe 3 of these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-762-_-Product although i doubt the rest of your system could keep up
I can not fill one 320GB HDD so why 3 of these, lol?
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Technically Yes, but remember you are getting a lot less space for games and what ever else. Its faster but more limited on space, while the others would be slower but have a lot more space.

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The 10000 RPM drive is more reliable
As if you have 2 hardrive in a array, and one of them fails all you're data is lost forever
But if you have one 10,000 RPM drive and it fails, your data is still all gone....
Edited by Kevlo - 1/10/11 at 2:37pm
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Define faster..

RAID drives would have higher sequential reads.
10k drive would have faster seek time.

General windows usability will feel faster on a 10k drive but your transfers would be slower.

SSD would feel the fastest out of all options due to a ~0.1 ms seek time.
You might be able to build an array with a higher sequential read/write, but it's going to feel sluggish comparatively as the potential disk IOPS are much lower on mechanical drives.
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A good 7200.10 HDD nearly matches the Velociraptors in sequential read/writes so two 72.10 drives in RAID will be it in that regard.

But for Random IOPS, the 10k drives will be faster.
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10K drives aren't very impressive in actual transfer rates; a Green drive has a higher sustained read/write speed, but for general use, I'm happy with a Raptor (Velociraptors no doubt will be faster. 2.5in > 3.5in). SSD's WOULD be the best option though, you get the very best of both worlds, only downside is the price premium over mechanical drives
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The 10000 RPM drive is more reliable
As if you have 2 hardrive in a array, and one of them fails all you're data is lost forever
haha if the single 10k drive fails your data is also lost.

The 10k will have a quicker access time but the RAID 0 drives will be faster in everything else.
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