Internat Hard Disk, 1T?

Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by TFT, Jan 21, 2008.

  1. TFT macrumors member

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    Yes my first post as I am going to jump from my old PB G4 to a Mac Pro.
    Just wanted to hear opinions on which one is the most reliable 1T Hard Disk out there.

    cheers

    tft
     
  2. Macinposh macrumors 6502a

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    I´d say that no one knows..yet.
    As the drives have been on the market only for few months the aviability of comprehensive data is scarce.

    But,people seem to dig their samsungs and hitachis. Speedy bastards,them are.
     
  3. LostSunrise macrumors member

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    Hesitant

    I was telling someone in another post that I'm hesitant of a data storage device that dense and that new. Personally I would go with 500 or 750 drives. Money wise (per gb) they're the best bang for your buck. It used to be the 500s were the ideal per gb price now with the 1tb drives the 500's and 750's are about even. Does anyone know the exact number of and density specs on the 1tb 750 and 500gb drives out right now?
     
  4. TFT thread starter macrumors member

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    Mmmm

    I guess maybe I should change my planning and take one 750 and a 500 or two 750.
    Which 750 would be best then?

    Thanks

    TFT
     
  5. Seb D Photo macrumors newbie

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