Seagate 750 SATA II 199.99 Free Ship

CompuDrew

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That is a great deal. I'm really tempted, but I'm trying to stay strong and hold out for the terrabyte drives. ;)
 

volve

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@CompuDrew: Oh come on, the 7k1000 is like $400. That's double this deal, and you only get 250GB more.

Personally, having 4x750GB in RAID5 is much more attractive than spending DOUBLE the money for 4x1TB in RAID5.
 

CompuDrew

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@CompuDrew: Oh come on, the 7k1000 is like $400. That's double this deal, and you only get 250GB more.

Personally, having 4x750GB in RAID5 is much more attractive than spending DOUBLE the money for 4x1TB in RAID5.

You do have a good point, but I want a TB drive for an external. Hopefully the price of the 750's will go down even further when the TB drives finally do come out for mainstream. That'll be cool.
 

piako

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Personally, having 4x750GB in RAID5 is much more attractive than spending DOUBLE the money for 4x1TB in RAID5.
Yeah but he has the 1 TB and you only got 750. These 750s kick ass everyone should drop for a couple. :D
 

JohnleMVP

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I'm also trying to hold out for the 7k1000 because its so fast.

$200 for a good 750gb HD is making it real hard though.
 

EnderW

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a perfect fit!

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_G_

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yep, OP was on the 18th
still a few deals going on smaller drives.
 

Ockie

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This deal should come back, I am ready to buy more.
 
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