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15,000rpm Drive

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Hey, I am thinking about getting a 15,000rpm drive, and i was wondering if a 15krpm drive is a liable drive if its over kill, and if i should just stick with getting a 10krpm drive

Heres what im lookin at:

http://www.newegg.co...N82E16822116149 : im not goin for space, seeing how i only fill up 15g of my 80 i have now.
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Non of the high speed drives are particualrly worth the money you pay for them the extra perforamnce is usaully limited to improving load times in games by a tiny amount.

So they really arent worth the extortianate amount you pay for them, same goes for the 10.000 rpm drives there is actually 7200rpm drives that perform faster than the raptors.

You would be better spending the money on some better ram you will see more performance increase from better memory than a hard drive.
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