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WD 150Gig 10,000rpm $99.99


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Western Digital VelociRaptor WD1500HLFS 150GB 10000 RPM 16MB Cache SATA 3.0Gb/s 3.5" Internal Hard Drive -Bare Drive




WD VelociRaptor hard drives deliver maximum speed and reliability for performance enthusiast systems, workstations, and low-end servers. With a superbly engineered combination of 10,000 RPM spin speed, SATA 6 Gb/s interface and a 32 MB cache, these drives are truly an evolution in performance.


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no offense but this OCZ Agility 3 here will whip that raptors butt and take his lunch money...for 9 bucks more... :)
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No offense taken. In fact that is why we are here..... To provide options to our members and this is a great option for everyone. :)
Great find Happyrock and glad to see you again. :unsure:
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no offense but this OCZ Agility 3 here will whip that raptors butt and take his lunch money...for 9 bucks more... :unsure:


Yeah but it's 90 gigs less in size. :yes: :)
Still a great deal for a 10000 rpm drive.
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no offense but this OCZ Agility 3 here will whip that raptors butt and take his lunch money...for 9 bucks more... :unsure:


Yeah but it's 90 gigs less in size. :yes: :)
Still a great deal for a 10000 rpm drive.


look here to see the difference between a SSD and a HD...
BTW the link I posted is for the vertexIII...it has almost double the throughput of the older vertex II shown in the video
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Good video and info given and my statement was only about the capacity of the drives.
Your inclusion of the speed of the OCZ drive and the comparison video is a great tool for all members to look at.
You might give up some size but the drive is faster. If the drive is solely for the OS and all other programs and data will be saved and installed to a secondary drive then yes the OCZ wins hands down. :)
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its never been about winning...its about sharing knowledge... :)
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There ya go my friend and hopefully others will see that and add their Tech finds also. There has to be others from around the world who have them locally to share with others that may live in their part of the world. :) :unsure: :yes: :)
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