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Old 9th June 2009
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Originally Posted by Carpetsmoker View Post
Only the 1TB drivers were affected, and although it took some time, the problem has long been fixed.
It's rather unfair to keep away from Seagate just because of this one error ...
500GB and 1.5TB were also affected, whole 7200.11 series.

Newer Seagate 7200.12 seriees seems to be ok, but while having 500GB* platters (WD mostly 340GB) it has RAC (Random Access Time) at about 15-16ms while WD have it at about 12ms, that makes a big difference.

Bigger platters means less space needed for head moving = faster transfers/operations etc.
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