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    Whats Up With The Deskstar HD's?

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    And literally, too.

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    Originally posted by Burke
    And literally, too.
    LOL Yeah, I heard thats a nice feature of IBM's.
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    I've had an IBM in this box for a year now,on 24/7 !
    and never a hicup,,flawless performance,

    people can have any brand hdd quit on 'em.
    if you talk to 5 different people,you will get 5 different opinions,on hdd's.

    look at western digital dropping from 3 year warr to 1 year!

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    Originally posted by click_here
    look at western digital dropping from 3 year warr to 1 year!
    For their standard 2 MB cache drives, yes. It's still 3 years for the Special Editions.

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    Originally posted by click_here
    I've had an IBM in this box for a year now,on 24/7 !
    and never a hicup,,flawless performance,

    people can have any brand hdd quit on 'em.
    if you talk to 5 different people,you will get 5 different opinions,on hdd's.

    look at western digital dropping from 3 year warr to 1 year!
    This is the same for maxtor as well. Since IBM is dropping out of the small market business, you'll see a lot of policy change.
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    Originally posted by Burke
    And literally, too.
    LOL....nice.
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    Too fast to be true. I rather have a more reliable hdd than an Insanely fast but destructive HDD
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    IBM drives have faster access times, but that also means more noise, more wear and tear, which = shorter life.
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