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    http://www23.tomshardware.com/storag...2=280&chart=38


    7200.10 beats the raptor in a couple tests, but the raptor is faster in most. by a little bit. is that worth the way extra $$$$$ to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by flclisgreat View Post
    http://www23.tomshardware.com/storag...2=280&chart=38


    7200.10 beats the raptor in a couple tests, but the raptor is faster in most. by a little bit. is that worth the way extra $$$$$ to you?
    I can't find one performance test (even on Tom's) where the 7200.10 beats out the WD 1500 AD Raptor.
    Did you mean the drive interface comparison? That only tells you the theoretical difference between SATA 1.5 and SATA 3.0.

    The difference between the latest Seagate Barracuda ES and a Raptor 1500 ADFD is pretty huge.

    I will concede that having more than one Raptor in a PC could be a waste of money, but when used as a C: drive with your applications installed on it as well, I have seen nothing faster and it is noticeably faster without even using benchmarks. I could feel the difference right away.

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