Seagate launches new 7200.11 hard drives

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    Time to get rid of the 7200.10's ;)
     
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    yea..... at least my 400GB is an external drive now.....


    but man i hate Ultra products...... by far the most sub par piece of crap company i purchased from..... 60 bucks for a HDD enclosure with fan.... expecting aluminum, i got... VERY FLIMSY PLASTIC and a poor excuse for a fan
     
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    32Mb buffer :drool:
     
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    I think th buffers are starting to get "overrated".... they should be useing larger buffers now, probably for the 1tb drive, should have like 256mb buffer at least.
     
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    So...where are they? Not on newegg, tigerdirect.ca or ncix.com. I'd like to see some benches if they're worth getting because once they're out the 7200.10's will drop in price.
     
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    well.... i asked newegg to stock them, that probably wont be done until several days from now....

    but they're just out for a few days so most stores are just barely getting stock in.... i mean they're not as in demand as GPU's or anything like that


    anyways..... i can't wait to RAID 0 two 500GBs together..... that would be so awesome.....
     
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    w/RAID 0 on 2x500Gb drives, you might want to go w/RAID 0+1. but that'll be expensive as you will need 4x500Gb drives, lol.
     
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    yea..... but i was really planning on the 2x 500s and a 1TB drive, the 2x500s for programs and expendable data and the internal 1TB for inexpendable and large pieces of data....

    but at least by then, these should be at a more reasonable price and probably larger capacities....
     
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    IMO, i wanna see 6x1TB in raid 0
     
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    Hmm... I have one seagate drive on RMA now and I think I can change it to that 500 GB model :D
     
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    Thanks for the post, but this was already posted to the front page here. Please continue discussion there.
     
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