On Thursday 23 December 2010 18:09:20 Ivan K wrote:
Why should there be a performance benefit if the disk is smaller? If there =
I still have a 650MB disk I could sell you...
You want the disk for storage, not for RAM-extension. And doing audio you w=
read and write big files. Unless the disk-cache is big enough to hold the w=
session, it will not make a significant impact.
What matters is reliability. And when you ask 10 people about that, you wil=
get 10 different opinions.
As you ask for that, here is my experience:
I had seagate disks fail, I have seagate disks running fine since 5 years. =
have western digital disks work fine since years. I had an IBM disk fail af=
about two years. I have maxtor disks perform good since 5 years. My hardwar=
dealer recommended me samsung disks, but the first two I bought failed afte=
about two years. Lets see how the rest of them (bought later) performs...
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