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How's this hard drive & will it work with my sytem?


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funnytim

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Hey all,

First time here, so hi to all!


As part of my build, I'm considering this hard drive: http://ncix.com/prod...facture=Seagate

What do you think of it? (ie. the makers, the price value, etc).

2) And this should also work with my system, a MSI K9MM-V motherboard ?

Thanks!
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Hey all,

First time here, so hi to all!


As part of my build, I'm considering this hard drive: http://ncix.com/prod...facture=Seagate

What do you think of it? (ie. the makers, the price value, etc).

2) And this should also work with my system, a MSI K9MM-V motherboard ?

Thanks!



Seems ok to me - it's cheap, big-ish, fast-ish, it's a reputable make and I've not heard of anyone having compatibility issues with hard drives and motherboards - much more common are memory issues.

Make sure you rate your PSU properly to deliver enough juice to the system.
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Seems ok to me - it's cheap, big-ish, fast-ish, it's a reputable make and I've not heard of anyone having compatibility issues with hard drives and motherboards - much more common are memory issues.

Make sure you rate your PSU properly to deliver enough juice to the system.



Hi,

by "cheap", do you mean the quality is cheap, or the price is cheap?

Thanks again..
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I've bought the drive, thanks
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Seems ok to me - it's cheap, big-ish, fast-ish, it's a reputable make and I've not heard of anyone having compatibility issues with hard drives and motherboards - much more common are memory issues.

Make sure you rate your PSU properly to deliver enough juice to the system.



Hi,

by "cheap", do you mean the quality is cheap, or the price is cheap?

Thanks again..


Price.

Anyway, I see you've bought it - hope it work ok.
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