Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er
It easy to say that but how many SG Drives have you owned? I have 10 seagate drives, 4 WD. 1 Seagate i have killed myself, one my friend drooped and it stopped working, one got bad sectors. WD in the other had one cause bsod, one stooped spinning, one cant go faster then 1.5 mb/s. Once you have over 10 HDD then come back and tell us about ur experience.
The amount of hard drives you have is irrelevant, and I said I'm speaking from experience. Meaning, the 4 Seagate hard drives I have personally dealt with all died, meanwhile the rest of my hard drives that are NOT Seagate are alive and *knock on wood* still working.
Also there was a graph posted here not too long ago, I'm pretty sure the Seagate was within the top 3 for failing hard drives. There's also an RMA review on here, Seagate vs WD. Guess who won?
But hey, my opinion doesn't matter since I don't own more than 10 hard drives.Edited by pjBSOD - 3/29/11 at 5:41pm