You Edit Audio,video,3d Etc?,go With 7200,no 5400 At All.

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  1. CRAZYDOLPHIN macrumors newbie

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    Hi Mates,
    Concerning The Difference Between A Hd 7200 And 5400.
    I Saw In Some Webs Tests Comparing The 2 Hard Drives..wd,hitachi,seagate..etc..this..that..bla Bla..
    But They Are Always Based On Simple Tests When U Cannot Notice The Real Difference Between 7200 Vs 5400...and That Really Make Confused The People.
    The Difference Are Huge When Working N Digital Tasks..like Audio,video,3d..and So On..rather Than Office,copy A File,internet..and ********s Like That..
    In Logic Audio Pro U Can Perform With Up 10 Tracks More In 7200 Than In 5400,above All With The New 16 Mb/3 Gh.in Final Cut U Can Render Fluidly And Faster With A 7200 Than A 5400.
    Now,yes...the Hard Drivers Get A Bit (just A Bit) More Noisy..gain More Temperature And In Some Cases Vibrate More.
    This Is The Truth..the Rest Is Total ********s.

    But In Other Hand,the Issues With 500 Hd 7200/5400..are Unfortunately Real!!!!.
    If U Got A Mbp (mid-09 Or Even Late 08),avoid Hard Drives With G-force P. At Least.

    Please Write Your Experiences Here Or Anywhere In This Forum,we Need Each Other..opinions And Advices.

    Cheers
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  2. spinnerlys Guest

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    You have got your bold tag wrong somehow, but please use all capitals the next time, it will make your message more incomprehensible than it already is.

    If you did a proper research with MRoogle first, you would have already known, what the views of most on 7.200rpm and 5.400rpm drives is around here.


    Somehow I miss a link to a website in your post.

    In all honesty: what the frack have you been inhaling to write such stuff? Trollfluid?
     
  3. iLog.Genius macrumors 601

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    Spinnerlys is right. If you do a search, you will find that the discussions here go further than the basic tasks of internet, word processing and e-mail. It's been discussed that if you are going to be doing intensive tasks with CS4, Studio Pro or other application, the 7200 HDD is going to be better as it will break that point where normal tasks just won't go. As for the G-shock protection, not totally correct. There is no clear evidence that HDD's with G-Shock has any ill effects, maybe isolated issues besides, Apple uses the Seagate with G-Shock. Doubt that a company will use a HDD if it was known to mess things up.
     
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