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Discussion in 'Buying Tips and Advice' started by iJawn108, Nov 14, 2008.
In the drives themselves, probably virtually no difference. The Seagate has a longer warranty, so all things considered it's the only difference and one worth leaning towards that one for.
The Seagate is more power efficient and also considered faster..
Go to TomsHardware and take a look at the charts.
Seagate all the way.
I have been using Hitachi drives for years. Only 1 failure, and Hatachi replaced it.
I'm a Hitachi fan.