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Battle of the Laptop Hardrives!

So i need an ata 5 or higher harddrive, but i can't decide what to get!

This:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148073

Or this:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822136130

I can't really decide, i'm leaning towards the 160 gig

Tell me what you think! (or you can show me a better one for under $70?)

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caitlinsdad8 years ago
Can I point you to techimo.com harddrive forum? It's one of the resources for PC mods/enthusiasts specific to your question.
Sandisk1duo (author)  caitlinsdad8 years ago
i wanted like a link to a store
If you are just looking for a deal, you can check out sites like techbargains.com or geeks.com. If you are trying to decide what is the best for your price range, you would need to know what your laptop is being used for and size/features you need to match. If you are looking to just replace a drive, maybe you might want to spend part of the cost on more RAM.
Sandisk1duo (author)  caitlinsdad8 years ago
I want to keep the hdd, i already have selected the appropriate type of RAM, from newegg I want to fix a gamining laptop that i bought for $30 Specs (when fully fixed): 2.80ghz 2gb ram 100+ gb hdd 15" screen dvd-rom cdrw
What video card are you thinking of getting?
Sandisk1duo (author)  Rockerx8 years ago
well, laptops doen't have graphics cards so...

Here's some specs: here

it looks like it a has 32mb dedicated to video
Wow, I'm stupid. I knew that. Anyway sounds like you got a plan. It looks like it will be a good finished product. Good luck!
. I've had real good luck with Tiger Direct
CameronSS8 years ago
The 160GB appears to have many more features for the same price, but they don't necessarily mean anything. Mostly I notice that the Seagate (160GB) has a full 5-year warranty, while the Western Digital has none. Judging by the reviews, they both seem relatively reliable, but the Seagate at least has a safety net if it fails.
I'd also like to point out that in 5 years 160GB will probably be obsolete anyway.
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