I should point out that I am not anti-Seagate. In fact basically all of my modern HDDs are Seagate. In my PC I have a single platter 250GB 7200.10, 640GB 7200.11 and 500GB 7200.11. I have another 500GB 7200.11 in an external case and a 250GB 7200.10 PATA in my G4. Planning on getting two single platter 500GB 7200.12s and a WDC black 640GB for my PC then moving both 500GB 7200.11 drives into my G4. :P These Seagate drives have lasted longer than my previous Samsungs and the only failed Seagate I have is an ancient SCSI Barracuda.
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